Hi, I’m Maddie!
I help teachers implement edtech and project-based learning practices into their classrooms.
I’m an elementary STEM teacher and edtech coach, passionate about project-based learning, education technology, and design thinking.
I started EdTech Classroom to grow in my own professional development as an educator. Now, I share my ideas, research, and wonderings with tens of thousands of teachers and educators online every week.
I’m so happy you’re here, and let’s learn and grow together as 21st century educators.
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Latest from the Blog
Research shows that project-based learning has a profound impact in deepening educational experiences for students. I’ve seen first-hand the power of PBL in the classroom. That being said, when a PBL unit doesn’t achieve its desired outcomes, it can feel overwhelming and challenging to teachers. I know I’ve been there, especially in my early days … Continue Reading Common Challenges of PBL, and How to Avoid Them
Our students have been chatting about the latest viral trends and sounds on TikTok for a couple years now, and I finally decided to see what all the fuss is about. And, perhaps unsurprisingly, I’m loving TikTok. I set up my TikTok account @edtechclass less than a week ago, and I’m already seeing the tremendous … Continue Reading Teacher Tech Tips on TikTok
Mote is a free Chrome extension that allows users to add voice notes to documents and assignments. Mote is a fast, flexible way to give digital feedback – in fact, it’s three times faster to leave a voice comment with Mote than it is to type one! In today’s blog post, I’m sharing how to … Continue Reading How to Use Mote in the Classroom
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