LiveBinders – Online Organization

Tweet Melissa Edwards is back to tell us about LiveBinders.  What’s more is she has provided a list of binders to use!  Thanks Melissa!  Be sure to follow her on Twitter @mwedwards.  She is a great resource for your PLN! ~EMP When I was a classroom teacher, I had a 3 ring binder for EVERYTHING! […]

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Edu Blogger's Balancing Act – Powered by Passion

How did I get here? I wonder that every so often as I find myself writing and checking posts, emails, tweets and DMs late into the night… typing, typing, typing. My desk is a mess and my head needs to clear, but there is still a smile on my face. Why? Because I’m following my professional heart and doing what I’m passionate about. I teach, I learn, I inspire – I’m an educator in the 21st century!

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Technology Every Day

Tweet Today, I am happy to bring you Cathy Brophy: a great friend, former colleague and important member of my PLN.  Her approach to being Tech Integrator is that of service to the teachers and in turn to the students.  She wants teachers to find a comfort with technology so that they use it as […]

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Social Media and the Classroom

Tweet What a hot topic this is! Do you friend students on Facebook? Do you follow them on Twitter? Do you use social media to communicate with students and families? Do you even want to go there?  Some teachers do not and others say that friending students online is a natural extension of their job […]

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Why use technology in education?

Tweet Here is a great post by Melissa Edwards.  I find this dillema to be so true: teachers are asked to use a tech tool and to make it fit with what they’re teaching. Or a teacher may find a cool tool and in wanting so much to try it, they find a way to […]

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A Special Educator’s Philosophy on the Importance of Educational Technology

Tweet Today’s guest blogger, Meg Wilson, comes to us with  a background in special education.  She has seen what opportunities technology can provide for all students.  Be sure to check out Meg’s website, www.ipodsibilities.com.  ~EMP Education today is changing with the help of technology. Students now have access to tools that allow them to enhance […]

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Tech as a Tool for Teacher Collaboration

Tweet Part of teaching is sharing your knowledge and experiences. We can’t forget that. You may have heard people say, “Teachers should not teach in isolation.” (This couldn’t be farther from the truth for me as I teach in a modified open concept school. I am the opposite of isolation!) Opening your doors to your […]

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34 Free Productivity Tools That Will Help You Eliminate Expensive Software

Tweet It is exciting to be bringing you many fantastic guest bloggers for this series.  Today’s guest post is from Kelly Tenkely, the host of http://ilearntechnology.com.  She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience.  Here she will introduce 34 – yes, 34 – great tools that are available FREE on the internet.  And they can […]

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Technology in the Classroom – A New Series is Beginning!

Tweet This month, our focus at The Inspired Classroom will be on technology in the classroom.  Technology is a vital part of our world.  We use it in our homes, in the work place and in our schools.  But in order for us to use technology properly, we need to understand it and the opportunities […]

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