Sat.Feb 09, 2019

10 Things Every Teacher Needs To Survive

TeachThought - Learn better.

What a teacher needs depends on the teacher. Emerging learning trends, data management resources, literacy strategies, digital tools, exemplar curriculum models, increased or decreased autonomy, classroom management tips–this is a list that could get long fast. But sometimes it can be those less visible characteristics that can dictate teacher success, which makes the following […]. The post 10 Things Every Teacher Needs To Survive appeared first on TeachThought. Teaching

TAG – You’re It! Feedback That Empowers

CUE

Feedback is critical to what we do as educators – not only for ourselves, but as part of the learning process of the students’ whom we teach.

Google Classroom: The Basics for Teachers and Students

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Since its release awhile ago, Google Classroom has been such a hit in the EdTech world with millions of teachers already incorporating it in their daily instruction.With this widespread use of Google.read more

Six Things Every Tech Coach Should Be Encouraged To Do This Year

TeacherCast

Being an Instructional Tech Coach is never an easy task, but you don't have to do the job alone. There are several places that you can turn to for support. Here are six things we highly recommend Tech Coaches do to support their teachers in 2019.

5 Costly Inventory Management Mistakes Schools Should Avoid

If your school is like most, inventory and/or asset management plays a critical role in daily operations.

Drooling Over Google Draw

EdTechTeam

Now that I have caught your attention with the brilliance of Google Draw, I am hoping to inspire YOU to incorporate more creativity and student expression into your day-to-day classroom with this powerful graphic design tool!

#3quotes from Rogers

Learning with 'e's

Image from Wikimedia Commons Although he originally practised as a psychotherapist, Carl Rogers was intensely interested in education. His 1969 publication Freedom to Learn is now considered a classic of education. It was certainly required reading during my own teacher training.