Guest post by Dhonam Pemba @dhonampemba

The past almost two years of the pandemic have not been easy for anyone. Millions of parents are home from work, with schools and pre-schools shut down. …


Hopefully educators have taken some time to relax over the summer and focus on self-care and our wellbeing. To best prepare for a new school year, we must take that time to focus on finding balance in our days and also, making time to explore new ideas and connect with…


A new school year is always the perfect time to look for new ideas and tools to help me get to know my students and provide more authentic and meaningful learning experiences for them. As educators, we are focused on finding methods and tools to help promote the development of…


Over the past school year, educators sought new ideas and digital tools to bring to the classroom to help with transitions between virtual, hybrid, and ​in-person learning. Rather than focus on specific digital tools, I thought of methods that would not be impacted by shifts in our learning environment. …


AI World School has launched a contest for teachers and students in grades 3 through 12. This summer, you can participate in the AI COVID Warrior contest that kicks off in July.

The goal of the contest is to help students and teachers better understand artificial intelligence and how it…


Guest post by Douglas Konopelko, Education Strategist CDW-G , @dkonopelko

Knowing how to assess educational content is a foundational skill, especially because the technical aspects often change in our fast-paced world.

As an educational technology leader, I was often asked to evaluate educational content to help principals, teachers and other…


Guest post by Jessica Belanger, @MrsJBelanger

Politicians, teachers, psychologists, and parents alike are discussing the learning loss occurring during this lost year. Simply put “learning loss” into Google and you can see over 1.12 billion results. The belief that this is a year of lost learning is not only incorrect…


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Guest Post by Dr. Jerod Phillips, Assistant Principal, Magnolia, DE Twitter: @japhillips0722

To say that this has been a school year like no other is an understatement. Now, we are in the season of the school year where educators, regardless of the role, are deciding their…


Guest post by @deidre_roemer Deidre Roemer

Something I have really missed over the last year has been gatherings at the table. I love to cook and bake for family and friends. I love long lingering meals in the backyard and big family dinners. I love family-style meals with my work family in our office. I have…


Everyone in the country is talking about social-emotional learning (SEL), and rightly so. Kids, teachers and parents alike have been challenged to their furthest extent throughout this pandemic and regardless of whether students are in-person, remote or hybrid, we need to find ways to focus on SEL and bring it…

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