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How VideoAnt Can Help You Through Distance Learning

How VideoAnt Can Help You Through Distance Learning

VideoAnt: The Replacement for VideoNot.es A few months ago, the EdTech world lost a really powerful app called VideoNot.es. If you’re unsure of what it was — or are in mourning for its departure– VideoNot.es was a free video annotation app that allowed...Read more ›
Remote Learning Takes Stage Amidst Coronavirus Concerns

Remote Learning Takes Stage Amidst Coronavirus Concerns

Distance – or remote – learning has recently been brought to the forefront of the education world in the weeks following news of a novel coronavirus outbreak across the United States and the rest of the globe. As districts and schools keep a watchful eye...Read more ›
The Sick Teacher’s Tech Toolkit

The Sick Teacher’s Tech Toolkit

As fall gets into full swing, teachers know that it’s also time for another season to start hitting hard: the flu. We know our students are sick, coughing, blowing noses, or calling in absent, and inevitably, we’ll be sick right along with them. You’ll hear a lot of...Read more ›
8+ tips for Ensuring Success for Your Flipped Classroom

8+ tips for Ensuring Success for Your Flipped Classroom

Starting to teach in a flipped classroom environment can be daunting. Here are tips to help it succeed from start to finish. Every teacher that chooses to flip his/her classroom has different reasons. Mine? I wanted more time with students face-to-face. On its face...Read more ›
Students Grow with Formative Assessment

Students Grow with Formative Assessment

Formative assessment is the ongoing process of evaluating student learning. Unlike it’s formalized, standardized testing counterpart, formative assessments are not used for grading but are focused on providing students opportunities to monitor their own learning...Read more ›