Teaching in the Digital Age is Tough
Students expect to be engaged. Teachers expect to be listened to. If your goal is to have both, we know exactly how to help you! You’re in the right place.
Welcome to Eduro Learning.
Classroom management is a challenging skill at the best of times! Thankfully managing a classroom with technology is almost the same as managing a non-technology classroom with some ever-so- slight modifications.
“Finding quality resources to help integrate technology in authentic ways is hard! Eduro Learning’s resources are really good because they make sense and they are very realistic and practical!”
Classroom Teacher, purchasing resources 2017
What do you want to do?
We’ve selected a few highlights that you need to see, kicking off with a introduction to designing Authentic Purposeful Learning Experiences for your students.
Our YouTube channel is full of gems from strategies for keeping students on task, to making any unit technology-rich to helping parents understand your connected classroom. It’s all out there for you, free!
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This week, we’re answering a question that many new coaches have - how do you have an effective coaching conversation? More importantly, how do you make sure the conversation goes the way you want, where the teacher feels supported and you’re getting an outcome of...read more
The Eduro Learning Advisory Board met for it's February meeting to discuss "Essential Thinking Strategies / Habits for Digital Fluency in Today’s World." This discussion focuses on the essential skills and habits for digital fluency in today's media-rich world....read more
Shifting our schools
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An avenue for conversations with educators from all corners of the world. Where we discuss anything from apps to pedagogical approaches to big ideas in Education.
“I loved the connection to people. The readings were appropriate and not arduous. The expectations for submitted work were realistic, but allowed for individuals tailoring it to their own needs.”Online course participant, 2015