Category Archives: Blog

Roxie Munro on Gamification and the VALUE of Visuals

Roxie Munro on Gamification and the VALUE of Visuals For the last few years, almost every Thursday the Facebook Group E.A.T. (Educational App Talk) group has had a special event: EduAppTalk chat. Participants are teachers, educators, parents, authors, developers, and publishers. I am the director of E.A.T. and schedule all of the hosts for these chats along…
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Screen Time And Kids

Screen Time And Kids Screen time. In today’s connected world, there are more and more reasons to experience screen time. Screens are so prevalent, it’s hard to avoid them altogether. Having children only complicates the matter—do you find yourself wondering what the right amount of screen time for kids is? Your children are likely living…
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Powerful Females in Education

Powerful Females in Education Every woman in education is powerful. Being a teacher requires so much strength in a time when most educational systems are underfunded and often underappreciated. Still, these eight women continue to change the lives of their students. They're shaping the future, and they should be lauded this Women's History Month and…
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How We Can Empower Girls in STEAM

How We Can Empower Girls in STEAM STEAM, which stands for science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics, is a growing field that is ensuring new graduates entering the workforce for the first time have all the skills they need to succeed in an ever-growing and consistently changing industry. This education is equally important for both…
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Why Your School Needs Really Good Stuff’s Digital Learning Collection

Why Your School Needs Really Good Stuff's Digital Learning Collection - Now more than ever we need to be committed to not just screentime and content, we need to be involved in what the activities on the screen entail. Really Good Stuff Digital Learning Collection can assist teachers in getting actively involved in what their…
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Latent Learning: What It Is and How to Use It in the Classroom

  Latent Learning: What It Is and How to Use It in the Classroom As a teacher, one of the biggest assets you can have is an understanding of all the different ways people gather and retain knowledge. Some of it you learn from experiences — we all know how great it this when kids’…
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How to Teach Children How to Launch a Website

How to Teach Children How to Launch a Website Today, our world is dominated by technology, and children have more opportunity than ever to get involved in the online world. In the past, we discussed how teachers could teach the art of blogging, but you can take your efforts a step further. and one way…
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11 Fun and Affordable Sensory Play Ideas for Teachers and Parents

Bouncy, Noisy, Squishy, and Yummy: 11 Fun and Affordable Sensory Play Ideas for Teachers and Parents Learning should never be boring, and the best teachers know how to make their lessons fun. This is one of the very reasons why teachers are embracing sensory play in their classrooms. Sensory play is full of fun and…
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