Welcome to Teaching4Tomorrow, a new blog from Big Deal Media to harness ed tech ideas and strategies worth sharing. Our mission is to give voice to a range of perspectives on ed tech topics. This blog will serve as a venue for sparking new ideas, as well as a space for educators to share their experiences navigating the ever-evolving landscape of technology in education.
We hope you will join us each Friday to hear educators' perspectives, discuss new resources, and share ideas. We have a wide range of topics we're ready to dive into. If there's a topic you'd like us to cover, please contact us.
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Project Look Sharp, a program of Humanities & Sciences at Ithaca College, has developed a series of freeconstructivist media-decoding lessons that teach critical thinkingskills about COVID-19–related topics.
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