5 NYC Ed Tech Companies Changing the Face of k12 Education

It seems I am always talking about edTech. Technology and learning was my undergraduate research project, and my minor in grad school; I can’t seem to stop talking about it.  My latest article for the Yellin Center is no different. I took some time to brag about some of my favourite edTech companies changing the […]

Ed Tech Review of TumbleBooks and The Importance of eBooks and Audiobooks for Reading Development

Another Ed Tech review is up on the Yellin Center Blog, this time about a suite of eBook and audiobook resources called TumbleBooks.  You can head over to my review to learn about the ages each application is appropriate for, as well as all the teacher and librarian resources that are integrated right into the […]

Educational Technology Review: Animation-ish

Another ed tech review is up on the Yellin Center Blog.  This time it is for an incredible animation software program that has the power to assist educators in differentiating their instruction and cultivating a maker culture in the classroom. I was over the top excited to learn that one of my personal all-time favorite children’s authors has […]

Poet Prints Collaboration: Tech Tools for the Inclusive Classroom

This week I collaborated with the awesome educator behind Poet Prints, Rachel Poetker. She is an awesome, talented, and passionate Canadian elementary school teacher who, like me, loves to share her learning strategies and resources with the greater education world. You can find all her amazing curricular designs on her TeacherspayTeachers store. As you all […]

New Case Studies Published on Ed Surge: Dreambox and Learn with Homer

EdSurge is my go-to resource to all things ed Tech/Teacher News.  They’re teacher-nerd heaven when it comes to digital resources and e-learning ideas.  I told you all about how I use the EdSurge product index a few weeks back. I am excited to be able to share my professional insights with them and their SCool Tools […]

Low-Tech Assistive Technology Tools

I often write about high tech tools because they are a constantly evolving, exciting domain.  However, too often we neglect the age-old, low tech tools that can support students in their educational and workplace settings. You can find my latest article on the Yellin Center Blog, or down below. Enjoy!

Top Five Resources for Special Education Teachers

The past month I had been asked by a few sources to cull my bookshelves and devise a list of my tried and true manuals for special education.  One list I comprised for my former University will be coming out to showcase 10 exceptional resources.  However, today, for the Yellin Center, I whittled and augment […]

Educational App Review: Learn With Homer

Another app review is up on the Yellin Center Blog.  Last time it was a writing platform, and this time it is a really, really exceptional reading program.  It is by far one of my favorite reading technologies out there.  Not only does it have a high level of craftsmanship and aesthetic appeal but it […]

A Review of Storybird a Web Based Writing Platform

Hey teacher friends, check out my review of the amazing and beautifully curated writing app, Storybird.  You know how much I love education, writing and technology. So being able to combine three of my passions by blogging about Ed Tech is a real treat.  In the coming months you will get a lot more of […]