+-*After attending many ASCD 2015 must-see sessions, tweeting inspirational quotes from educational leaders and scrolling through the #ASCD2015 Twitter chats, I have collected 3 major takeaways that you can use immediately to start making a change in your classroom.
+-*Looking for inspirational quotes from educational technology influencers? Here are the top 10 quotes and nuggets of wisdom that I collected from the ASCD 2015 conference.
+-*Despite these mandated skills, studies prove teachers struggle to find time to teach them, and students are generally lacking in them. So how can educators make time for research and writing instruction in the classroom?
+-*As we prepare for the ASCD 2015 conference, we’re excited to see 10 of the most influential speakers that will be speaking on panels this upcoming weekend. While we’ll certainly be using Twitter during the conference to jump into the hashtag conversation, we’ve saved you the time of tracking down the best panels and speakers to look out for in the list below!
+-*Going to conferences is one of the best ways to grow your professional learning network and share your knowledge and experiences with others. Add Twitter to the mix, and you have a recipe for success! With ASCD 2015 quickly approaching, here are 10 tips for getting the most out of using Twitter at the conference.
+-*As the EasyBib team prepares for the 2015 ASCD conference this week, we want to give you a crash-course on Twitter so you can get involved in the hashtag conversation for #ASCD15. We’ve put together a list of tips and tricks as a quick and easy guide to understanding the basics for using Twitter at conferences.
+-*With so much conflicting coverage about Common Core around the U.S., we’ve compiled eight strategies to help you to effectively communicate how the standards will affect parents and their children, as well as how to explain parents’ integral role in their child’s achievement.
+-*Want to give your colleagues access to ResearchReady assessment data, but not the ability to customize ResearchReady’s content? We can help you with that. ResearchReady now offers an “Analytics Only” role that will allow users to access assessment data, but not the customization area.
+-*Incorporating games into the classroom is a great way to engage students and increase motivation. But how can social studies and history teachers use games to help students better understand social issues? Our guest contributor and expert on gamification, Matthew Farber, shares his favorite tools: Social impact games are a genre that seek to effect …
+-*The first month of 2015 is over, and with it came a less-than-historic “historic” snowstorm in New York City. There was one event, however, that was equally historic, had as dramatic a build-up, and actually came to fruition: EasyBib’s very first Ask Me Anything with Nicholas Provenzano, better known as The Nerdy Teacher. Nick is a cool guy. He likes …