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Most Students Aren’t Using Technology in the Classroom

Posted by Sarah Renner-Pugh on August 23, 2016

Topics: Professional Development, K-12 Education, Education Technology

You have been encouraged to incorporate technology and digital tools into the classroom to increase student engagement and achievement. Many studies and news outlets have reported on the proliferation of tablets, laptops, and digital content in schools across the country. However, students are rarely the users because technology isn’t incorporated into instruction.

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Infographic: The History and Future of Education

Posted by Deanna Zaucha on August 18, 2016

Topics: Education Trends, K-12 Education, Education Technology

As you embark on a new school year, it is important to reflect on how far education has come. Whether you are a teacher, principal, or district leader, you will appreciate how innovative the classroom is and will continue to be.

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Chalkable Announcements: Get Certified with Chalkable University!

Posted by Deanna Zaucha on August 16, 2016

Topics: K-12 Education, Chalkable Announcements, Education Technology

Did you know that you can now join over 1,000 principals, teachers, and tech coordinators who have enrolled in Chalkable University for free?!

What is Chalkable University?

A free online platform for Chalkable users to learn, engage, and share tips about all Chalkable products.

Using our own learning management system, Study Center, we have launched courses and assessments about our products to help guide your school users and assist them in mastering each feature.

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3 Free eBooks to Help Integrate Technology in Your Classroom

Posted by Deanna Zaucha on August 11, 2016

Topics: Professional Development, K-12 Education, Education Technology

So you’ve gotten your principal to say yes to your pitch of bringing new technology into the classroom…

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New Teacher? Switching Grades? 14 Orientation Tips for Teachers and Principals

Posted by Deanna Zaucha on August 09, 2016

Topics: Professional Development, K-12 Education, Education Technology

As the new school year approaches, there are many educators who are dealing with more than just preparing for a new classroom. Some teachers are completely new to the school or grade level where they will be teaching. And while these new experiences are exciting, they can also be daunting.

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