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Rachelle Dené Poth

Rachelle Dené Poth

Rachelle Dené Poth is a Foreign Language and STEAM Teacher at Riverview Junior/Senior High in Oakmont, PA. She is also an Attorney, Edtech Consultant, Keynote Speaker and the Author of seven books about education and edtech. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @Rdene915.

5 Unconventional teaching methods to try out in 2023

Sometimes we need to make some changes in our classroom spaces and the instructional strategies and tools we use. There are so many ways to create more authentic and meaningful learning opportunities ...

6 Most effective reteaching strategies for the post-pandemic classroom

Over the last two years, there have been a lot of discussions regarding the impact of school closures and transitioning learning environments. This is especially true for learning loss in the aftermat...

What does Web3 in Education mean for the future of teaching and learning?

Over the past year, we have been learning a lot of new terms when it comes to technology. Some examples are blockchain, cryptocurrency, the metaverse, and NFTs to name a few. These come in addition to...

What’s the point of NFT in education and why should teachers care?

Most everyone has likely heard about NFTs but may not necessarily know what they are or how they can be used, especially in education. The creation and use of NFTs or (non-fungible tokens) are popular...

6 Creative back-to-school activities for teachers

Even during the summer, educators are always thinking about returning to school, particularly when it comes to back-to-school activities. Learning never stops, whether engaged in professional developm...

Data literacy skills: what they are and how do we teach them to our students?

We have access to more information than ever before. As the world has dealt with transitions in how we live, learn, and work, everyone has had to adapt in one way or another. Technology continues to e...

Methods and tools to strengthen teacher collaboration and raise student achievement

Teacher collaboration has always been essential, but even more so during the past two school years as we faced new challenges in our practice. With all of us experiencing transitioning learning enviro...

How to build a classroom escape room to spark curiosity in learning

Are you looking for a new activity to challenge students to learn in a new way?  ​Students spend a large amount of their school day sitting in their seats and may have few opportunities to move and in...

7 Best financial literacy games for students to try out in April

Financial Literacy Month takes place in April and many educators look for ways to provide opportunities for their students to learn about what it means to be financially literate. Originally started b...

7 Digital tools for student engagement across all grade levels

As we head into the spring, we may notice a decrease in student engagement. For some students, there have been midterm exams, extended school breaks, or we find ourselves in the middle of standardized...

Exploring Virtual Reality learning experiences in the classroom

With the start of a new year, it is always a great time to explore new ideas or try some new methods that may be a bit different from what we have traditionally done. I always think it is a great oppo...

Methods and tools to develop future-ready skills

In preparing students for the essential skills they need for the future, we have different methods and digital tools that we can bring into our classroom space. But what skills do students really need...

12 Tools to explore during Computer Science Week

The Hour of Code takes place annually during Computer Science Education Week. The week is in recognition of the birthday of Admiral Grace Murray Hopper, a computing pioneer. The purpose of participati...

Getting started with STEM in your classroom!

There is a growing need for STEM skills in the workplace, as it has been reported that there will be 3.5 million jobs available by 2025 that require STEM skills. In researching some recent statistics ...

6 Classroom resources that help students become digital citizens

October has become the month where educators participate in events focused on digital citizenship. From October 1-31, activities are available to join in, whether for a day like during the DigCitSummi...

How edtech helps students demonstrate learning in more than one way

As educators, we must provide a variety of options for students to develop their content area knowledge and skills in ways that meet their interests and needs. When choosing methods and tools to use, ...

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