An Open Letter to Tech-Fearing Teachers Everywhere

Tweet You are certain to enjoy today’s guest post from Neven Jurkovic.  He has written a letter for all tech-fearing teachers and has done so in a positive and motivating way.  So, for today’s post in this month’s tech series, consider how you might use his ideas and words to coax a colleague or even […]

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5 Great YouTube Channels for Teachers

Tweet  We are kicking off the month’s series of techy posts with this great one by a guest blogger who writes about YouTube channels you will want to have at your fingertips.  Enjoy!  ~EMP YouTube is a fantastic resource for educators and students alike. There are hundreds of thousands of videos that teach you just […]

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Social Media and Video Games: the New Textbooks

Tweet Today’s guest post is an interesting point of view about how social media (SM) and video games can help teachers and students.  Of course, we at The Inspired Classroom believe firmly in making sure students of all ages are online and gaming with parental supervision and are monitored so that their screen time is […]

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Educational Tablet Apps Fit for a Classroom

Tweet The theme of tech seems to be reoccurring these weeks and why not?  There are so many great resources out there for teachers to use.  Here’s a guest post that focuses on apps that may work for you.  Try them out and tell us what you think of them.  ~EMP The tablet is a […]

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Progressive Tech Skills For The Classroom

Tweet Our guest post today is from Jenna Smith who reminds us of some important technology skills students need. Sometimes we overlook the basics (word processing) or ignore what we think students already have a handle on (social media), but it’s becoming our responsibility to take these on.  ~EMP Since so many jobs incorporate technology, […]

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5 of the Best Online Learning Resources

Tweet With trillions of websites on the Internet, there are a lot of educational resources floating around out there that you may have never heard of. Whether you want to learn about the Civil War or get the answer to a  complicated math problem, there’s probably a resource out there that can help you. Since […]

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Students Find Success Blogging Online

Tweet These last few weeks have proven to be an exciting opportunity for my students.  Overall, they LOVE blogging.  Whether they have stuck to completing only the writing assignments I’ve given them or have posted multiple posts on their own, each student has proven to themselves (and to me) that they can write quality work […]

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Getting Students Blogging Online – a rundown of blogging features

Tweet The next step to getting students to blog after showing them the process with paper blogs and assuring students’ safety online is to get them onto their own blog!  I am using Kidblog.org.  Many of my PLN use this as well.  It is proven to be a safe site, is teacher friendly and can […]

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Computer Literacy is as Important for Students as it is for Teachers

Tweet Today, we bring you a guest post from Elaine Hirsch.  Here she discusses the importance of teacher training in technology and the importance of making sure tech training is in the schools for students too. ~EMP The Indiana Department of Education recently reported a series of Classroom Innovation Grants from state businesses designed to […]

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