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Sunday 7 Series – Supporting students in new ways

Supporting student-teacher communication  There are many ways to support student-teacher communication in classrooms. Giving students space to communicate privately. Helping students verbalize their thinking. Providing one-on-one instruction. Is it just us, or are these things all educators hope to do in their classrooms? Fortunately, all of these best practices can be handled with [...]

February 6th, 2021|Tags: , , |

Sunday 7 Series – I’d like to see you in my Office

I’d like to see you in my Office Most of us think of getting called to the Office as a bad thing. Not so with Kathi Kersznowski’s new video series, called I’d like to see you in my Office. Actually, apps that integrate with Office are super helpful for [...]

February 3rd, 2021|Tags: , , |

Sunday 7 Series – Finding a better way 

Finding a better way  How many times do we realize it takes too many steps and too many minutes to finish something in our lives? Like getting a toddler ready to leave the house! Sometimes the little things that suck our energy add up to a lot of frustration. We [...]

Microsoft Teams Preparing for Remote Learning

In the early spring of 2020, the Career and Technical Education department at Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) was scrambling. Like the rest of the world, LAUSD was working on how to provide quality education in an entirely different way. We had the opportunity to support the district [...]

December 21st, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Five tips for successful remote learning with elementary students

Last school year I was serving as an EdTech Specialist for D.C Public Schools (DCPS). The Covid-19 pandemic struck, and my role became more important than ever. We moved to and worked for successful remote learning. I never imagined the impact that tools like Microsoft Teams and OneNote Class [...]

October 5th, 2020|Tags: , , |

Remote Learning Is Here to Stay: Staying Motivated is the Key to Your Success

By Hayden Goldberg, Sophomore at the University of Washington  Like most students, I spent spring quarter participating in remote learning. Previously, I talked about the strategies I used going into quarter, and what my transition was like. I found both quarters to be a positive experience, thanks to a number [...]

September 9th, 2020|Tags: , , , , |
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