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Student Vlogs in the Classroom: Elementary Example

This elementary student connects learning from their reading by recording and sharing a video in a vlog post on YouTube. Innovative students connect...

Screencastify Lite: A Student Explains How to Record Gameplay

This tutorial of Screencastify Lite was created by a student and gives the highlights of the Chrome web extension and how they use it to record and...

Creating a Great Infographics Lesson Plan

New York Times, Learning Network: The beauty of infographics is that they allow for flexibility and personalization for the learners in your...

Growing an Audience on YouTube

Building a community on YouTube is strategic. Learn from certified YouTubers how they build subscribers and create a following of viewers. When...

Creating a YouTube Channel for your Classroom

YouTube is designed so you can create multiple channels under a single account. This is perfect if you teach multiple classes during the day and...

Individualized vs Personalized Learning?

In this article, Amanda Morin shares her insights into the difference between individualized learning and personalized learning, and outlines the...

Personalization vs. Differentiation vs. Individualization

Whew!  That is a lot of "tion"s up there!  How do these three strategies differ?  Bray and McClaskey have streamlined what the...

Backchannel and Informal Assessment Tool Comparison

Technology has made backchannels and informal assessment tools extremely assessible and engaging for the classroom teacher today.  Richard Byrne...

Innovative Learners 8 Opportunities

The word "innovative" is quickly becoming a buzz word in education, but what does it mean to be an Innovative Learner?  The formal and informal...

An Introduction to Technology Integration

Why technology?  Students of today are creating using digital tools, not analog.  Learning is being connected and extended with the advance of...

ThingLink: An Introduction

ThingLink is a little hard to say, but it isn't hard to use. You might be wondering what exactly ThingLink is, so this video will give you an idea....

Why Skype in the Classroom?

The idea of using a live broadcasting software like Skype can be very intimidating. However, this is a tool that can help teachers break the chains...

Skype: How Do I Do It?

The idea of using a live broadcasting software like Skype can be very intimidating. However, this is a tool that can help teachers break the chains...

Microsoft Sway: Presentations and Stories

Microsoft Sway is an awesome way for students to get busy creating and sharing! Think of Sway as a way to create interactive presentations, reports,...

OneNote: Classroom Notebook Creator

If you love OneNote you probably already know about some of the great uses of this powerful tool. However, are you using it with your students?...

What Should My Students Blog About?

Looking for some examples of how students might use blogs to help demonstrate their mastery? Do you think it is necessary for all students to write...

Using VoiceThread in Your Classroom

VoiceThread is a powerful tool that can help students in many ways.  Teachers can use it to deliver lessons, use it as a form of assessment, or have...

What is VoiceThreading?

Our communication is becoming more and more convenient and more and more rooted in technology.  VoiceThread is a digital tool that teachers and...

VoiceThread: Success for All Students

Need ideas on how to use VoiceThread with your students? This downloadable PDF article from Technology for Teaching and Learning has some great...

iNACOL Online Interactions for Students

Online interactions is a central component to digital learning.  The International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) has established a...