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Sarah Radcliffe
Encouraging teachers to "try something today that you couldn't do yesterday."
Encouraging teachers to "try something today that you couldn't do yesterday."

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Sign-ups are steadily rolling in for EdCamp Eau Claire. EdCamps are a great way of networking with other professionals from the region, whether it be on technology integration, models of special education services, assessments, or standards-based grading. YOU decide what we talk about!

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We tried this in our Chromebook repair class yesterday. It was a healthy mix of problem-solving, collaboration, critical thinking... and frustration for the students. They powered through and earned themselves a reward. #STII  

Anyone know of a good tool to take a printed passage and provide the approximate guided reading/lexile/Flesch-Kincaid level?

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#seesaw  to showcase student work! Check out our newest blog post written by high school student, Jason!

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Tech Tool Spotlight: Google Docs Creation Links
Tech Tool Spotlight: Google Docs Creation Links by: Isaac Wisti The Google Drive suite is a wonderful tool that we use in this district, but it can be a little bit of a hassle to create a new document. You have to go into Google Drive, find the folder you w...

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Tech Tool Spotlight - Quizlet
-Written by: Emma Burlingame Senior student in Student Technology Integration and Innovation There are important terms to know for every class taught in school. The degree to which students are tested on these terms varies, but a basic familiarity with them...

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Tech Tools on the Tech Coach Blog
I have committed time in the past to making sure that I write a blog post (nearly) every Tuesday. Sometimes I stop, with fear. I could say I'm too busy, but really I'm scared. What if no one reads this stuff anyway? What if I feature a tool that people alre...

Does anyone use Read & Write for Google to have tests read aloud for students? How do you deal with test security and "sharing" the test with the students who need it?

Does anyone have tips for restoring a secondary calendar that has disappeared? It is not in the list on the left side of my calendar view and it is not listed as a calendar in my settings->calendars view. It was there earlier today. I had trouble accessing the events on my phone an hour or so ago. I looked via Chrome and got a yellow triangle/exclamation point warning next to the calendar. I closed Chrome and restarted it and the calendar was gone. It is just my home calendar with the major events of my family of six, so solutions or words of encouragement appreciated...
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