Connecting with students in the online classroom

Connecting with students in the online classroom


One of the biggest hurdles you can face as a teacher is keeping your students engaged and interested. When they’re learning at home, that’s an even more difficult task. Thankfully, there are ways to connect with your students in the online classroom.


Methods and tools to develop future-ready skills


Preparing students for the future is a priority for all teachers. There are many methods and tools to explore, but it’s important to focus on the why behind the choices we make for our students. Let’s discuss the development of future-ready skills:


5 Time-saving strategies for busy teachers


To say that teachers are busy is an understatement. So, to start the year off on the right foot, a fellow teacher ponders why this happens and shares five time-saving tips that all teachers should try to be more organized and make the most out of their time.


6 Essential educational trends to look out for in 2022


Starting a new year is an excellent opportunity to put last year’s lessons into practice and start with a clean slate. This is especially true for using innovative and exciting edtech tools! Here are the six essential educational trends to look out for in 2022:


Our favorite teacher memes for 2021


Being a teacher isn’t easy, and there are many serious moments in the classroom. However, as we’re getting closer to the end of this year, let’s have a little fun with lighthearted teacher memes that pretty much capture what we’ve thought (and said) in 2021. Happy New Year!


How edtech supports teacher work-life balance and wellbeing


Real teacher problems require real solutions and significant changes. One of these changes is implementing edtech that decreases their heavy workload and allows teachers to focus on what is truly important, especially their work-life balance and wellbeing.


6 Digital tools that encourage computational thinking


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: