How to Finish the Year Strong

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In classrooms in much of the world the countdown to summer holidays is on! To help you get through the final weeks of the school year, we’ve asked our Showbie Champions for their tips on how to finish the school year strong. “I like to print one or two journal pages for each kid to…

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No Internet Connection? No Problem. How an Australian Teacher Soars to new Heights to use Showbie

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Educational Technology Consultant and Lumos Learning founder Sarah Hill helps schools in Western Australia implement technology in their classrooms. A former teacher, she understands the many hurdles when adopting new tech programs, and has a unique way of solving the lack of bandwidth issue in the remote  schools she works with. We chatted recently with Sarah about what…

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There are great things in store for back to school!

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Mid-April is probably not a time when you’re thinking about back to school, but at Showbie headquarters it’s top of mind. Our product team is heads-down focused on delivering some pretty slick new features for back to school this fall and we wanted to give you a sneak peek at what’s coming. Most of these…

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Teacher Success with Showbie – 2018 Survey Results

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Teachers who use Showbie love how it transforms their classrooms into engaging, collaborative, and organized learning environments. How do we know? We asked them. In January 2018 we surveyed 8,985 Showbie-using teachers around the world to find out how Showbie is impacting their classrooms. We received nearly 700 responses and results showed that teachers who…

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What really changes behaviour? Coaching – PD That Has Impact

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This is a guest post written by ADE, Consultant, Primary School Teacher, and Showbie Champion, Vickie Bacon, on the effectiveness of coaching for teachers. This generation of youth is facing daunting challenges. Unemployment rates among young people are in at an all-time high. Far too many students find their schooling boring and irrelevant, and don’t…

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