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Help Your Students Fact-Check the Web Like Professionals


From viral memes to so-called fake news, the web is overflowing with information -- true, false, and everything in between. Here's one tip to help your students use the web effectively as a fact-checking tool: Don't just read dow…

6 Ways to Help Your Kids Stop Multitasking During Homework


Are your kids multitasking during homework? Here are six tips to help them focus on one activity at a time.

How Does Social Media Impact Students?


Once you post something online, it's permanent. Yet many students don't realize the reality and repercussions of this fact. Hear an assistant principal describe the importance of students learning how posting things online not on…

Why Is Teaching Online Safety Important?


Hear perspectives from a principal, a technology teacher, and a school counselor about online safety challenges their school has faced (such as students sharing private information) and why they believe teaching about online safe…

Introduction to 21st-Century Learning with Helen Soule


Hear from Helen Soule, executive director of the Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21), on how education technology is an essential part of the four C's (communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking) and wh…

How to Introduce Students to Coding with Mozilla's X-Ray Goggles


Learn how Mozilla's X-Ray Goggles browser extension can make learning to code more engaging. Any student can benefit from learning at least a little bit about code, but for many students just getting started, coding can be …

Simple Ways Teachers Can Protect Students' Data Privacy


Privacy can be a complex, intimidating topic. But there are some steps any teacher can take to better protect their students' data when using online tools. Make these simple privacy and security checks a habit whenever you …

Dealing with Digital Distraction in the Classroom


Digital devices put the world at our students' fingertips, whether with their own cell phones or with school-provided computers and tablets. But along with opportunities for powerful learning come the risks -- and realities…

EdTech Showdown: Educreations vs. Explain Everything


When it comes to interactive whiteboard and screencasting apps, there are a lot of options for teachers and students. Here's a quick, side-by-side comparison of two popular options: Educreations and Explain Everything.

ABCya! Teacher Tour


In the educational games world, ABCya is a titan. But does that mean it's great for learning?'s complicated. While ABCya has a ton of games for elementary schoolers, the games don't offer deep learning. Moreover, there …

The Importance of Being Flexible When Teaching with Tech


The W-Fi is slow! The tablet won't download the app! As a teacher, you probably always have a plan B. And when using edtech, having a plan B is even more important. Hear one teacher's thoughts on how to roll with the punche…

Why Including Student Voices Is Important


Teachers know the importance of sharing students' voices with the world. Hear how one teacher empowers her students to share their voices.

Why Encouraging Active Viewing Is Important


When showing videos to students, how do you help them pay attention? Active viewing is a strategy that any teacher can use to help students get the most understanding out of videos. Hear how one teacher describes it.

How to Empower Students with Technology


Students love to share what they know! Teachers can draw on their students' expertise with educational technology. Hear how one teacher does it.

How to Find Great Videos for Students


How do you find great videos for your students? Hear one teacher's tips on selecting quality and engaging videos.