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I’m a K-5 STEM teacher and edtech coach. I help teachers implement technology in their classrooms. I am passionate about education technology, project-based learning, and innovative learning models.

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Teacher Spring Cleaning: How to Organize Your Google Drive

Digital organization is tricky! It’s hard to stay organized online. In today’s blog post, I’m sharing 5 different tips for how to organize your Google Drive. TIP #1: Use naming conventions I’ve been guilty of naming files “Math Lesson Plan” or “Multiplication Doc” – and the reality is that neither of those titles are helpful. … Continue Reading Teacher Spring Cleaning: How to Organize Your Google Drive

EdTech Tool of the Week (5/5/21)

Code.org is a nonprofit that works to increase access to computer science education in schools across the world. More specifically, code.org is dedicated to increasing participation of young women and students from other underrepresented groups. Code.org is perhaps the most well-known for their annual Hour of Code campaign, engaging students across the world during Computer … Continue Reading EdTech Tool of the Week (5/5/21)

Episode 41: Empowered Learners, Global Educators, and Meaningful Learning with Nishat Firdous Jehan Ali

Maddie (03:24): Nishat Firdous Jehan Ali is a dedicated educator with a mission to empower children and families for a strong future. She completed her Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from DePaul University along with her Master’s in Elementary Education from Quincy University. She has taught with Northwestern University’s enrichment program, CTD, for four years … Continue Reading Episode 41: Empowered Learners, Global Educators, and Meaningful Learning with Nishat Firdous Jehan Ali

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