Here are 4 easy to use edtech tools for math and history teachers that want to move towards a blended learning environment.

The Top 4 Blended Learning Tools for Math and History Teachers

Here are 4 easy to use edtech tools for math and history teachers that want to move towards a blended learning environment.

3 Edtech Tools Guaranteed To Grab Your Students Attention

3 Edtech Tools Guaranteed To Grab Your Students Attention

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10 Reasons You'll Want to Use Comics in Your Classroom!

10 Reasons You'll Want to Use Comics in Your Classroom

The Times They Are A-Changin’. As times change and our media landscape evolves, new means of adapting to students’ learning styles becomes a necessity.

Today you’re going to learn how and when to zoom your scenes in and out, ultimately making your comic more interesting to read. We’ll illustrate with a simple four-panel comic strip depicting the scene of a car crash. As readers, ...

Make Your Comic Strip More Engaging by Zooming In/Out

Today you’re going to learn how and when to zoom your scenes in and out, ultimately making your comic more interesting to read. We’ll illustrate with a simple four-panel comic strip depicting the scene of a car crash. As readers, .

Social stories for students with autism spectrum disorders are like phonics lessons for students with reading disabilities.

Social Stories Lesson Plan

Social stories for students with autism spectrum disorders are like phonics lessons for students with reading disabilities.

Effortless Differentiation Strategies for Content, Process and Product

Effortless Differentiation Strategies for Content, Process and Product

Differentiation Strategies

Pixton sat down with Matt Jones to talk about his research on the educational benefits of using comics in education. Pixton: When did you first get started reading comics or graphic novels? What are some of ...

5 Questions: Professor Matt Jones on the Power of Comics in the Classroom

Pixton sat down with Matt Jones to talk about his research on the educational benefits of using comics in education. Pixton: When did you first get started reading comics or graphic novels?

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