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Creating a Comfortable Learning Environment with Lärmampel App


As a teacher, one of the most important aspects of your job is providing a comfortable and conducive learning environment for your students. However, this can often be challenging, especially when the classroom noise level becomes too high. This is where Lärmampel comes in.

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Guest Blogging on Deeper Learning at Aurora Institute's CompetencyWorks

Adam Watson Edtech Elixirs

Another short Edtech Elixirs entry with a publishing announcement! I have written a two part series for Aurora Institute 's CompetencyWorks blog.

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7 Reasons Why HR Software is Important in the Educational Sector


Human resource is a part of business management that cannot be underestimated. How well it is handled determines how successful a business will be. The educational sector is not left out in the quest for good HR management.

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Best Valentine's Day Gifts for Kids – Ideas to Make Them Smile

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Are you looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your child? Whether they are a tech-savvy teen or a creative toddler, there is something out there that will make them smile this holiday.

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LIVE DEMO: Using PowerPoint to Create Compelling Presentations for Virtual Training

Speaker: Richard Goring, Director at BrightCarbon

In this webinar you will get a live demo on how to create unique, dynamic, and engaging powerpoints.

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What is a #CoffeeEDU

Teacher Tech with Alice Keeler

Host a CoffeeEDU! It is supposed to be fun and easy. If it’s not fun and easy you’re doing it wrong. ?? If you’re wondering what is a CoffeeEDU here you go: 1 Hour Exactly I am going to lead with this. The key to a #CoffeeEDU is that it is EXACTLY one hour to.

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Engage Students Using Psychology Principles


Intentionally introducing humor, curiosity, enthusiasm, and optimism into each class is a low-tech, high-impact method to build resilience and attention. Stephanie Farley shares ways she’s engaged middle schoolers with elements like (live!) rolling mice and kid-made symbols. The post Engage Students Using Psychology Principles first appeared on MiddleWeb.