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  1. Eduporium Featured Educator: Vanessa Haddad

    Eduporium Featured Educator: Vanessa Haddad
    Vanessa has found creative ways to leverage various types of technology in her instruction when working with college students and certainly found that providing students with these hands-on experiences has helped them develop real-world skills through their experiences. Read on to find out more of what’s worked for her!
  2. Eduporium Weekly | Remote Ed: Synchronous or Asynchronous?

    Eduporium Weekly | Remote Ed: Synchronous or Asynchronous?
    Synchronous and asynchronous learning have each become important topics throughout various education communities and the subtle features of each are valuable for today’s educators to know. If you're moving back and forth about which method to use or find yourself switching regularly, read on to learn more.
  3. Rising Resources | HistoryMaker VR

    Rising Resources | HistoryMaker VR
    History might not be the favorite subject of some students, but combining it with learning experiences in VR could help make it more intriguing! There are a lot of virtual reality-based learning tools available to educators now and, in this latest Rising Recourses post, we’re going to tell you about another one that's called HistoryMaker VR.
  4. Eduporium Weekly | 5 New EdTech Tools On Our Store

    Eduporium Weekly | 5 New EdTech Tools On Our Store
    Our one-stop EdTech shopping experience is a favorite among educators and our Educator Discount on technology and free quoting help make it easier on educators to obtain STEM tools from various manufacturers and STEM disciplines in one place. So, what’s among the newest offerings we’re providing for in-person, remote, or hybrid learning?  
  5. Rising Resources | StrongMinded SEL

    Rising Resources | StrongMinded SEL
    The importance of SEL is highly touted and many educational leaders have created positions within their schools or districts to ensure that all students are appropriately managing and processing their emotions. So, for this week’s Rising Resources post, we decided to take a look at an online social-emotional learning resource known as StrongMinded.
  6. Rising Resources | Flippity Flashcards

    Rising Resources | Flippity Flashcards
    Flippity is an online tool teachers can use to easily turn a Google spreadsheet into a set of online flashcards and other useful tools. Whether you’re in need of some flashcards to help students study, want to turn content into a game show studying tool hybrid, or even help kids learn through board games.
  7. Getting Started with EdTech in Pre-K and Kindergarten

    Getting Started with EdTech in Pre-K and Kindergarten
    There are actually some great early education technologies students can use to practice problem solving, engineering, math, and even coding in Pre-K or kindergarten. Whether it's engaging them more successfully or actually introducing them to experiences, like coding, the right tech tools have a place in Early Ed. Here are some of our favorites!
  8. Rising Resources | Planboard for Teachers

    Rising Resources | Planboard for Teachers
    There are so many different web tools and learning management systems and it’s really all about figuring out what works in your situation and being able to get into a routine. So, for this week’s Rising Resources post, we thought we’d explore a tool that can help teachers save some time and maximize planning. Keep reading to learn more about Planboard.
  9. Rising Resources | Quizlet Live Assessment Game

    Rising Resources | Quizlet Live Assessment Game
    Quizlet Live is a collaborative classroom game that students can play together from their own devices. They can use the platform while together in the same classroom or studying from home -- perfect for those who are involved in hybrid and remote learning this school year -- as they work together to better ensure mastery of key content.
  10. Eduporium Featured Educator: Jeremy Osborne

    Eduporium Featured Educator: Jeremy Osborne
    This month, we’ve heard from Jeremy Osborne, who’s the Innovative Learning Coordinator for the Berkeley County School District. With a background as an elementary STEM teacher, Jeremy knows all about the kinds of hands-on learning experiences kids want and need and he’s now very much involved in ensuring all students have access to those. 

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