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Teacher Mental Health: Digital Detox

This is not a typical teacher post. However, with the huge push towards digital “everything” as a result of the pandemic, I imagine other teachers are also feeling what I have been feeling lately. I have begun to question my digital media consumption. I’ve come to the realization that while I love technology and social media, it really isn’t healthy in the amounts that many of us consume it.

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3 Reasons Why You Need a Teacher Google Site

Your site can serve as a central hub for ALL things related to you and your teaching. You can link your site on your learning management platform, at the footer of your email, in Dojo, on class social media pages… really anywhere! Here are three reasons why you need a Google Site!

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How to Create a Fun Computer Desktop Organizer

I don’t know about you, but my computer’s desktop can quickly become a big, cluttered mess. Random screenshots, files I haven’t put anywhere yet, stuff I’ve been meaning to get to but forget about…My solution? I designed a custom desktop template!

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Google Classroom Basics for Teachers: Post #2

How to Assign, Collect, and Grade Student Work in Google Classroom Google Classroom can be an excellent platform for virtual learning with your students. It does take some getting used to, as it’s not the most intuitive system out there. With a little bit of practice, though, you can master

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Digital Student Portfolio

A Digital Project for the End of the School Year

The end of the school year is a special time to reflect on growth, friendships that were made, and wonderful moments that were shared. It can be hard to connect with students during distance learning, but this paperless assignment will remind students of the amazing year that you spent together.

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