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How Teachers Can Integrate Technology in the Classroom

Nina W. Nina W. April 17, 2019

You’ve likely been reading about the importance of understanding and implementing technology into your classroom in an increasingly digital world, but trying to figure out how to integrate technology into the classroom can be a daunting task. With so much new technology and so many constantly changing edtech trends, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out where to start, especially for those of us who are less tech savvy. But do not fret! There are many ways to integrate technology into your classroom with ease, such as:

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Posted in Learning, Technology, edtech, Chromebooks in the Classroom, Teacher ideas

ClassLink and GoGuardian Partner to Deliver a Seamless Way to Access Device Management Tools

GoGuardian Newsroom GoGuardian Newsroom April 02, 2019

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9 Unique Ways to use Technology in the Classroom

Nina W. Nina W. March 11, 2019

Finding creative ways to use technology in the classroom can both make your life easier as a teacher and boost student excitement levels and engagement with lessons. From helping with communication among teachers and students (as well as peer-to-peer), to organizing curriculum calendars, to enhancing presentations and lessons with media and visuals, there is no limit to the ways to use technology in the classroom to create an enriched learning environment. If you’re looking for ideas of exactly how to use technology in the classroom to enhance learning, some examples include:
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Posted in Differentiated instruction, classroom management, edtech, Chromebooks in the Classroom, Digital Citizenship, Media Literacy, Whole Child, Teaching, Teacher ideas, trends, learning games

Learning Style Assessments: Are They Valuable?

Lydia Winn Samuels Lydia Winn Samuels March 05, 2019

(There's a pigeon-hole joke here somewhere...get it? Bueller? Pigeons...in holes...heh-heh-heh)

What good are learning style assessments?

Google “learning style quiz” and you’ll find 165 million results. Even if you aren’t familiar with the term, you may have taken a quiz at one point that determined if you were a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic type of learner. Or maybe you found out if you were an impulsive/reflective learner, or a holistic/analytical learner.

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Beacon, A Year In The Making - A Letter From Our Chief Product Officer

Tyler Shaddix Tyler Shaddix February 25, 2019

Hello all:

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Posted in Suicide Prevention, edtech, Internet Safety For Kids, Internet Safety, Child Safety and Protections Month, 2019
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