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Infographic: Bloom's Digital Taxonomy Verbs Cheat Sheet

Posted by Deanna Zaucha on December 06, 2016

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

Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy is probably not a new concept for an innovative educator like you. This traditional teaching concept helps educators take their students through the traditional stages of classroom practices, behaviors, and actions to master new subjects.

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How to Celebrate Inclusive Schools Week 2016

Posted by Deanna Zaucha on December 01, 2016

Topics: Positive Reinforcement, K-12 Education, Education Technology

Next week, December 5-9, is an exceptional week known as Inclusive Schools Week.

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How to Cultivate Gratitude in the Classroom for #GivingTuesday

Posted by Deanna Zaucha on November 29, 2016

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

#GivingTuesday is a wonderful holiday that is held on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday.

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7 Education Articles We’re Thankful for This Year

Posted by Deanna Zaucha on November 17, 2016

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

Next week is Thanksgiving, and here at Chalkable we are feeling extra thankful for the thought-leaders in the education space.

Not only does it help our favorite teachers and administrators succeed, but it gives us food for thought as we continue to build software for the K-12 edtech industry.

Therefore, we wanted to share some of the articles that we have bookmarked this month. They are forward-thinking, tactical, and helpful for anyone interested in education.

Take a look and let us know which article you love most in the comments!

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10 Digital Tools to Start Using in Your Classroom Right Now

Posted by Deanna Zaucha on November 15, 2016

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

You want the highest level learning experiences for your students. But, it can be hard to achieve that while having to test out hundreds of tools that work best for YOUR classroom.

We’ve done the testing for you. Below is a list of our favorite tools (in no particular order) that you can start using in your classroom right now to enhance your students’ learning experiences.

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