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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 ›
5 Things to Keep In Mind with Choose Your Own Journey Stories

5 Things to Keep In Mind with Choose Your Own Journey Stories

A little while ago, I published a guide on how to write your own Choose-Your-Own Journey stories. Since that post, I’ve had some time to reflect, and I’ve brainstormed 5 extra ideas that I would add to my original guide. Start small. I’m not sure I said enough of this...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 ›
Executive Functioning Important to Student Success

Executive Functioning Important to Student Success

In her final blog post of the series, educator and author Sarah Kesty shares some valuable tips for educators wanting to teach executive functioning in the classroom. Read on to see how you can bring EF into your classroom and beyond. Where do you go from here? You...Read more ›
Apps That Serve Limited Device Classrooms

Apps That Serve Limited Device Classrooms

My Favorite Limited Device Apps: In my last blog post, I described how limited device teachers have to be proactive problem-expecters focused on access, ease, & efficiency. With those principles in mind, this next post is on the two two apps I’d recommend for...Read more ›