What is Google Sheets and How Does It Work for Teachers?

What is Google Sheets and how does it work for teachers? That’s a term searched by many a teacher looking to dip their toes into the waters of free online spreadsheet creation tools. So if you’re here, you’ve found your way to the right place as we’re going to make everything clear so you can […]

How to Integrate Student Data Privacy Protection into District Data Governance Plans

In a presentation on student data privacy for Tech & Learning’s recent virtual leadership summit, Ivy Nelson, education technology manager for Belton (MO) School District #124, shared that of the free apps her district was using, only one-third were FERPA and COPPA compliant. This places the district at risk for violations of federal and state […]

How to Build a School Culture that Supports Data-Driven Planning

How do you build a school culture that ensures your student data is safe as well as use that data to inform planning for instruction? Tech & Learning spoke with Andrea Tejedor, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction & Technology at the ‎Highland Falls-Fort Montgomery Central School District in New York, about how district leaders have […]

Best Digital Icebreakers

One of the biggest challenges facing teachers as they head back to school in the ‘new normal’ of remote learning environments is trying to get to know their new students. These digital icebreakers–websites, apps, and online resources (in alphabetical order)–offer various fun activities for bringing together teachers and their new students. 30hands – A wonderful […]

Using Data to Prepare for Back to School

The sudden shift to distance learning was difficult for everyone. What’s clear is that educators need data and flexibility for teaching anywhere, through any challenge. In this Tech & Learning Remote Learning webinar, Dr. Kecia Ray talked with thought leaders about how they use data in planning for the year ahead, including to deliver personalized […]

The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild – The Champions’ Ballad Review

Slipping back into Breath of the Wild is typically a painless process; spirited moments are never far away, and tranquil scenery makes the time between finding treasure and hard-fought battles consistently captivating. With so many things vying for your attention, it’s fair to say that the game doesn’t need to be expanded. But as the […]

Examen Du Jardin Du Collecteur

Vous vous tenez dans une pièce et le sol est le plafond, ou peut-être que c’est l’inverse? Non, tout est par terre et vous tombez à l’infini. Bienvenue au Manifold Garden, un jeu où vous devez vous préparer à avoir l’esprit déformé par la beauté de la répétition et des énigmes vraiment impressionnantes. C’est un […]

M. Driller Drill Land Review

À la fin des années 90 et au début des années 90, un petit homme du nom de M. Driller s’est frayé un chemin dans le cœur des fans de jeux de puzzle du monde entier. Les années qui ont suivi ont vu plusieurs sorties de M. Driller sur plusieurs plates-formes, mais après un certain […]

Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 Review

Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 is a fulfilling follow-up to Inti Creates’ electric 3DS action-platformer from 2014, and while it’s notably similar in many ways, the subtle changes it introduces expand and enrich the experience. An additional playable character–the returning antihero Copen–completely changes the way the game is played, and expanded sub-systems imbue the action with […]

Rise of the Tomb Raider Review

Rise of the Tomb Raider se déroule dans une vallée hantée par les échos des temps anciens. Les structures soviétiques abandonnées parsèment le paysage, tandis que les royaumes passés sont dormants sous le sol. Même les habitants actuels, longtemps abrités du monde extérieur, chassent et se rassemblent toujours comme leurs ancêtres. Pour Lara Croft, une […]