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Edutopia’s Take on Preparing for Next Year

Edutopia’s Take on Preparing for Next Year

As we wrap up our fast and furious dive into distance learning, we might be trying to find clarity and organization for our adventure into the 2020-21 school year.  Though we don’t know what it will exactly look like, we do know there will be a combination of...
This week’s  Snippets

This week’s Snippets

Yes, Elementary and Secondary Snippets to keep educators on their toes about tech tool tips and tricks, need to know curriculum updates, and more! Thank you, Stephanie, for keeping Elementary in the know with the CIA Times Snippet this week! Also, check out...
The Time is Now for the Creative Communicator

The Time is Now for the Creative Communicator

Once thought of as a unique way for teachers to increase engagement and amplify learning with their students, is now quickly becoming the norm for staying connected, while keeping our social distances in check.  At the beginning of the month, Open Doors to Tech...
City X Project

City X Project

A FREE toolkit to design your own classroom Make-a-thon! What do you mean, Make-A-Thon?  A “Make-A-Thon” is used to describe a project based activity in which groups of students work collaboratively and creatively to help solve a problem, with the use of...
First Grade Coders Learn More Than Just Coding

First Grade Coders Learn More Than Just Coding

First Graders coding? You bet!  After Sage Elementary first grade teacher, Lisa Clark, was inspired by Joel Bleakney’s (RELC Teacher and Tech Leader),  Bee Bot Session at TechFest in October, she decided to get her students excited about learning concepts for...