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Here’s a Preview of August

Ask a Tech Teacher

Here’s a preview of what’s coming up on Ask a Tech Teacher in August: More. Comments are closed but feel free to contact me via Twitter (@askatechteacher). Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-18 technology for 30 years.

CoSN Awards TLE Seal to Rural Virginia District

EdTech Magazine

In June, the Consortium for School Networking announced it had awarded Rockingham County Public Schools, a rural Virginia district, the Trusted Learning Environment Seal.


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Prepare For Fall: Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Blended Learning Self-paced Online Course

Catlin Tucker

Katie Novak and I wrote UDL and Blended Learning: Thriving in Flexible Learning Landscapes to support teachers in developing a mindset, skill set, and toolset nimble enough to traverse any teaching and learning landscape with confidence.

UDL 203

Burnout symptoms increasing among college students

The Hechinger Report

Students returning to college campuses this fall may experience a transition similar to what astronauts go through when they return to Earth after a mission in outer space. The shift can be dramatic, even after a short trip. The longer the mission, the longer it takes to reacclimate.

6 practical tips to help students manage post-pandemic screen use

eSchool News

The coronavirus pandemic presented unprecedented challenges for schools. Teaching became a juggling act. Educators were forced to navigate the never-ending stress of new local, regional, and national rules and the ongoing adaptation of their classrooms. A dizzying amount of flexibility was required.

Teacher licensing rules are one reason small schools don’t have enough teachers

The Hechinger Report

FAIRFIELD, Mont. Maggie Anderson teaches sixth grade at Greenfield School. Her principal, Paul Wilson, thinks she does a great job and is happy to have her.

No Video, No Problem: Flipgrid Has the Answer

Teacher Tech

Flipgrid Without Video “I don’t want to show my face!” Is something educators hear when they challenge their students to make videos and demonstrate their learning and thinking. Not all students or educators feel comfortable having their FACE be the main focus of a video.

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The Next Wave of Edtech Will Be Very, Very Big — and Global


Braced for the next wave of edtech? It will be big. As in global, corporate big. Combine that with some of the dislocations triggered by COVID and students could be in for some radical changes in the tools that help them learn.

Esports Poised to Grow in India with New Partnership


The North American Scholastic Esports Federation is expanding its presence to India by partnering with Eduent Catalysts Pvt. Ltd as their India affiliate


How AI technologies support school safety

eSchool News

The COVID pandemic has changed much about how we live and how we work. Nowhere is this more evident than in our schools – in how we safely teach our students and how our students learn, safely.

Inclusion Is Not Enough: Creating Equity Through a Culture of Dignity

When something dramatic happens, like releasing student achievement scores, there’s often an outcry over educational inequities, and there are statements and calls to action to do better. Most of the time, though, the initial energy dissipates, and nothing changes.

How to Prepare the Perfect Resume for a Teacher

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

If you want to know how to create the perfect resume for a teacher keep reading. Teaching is one of the most rewarding careers out there but your resume is going to need special attention to be more. sponsored posts

What is the Best Reading Help App for Kids?

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

What is the Best Reading Help App for Kids? Reading 15 to 20 minutes each night might have even become part of the routine before children head to bed, and many teachers assign these minutes more. sponsored posts