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You aren’t getting rid of this old technology

You aren’t getting rid of this old technology

Ah, the good ole days In 1801, when James Pilans created the first classroom blackboard, a new revolution started. No longer did teachers need to walk from desk to desk to write problems on their students’ slates. This was a game changer… or was it? Teachers,...

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Tips for edtech teachers to create work-life balance

Striking a healthy work-life balance is a challenge for anyone, but for teachers it’s even more so. 3 in 10 teachers leave the profession after their first year and in some States up to 50% of teachers leave within their first 5 years. Why? There are a number of...

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3 essential qualities that make teachers leaders

When we think about school leadership, we often tend to think about the roles administrators play – principals, vice principals, and district administrators. But leadership is about much more than a title on a business card. It’s about how we work, how we relate to...

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How some edtech tools impact school culture

School leaders know that making the transition to student-centered teaching with education technology requires first and foremost a shift in school culture. Culture is the personality of your school. It can feel chaotic and busy, or maybe it feels measured and...

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How to make the most of FETC

Education conferences are so full of exciting learning opportunities that they tend to go by in a flash and FETC in Orlando, Florida is no exception. There are so many great sessions to attend, events check out, and conversations to have that it can be difficult to...

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