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5 Tech tools every student should have

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Many students struggle with tech and computer literacy due to a lack of proper guidance and equitable access to technology. They need supervised and guided access as they will eventually need quality tech and computer skills as they enter the workforce. Check out the five tech tools every student should have:

7 Digital tools for student engagement across all grade levels
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7 Digital tools for student engagement across all grade levels

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To engage students, teachers need tools that work well regardless of where learning happens — hybrid, virtual or in-person. Here is a list of digital tools for student engagement across all grade levels, curated by teacher and author Rachelle Dene Poth:

7 Digital tools for project-based learning
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7 Digital tools for project-based learning

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Project-based learning is the best excuse to use more digital tools in the classroom and have students experience real-life learning opportunities. Here are 7 digital tools for project-based learning to enhance student motivation and help them develop 21-century skills:

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6 Digital tools that encourage computational thinking

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Computational thinking is an innovative approach that helps students navigate the digital world, turning them from consumers to content creators. Here are six tools that teachers can use to encourage computational thinking in their classrooms:

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12 Tools to explore during Computer Science Week

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Computer Science Week is a great opportunity to engage your students in more independent, hands-on learning and spark curiosity for learning how to code. Here are twelve tools to help you make this happen:

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8 Digital tools for engaging classroom presentations

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Integrating presentations in teaching is an accessible way to bring technology to the classroom and are also easy to integrate into any type of lesson and teaching style, so let’s explore eight tools that help teachers create more engaging classroom presentations:

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4 Exciting edtech tools teachers need to try this school year

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Having an edtech plan for the new school year is great! However, as the year progresses, you might find the need to switch things up a bit and try something new. These four suggestions work for any grade level and make classes engaging, fun, and informative.

4 Digital tools for creating animated videos for students
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4 Digital tools for creating animated videos for students

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Animated videos can be used in every type of class and for any kind of topic. Whether you design animated videos for your students or encourage them to make videos themselves, you need to know what to use. Here are four digital tools for creating animated videos:

Digital reflection tools your students can use in class
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Digital reflection tools your students can use in class

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Students need reflective practice as a norm in their learning process, and teachers have to guide them through the stages of self-discovery for deep learning and retention. Reflection can also be done with the assistance of digital tools, so here are a few digital reflection tools for your students:

6 Digital tools that help teachers create effective rubrics
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6 Digital tools that help teachers create effective rubrics

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Rubrics are indispensable tools for a teacher, making grading time-efficient, objective and reliable. They also come with benefits for the students in terms of clear expectations and realistic performance analysis. Here are six digital tools for creating effective rubrics:

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