Mon.Oct 25, 2021

The Gold Medalist’s Guide for Incorporating Reflection in your Strategic Plan

Education Elements

“The twisties”. Growing up in the competitive cheerleading circuit, I was familiar with the term (and even had a former coach experience them once and never attempt certain gymnastics passes again), but I had never heard the term outside of that space.until this year’s Summer Olympics.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Play a Role in Endpoint Security

EdTech Magazine

Long before the pandemic, K–12 cyberattacks were a serious concern. The shift to remote learning has only increased the danger.

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Using the rule of threes for a technology strategy

eSchool News

As the new school year starts amid fresh uncertainty, educators are grappling with how to navigate what I’ve come to call the “ And Era.” The And Era is not about going only remote or returning to purely in-person experiences, but adopting the best of both.

We know how to help young kids cope with the trauma of the last year — but will we do it?

The Hechinger Report

At the beginning of 2020, Brisandi Ruiz was hopeful about the year ahead. Her two-year-old was enrolled in a high-quality preschool program near their home in Greenbelt, Maryland.

How Should We Approach the Ethical Considerations of AI in K-12 Education?


We live in a world fundamentally transformed by our own creations. Once imagined only in science fiction, artificial intelligence now powers much of the technology we interact with every day—from smart home devices to cognitive assistants to media recommenders.

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Defeat the Digital Divide Helps Bring Reliable Internet Connections to Schools Nationwide

eSchool News

COVINGTON, KY: October 21, 2021 – A new website launched by a collaboration of leading technology experts, STEP CG and Cradlepoint, is providing information and educational resources to help K-12 schools ensure their students have access to the technology they need to succeed.

Schools Can Change, But Only When Leaders Learn How to Listen


Nicole Furlonge is perhaps best at helping us to forget what we think we know about listening and leadership. A professor and director of the Klingenstein Center at the Teachers College Columbia University, Furlonge’s work centers on how to become a better listener, and by extension, a better leader.

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OPINION: Jump in, the water is rising — it’s time to educate students for a sustainable future

The Hechinger Report

We get what we educate for. That’s why it’s time to educate for the future we want: healthy, just and sustainable for ourselves and for generations to come. There are lots of ways to begin.

The 10 Most Educated Countries In The World [Updated 2021]

TeachThought - Learn better.

Here are the top 10 most educated countries in 2021, ranked according to the % of its population with the highest education attainment. The post The 10 Most Educated Countries In The World [Updated 2021] appeared first on TeachThought. Education Equity

Turning data into action during COVID

eSchool News

The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, and that means educators across the globe are still finding inventive and innovative ways to support and teach students in classrooms, during hybrid instruction, and in virtual settings.

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Mental Health Warning Signs to Look Out For This Semester


After many months of uncertainty, students have finally returned to college and university campuses across the country.

Best Free Halloween Lessons and Activities


Bring the scares -- and the learning -- with these Halloween lessons and activities

National Novel Writing Month: Digital Story Contest


In honor of National Novel Writing Month this November, we’re so excited to share that Bronwyn Joyce, creator of the Global Write is hosting a special digital story contest!

What is Tynker and How Does It Work? Best Tips and Tricks


Tynker makes coding easy so kids can learn how to read and write code from a young age

Kindle Math Engagement with Daily Warm-Ups


If you’re looking for a way to engage your students in deep mathematical thinking as soon as they walk into class, give math warm-ups a try. Middle grades teacher Mona Iehl lays out the elements of eye-catching warm-ups and how to make them work for your kids.

Major Tutoring Company VIPKid to End Core Tutoring Program in China

Marketplace K-12

The decision to stop its English tutoring service in China is a response to the Chinese government's crackdown on for-profit tutoring. The post Major Tutoring Company VIPKid to End Core Tutoring Program in China appeared first on Market Brief.

Snowman Bulletin Board Ideas You’ll Melt For

Fractus Learning

Jamf delivers same-day support for macOS Monterey!

Jamf on EdTech

macOS Monterey is here and Jamf is ready for same-day support! Upgrade when you're ready, secure your Mac on a deeper level and feel the power of macOS Monterey


5 Interactive Games to Help Students Explore the World's Cultures

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Google Arts & Culture offers a wide variety of educational resources to help students explore the cultural diversity of the world beyond their classrooms. In a previous post I shared here more. Cultural diversity resources Cultural literacy Google Arts & Culture

Written Realms

Technology Tidbits

Written Realms is an innovative site for finding and creating choose-your-own-adventure style stories. This is done in a very fun RPG type adventure four different classes to choose w/ multiplayer options as well.


Understanding Equitable Access Data


Guest Blog post by Jeremiah Okal-Frink, PhD, Senior Education Strategist – Dell Technologies We have all witnessed the pressure that had been building within our education system to transform the way we prepare students for a drastically different future erupt over the past few years.

Super Teacher Worksheets for Fall and Halloween

Technology Tidbits

Be sure to check out STW for all their Halloween ideas such as: educational games, poems, activities, and more!!! Super Teacher Worksheets is one of the best sites around for finding educational resources on a wide range of subjects.

Two Thrive! Webinars: Libraries Where Students Want to Be | Upgrade Your Brain (for Students)

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

6 Steps to Turn Your Library into a Place Where Students Want to Be! Inspire, Create & Celebrate | with Book Creator Part of the “Survive and Thrive!”

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Technology Tidbits

Tract is a wonderful new site that I just found out about from Richard Byrne's award nominated blog ideal for elementary and middle school aged students.

Vocab Victor Classroom

Technology Tidbits

Vocab Victor the innovative mobile (iOS/Android) app for building vocabulary words/skills just released a major update for educators, their digital "classroom".


Technology Tidbits

Otus is an ideal tool for Remote Learning w/ schools being closed. Their learning platform makes it easy for educators to build dynamic engaging lessons, deliver instruction, and then assess student learning.

Storyboard That for Halloween

Technology Tidbits

Storyboard That the wonderful resource that educators everywhere are using for a variety of educational purposes (i.e. timelines, digital storytelling, project based learning, etc), has just release their latest bundle for Halloween.