Posts Written By: Pamela Levine

Nearpod’s New FREE Resource: Warm Ups

Nearpod Warm Ups are short, engaging and free lessons for K-12 students in Math, ELA, Social Studies, and Science. Take a look at how to use them for pre-assessment and instruction at the beginning of the school year and beyond.

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Limit Distraction, Improve Performance with Nearpod

Independent research from Dakota State University shows that Nearpod prevents digital distraction and multitasking while learning

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Icebreakers and First Week of School Activities with Nearpod

This week, Pamela Levine shared about icebreakers to use with Nearpod and why it’s important to incorporate technology into the first week of school, on the education technology blog, Free Technology for Teachers.

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For Teachers by Teachers: The Nearpod Authors Program, Part 2

Last month you met Nearpod Authors, Cathy Yenca, Paul Thebert, and Jennifer Nichols. This week, meet Philip Knieriemen, Mara Merly Delgado, and Kimberly Sara Simpson.

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Facilitating Teacher PD with Nearpod Homework

Nearpod is not just for student learners! San Francisco Unified School District is using Nearpod presentations in Homework Mode to deliver personalized teacher professional development online.

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For teachers by teachers: The Nearpod Authors Program

Interested in becoming a Nearpod Author? Meet some of our Authors and find out more about the joining the program.

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Student- Driven instruction in Harvard’s laboratory setting

Guest Blogger Pamela Levine sat down with Education Science Programs and Curriculum Specialist at Harvard Medical School, Robert Simpson to learn more about Harvard Medical School’s Advanced Placement (AP) Biology Hinton Scholars Program.

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Students creating for students: The Nearpod digital publishing summer internship

Last summer, four high school students worked with teachers and Nearpod staff to design and publish middle school science lessons. Guest blogger Pamela Levine tells their story!

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