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I recently had the pleasure of reading David Sax’s 2016 book The Revenge of Analog: Real Things and Why They Matter in which he explores recent movements away from the digital realm and towards high quality, analog experiences. His premise is impossible to deny. Two decades into the digital revolution…

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More than ever in today’s classrooms technology integration is redefining the learning process. Digital tools can be incorporated in a variety of ways- from games, online textbooks, videos, apps, web 2.0 tools, learning management systems (like Converge☺ )...the list goes on and on. But the end result is evident: digital…

Reflect with me for a moment to days in your classroom when students are giving presentations….ALL DAY!  Each a similar progression of slides presented by students anxious about speaking in front of their peers.  Do you find yourself wishing students were more focused on content than how a slide will zoom,…

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The leaves are beginning to change and some of us have already reached the mid-semester mark.  Now is a great time to reflect and evaluate your digital learning environment.  Just as we use assessments to consistently monitor student progress and inform decisions, it’s equally important to gauge effectiveness with your…

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Many adults view reading a good book by the pool as a relaxing retreat; while students perfect their cannonball splash or reach their social media quota for the day.  Summer reading projects and class assignments are usually the last things on the “Summer Must-Do” list. As a textbook provider, the eTechCampus…

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