Tech-nically Teaching

Tech-nically Teaching Top 5:

1 new tech tool to try, 1 book to read, 1 thing to listen to, 1 thing to digitally read, and 1 person to follow. Each month there will be a new Top 5.

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Providing teachers with technology training, support, and ideas to enhance teaching and learning experiences.


Spotlighted is to recognize Educators/ advocates each month bringing a light to some of the thought provoking , inspiring, and challenging work they are doing for students, teachers and education.

October Spotlight: Nate Bowling

Educator/Advocate who teaches high school AP Government and Geography. 2016 Washington State Teacher Leader of the Year, 2014 Milken National Teaching Award, Co-Founder of Teachers United, and host of @NerdFarmerpodcast. Nate Bowling is a proud Tacoma area resident who is providing teachers with insightful discussion on WaLeg educational policies, helping teachers learn how to support undocumented students, how to help students understand and responsibly enact their civil liberties.

His talk with Bill Gates on how the original Star Wars trilogy helps to explain Civil Rights is a personal favorite. He is a continued advocate for teachers of color and the importance of their voice in today's educational policy and culture. Please look at his work and help to support his drive to help improve education for all our students and teachers.

Past Spotlighted Educational Advocates:

September: Kristin Leong

Kristin is an Educator/Advocate she is currently working on a Ted-Ed Innovation project named Roll Call Project. Her project acknowledges the divides between teachers and students then commends these groups for creating connections defying the divide. Please check out her project and participate if you can.