12 Online Tools For Effective Teacher to Student and Parent Communication

Guest post by Reese Jones & Shelly Sanchez Terrell Having a clear and positive communication with the students and their parents are a vital necessity among educators. According to School Family, good communication results in increased student achievement and better services from the school. An effective way in pursuit of this is through the use […]

Someone Once Told Me by Mallory Fundora

Guest Post: Someone Once Told Me by Mallory Fundora Mallory Fundora, was one of the youngest keynotes at the Reform Symposium E-Conference this past weekend. She is the 13 year old founder of Project Yesu, an organization that focuses on orphan/vulnerable children and women in Uganda. Through Project Yesu, Mallory is providing food, medicine and […]

10 Ways to Use Lucidchart Online Graphic Organizers in the Classroom

Post from guest blogger, Brad Hanks. Note: All views expressed and resources shared by this blogger are not necessarily supported or endorsed by Teacher Reboot Camp. Part of the Cool Sites series!   Lucidchart is the best free learning tool you’ve never heard of.  It’s an online diagramming tool that’s easy to use and supported […]

It Takes a Village by Alexander Marchuk

by Guest Author, Alexander Marchuk  The past decade has brought great changes to the education landscape but the real challenge has yet to be tackled with the energy it deserves. Disruptive changes in technology, politics, and policies have greatly increased the value proposition of the U.S. education system and as a result improvements have been […]

Why Not Use Social Networks? by Joel Josephson

by Guest Author, Joel Josephson Why Not Use Social Networks? Educators that are not using Facebook often use the arguments that they are concerned for their: Privacy Time Although there are other arguments used I will try to answer these two in this article. Privacy At the root of Social networks is the personalisation of […]

The Young Learners Edition (23rd) of the ESL/EFL/ELL Carnival

Welcome to the 23rd edition of the ESL/EFL/ELL Carnival with the focus on Young Learners! Let us start the month with some fantastic resources on motivating and managing young learners. These resourceful reading materials are from many of the finest bloggers, authors, and educators of the English language teaching world! So brew your favorite coffee […]