Boosting Student Collaboration in the Classroom

Edtech webinar February 2023 Hello Teachers! Student collaboration in the classroom is important and often thought of as big group projects, but that’s not necessarily the case. Collaborative learning can happen over the course of one minute, one month, one semester, or anything in between. This month’s webinar addresses:

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How Can Teachers Use ChatGPT in the Classroom?

ChatGPT is a powerful language model that is quickly gaining popularity among educators. Let’s explore how teachers can use ChatGPT to enhance the classroom experience for both teachers and students. We’ll start by discussing what ChatGPT is and how it can be used in the classroom. Then, we’ll address concerns about the potential negative impact…

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Unlock Creativity & Passion: The Power of Genius Hour in the Classroom

As educators, we often get caught up in teaching to the standards and forget that our students are unique individuals with their own interests and passions. Genius Hour, also known as Passion Time, Passion Pursuit, or Project Inspiration, is a strategy that allows students to explore their own interests while still meeting academic standards.

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Teacher Training Webinar Jan 2023: Genius Hour

Edtech webinar January 2023 Hello Teachers! The new semester is upon us and it is always helpful to refocus our learning standards after the new year. Watch our Genius Hour Webinar where we discuss how to implement the practice into your curriculum as well as share some examples that will help you get started. Resources…

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Digital Citizenship: Responsibility in the Age of Technology

Edtech webinar DEC 2022 Hello Teachers! We live in an age where digital use and learning is at an all time high. We believe it’s important to understand and teach students how to responsibly, safely and thoughtfully use technology. This month’s webinar addresses:

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What’s the Difference Between a Digital Learning Platform, Ebook & Etext?

As educators, we hear a lot of terms in our digital day-to-day world, and it can be easy to confuse them because we don’t have a good understanding of what they mean. Terms like digital learning platform, online learning environment, learning management system, ebook, etext, and more often get used interchangeably, making it difficult to…

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Best Practices to Boost Your School’s Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity should be a top priority for schools, especially with remote learning being part of the norm in so many schools and classrooms these days. Being online more also means being susceptible to more cyberattacks. But with some best practices in place, students, teachers, and schools can be kept as safe and secure as possible.…

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3 Quick Tips to Avoid Tech Fatigue in the Digital Classroom

Digital learning can cause teachers, students, and even parents to all experience some kind of tech fatigue. Now that school is back in full swing again, whether online, in the classroom, or using a blended learning approach, we could all use some ideas on how to take a break from the screen throughout the day.…

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6 Phase Cycle of Success for Ebook Implementation

Phase 1: Curriculum Specialist Meeting Your dedicated EdTech Relations General Manger (RGM) will arrange all the necessary details between the publishers and your school including onboarding, curriculum discovery and publisher relations, so you don’t have to. Phase 2: Implementation Plan Your EdTech RGM will be the project manager for your school throughout the entire implementation…

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9 Elements of Digital Citizenship to Teach Your Students

What is digital citizenship? It refers to the responsible use and safety best practices of technology by anyone who uses computers, the internet, and other digital devices. In a world where students are digital natives and don’t know life without technology –especially in a school environment –it’s important now more than ever to teach them…

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