Free Masterclass: 15 Best G Suite Tools for Schools

Note: G Suite is the new name for Google Drive

15 best tools for Gsuite Users

If you only used 15 tools in Google Docs and Apps, what would they be? Don’t be overwhelmed with all the choices.  I can help. In this free masterclass, which you can access here… I’m going to share my 15 Best G suite tools for Schools and how to use them in the classroom. Join me on […]

#iste2016 Mindsets and Classroom Management for Making and Inventing in Every Classroom

Presentation Resources

Making mindsets

The third panel I’ll be moderating this ISTE is full of some of the best in the business of people who are making and inventing. As with the sketchnoting slides I shared earlier, it will be best to see this in person, but so many of you can’t be here at ISTE 2016 in Denver! […]

Sketchnoting Superstars Panel from #iste2016

Slides and Resources

IST 2016 Sketchnoting Panel

Sketchnoting is a fascination for me. So, ISTE was a dream for me. What if we got some of the best in sketchnoting together to share their secrets and how this applies to education? Well, we submitted and it is happening today!Today, June 29 at 8:30 am at the ISTE 2016 conference, I’ll be moderating […]

Blended Learning Slides and Resources #iste2016

Presentation from the panel Monday, July 27 at 8:30 am

This morning at ISTE Tom Arnett, Jon Bergmann, Mike Gwaltney, Aaron Sams, Stephanie Sandifer, and Jerry Obermyer all did an incredible job discussing blended and flipped learning. Shell Terrell shared the session on Periscope. (watch here) I tried to upload these slides to ISTE, but they only take 5MB of files and this file is […]

Join the Free EdNextGen Conference about Social Emotional Learning

Free this Week! Learn about Social Emotional Learning and the Impact on Kids

Social Emotional Learning is so important. The free online conference going on now put together by Jason and Ceilia Hilkey with experts like Alfie Kohn, Tony Wagner and many more experts on this topic is a must-listen and share. My interview will air on Friday about Using Projects to teach Compassion AND Technology to share how compassion-based […]

The 2016 Student Technology Conference

A conference run by students [Guest Post]

In 2015, Marymount School of New York’s Student Technology Team pose the question: what if students and teachers from around the world could share ideas about using technology in the classroom? As a result, the Student Technology Conference was born. A partnership of Marymount, University School of Milwaukee, Westhampton Middle School and Lauriston Girls’ School, […]

Student App Developers: You Can Do This!

Hosting a Shark Tank with Kids

Students can be app developers. They can program apps. They can pitch their ideas. They can handle defending their dreams. Students can code. Students can create. Those who think students can’t do these things either haven’t tried or have a limited view of themselves as educators. Tomorrow I’m taking three teams of kids up to the […]

DON’T MISS IT: Teachers Leading Teachers Online Conference Starts Thursday

July 16-20, 2015 (Live and Video Recordings Available)

Join the best PD experience of the summer! Teachers Leading Teachers Conference begins on Thursday. I will present Differentiating Instruction with Technology, at 9:30 am EDT Friday. Many amazing educators will be presenting: Kathy Cassidy, Jackie Gerstein, Pernille Ripp, Beth Hammett, Trevor Muir, Diana Gettman Flores, Erin Klein, Nick Provenzano, Starr Stackstein, Michelle Baldwin, and more!! […]

Differentiating Instruction with Technology: A Framework for Success

An edWeb Webinar from the Amazing Resources Community will feature Vicki Davis presenting on April 23, 2015 at 4:00pm EST. This free webinar will include: Tips for making technology use routine and transparent Ensuring technology is accessible for the task at hand Strategies for using technology to support curricular goals Strategies for using technology to […]