Implementing VR for Learning / 52 Inspirational Quotes / Pre-K Roombas

June 10th, 2018

Implementing VR
If you haven’t implemented VR in your classroom yet these ideas will help. Then it’s 52 inspirational teacher quotes and using a Roomba in your pre-k class. On to saving time with your smartphone, edtech journals you should read, things not to say to students, a John Maxwell quote, and a very hot Guinness World Record.

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Performance & Rest Time / Best Ed Podcasts / Your Brain on Reading

June 9th, 2018

Rest TIme
Are you engaging in enough rest time to produce top performance? Then it’s the best educational podcasts and your brain on reading. On to Instagram’s best practices, emotional intelligence and Steve Jobs, responding to angry people, a grades vs. learning quote, and a motion capture suit from Jurassic World.

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Skills Learned Coding / Digital Classroom Elements / Sharing Student Work

June 7th, 2018

Skills Learned Coding
Start with a list of all the things kids learn when they learn to code. Then it’s the elements of a digital classroom and a better way to share student work. On to Tim Cook on data tracking, the minimum wage over time, how to end a presentation, a Lolly Daskal quote, and the physics of skateboarding.

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Elephants in the Classroom / Ditch the Clips / Better Sleep Tips

June 6th, 2018

Elephants in Class
See if any of these ‘nine elephants’ are in your classroom. Then it’s ditching the clips in kindergarten and tips for better sleeping. On to Facebook’s teachable moment, podcasts in class, the cure for a sucky life, a be the voice quote, and an affordable microdrone.

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How To Bake ∏: An Edible Exploration of the Mathematics of Mathematics by Eugenia Cheng

June 5th, 2018
How to Bake Pie

How To Bake ∏: An Edible Exploration of the Mathematics of Mathematics by Eugenia Cheng uses classic baking recipes to illuminate many math concepts. It helps take math into the real world as it helps to make some math seem easier to its readers. At the very least, it should find its way into the hands of every math teacher and serious math students.

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