5 Best EdTech Books for Teachers (Guest Post)


The world of education is going through a monumental shift right now, forcing teachers and administrators to shift along with it. Learn how to reach your students, prepare them for the future and improve your skills at the same time in this guest post by Jessica Sanders from Learn2Earn.

With varying topics, ranging from technology integration to curriculum modifications, these are must-reads for every modern educator.

Digital Storytelling Guide for Educators

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Bring the age-old art of storytelling into the 21st century by using digital storytelling. With tools available on most computers, students can create their own digital stories—sounds, animations, videos and all. Learn how to unleash your modern students’ creativity with this important edtech book.

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How to Bring Technology Into Your Classroom: The quick and easy guide for teachers

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If you want to bring technology into your classroom, but don’t know where to start, this is the book for you. Teachers have less and less support for technology training, much less the money to spend on conferences and workshops to learn on their own. This 20-page ebook, complete with printable checklists and step-by-step directions, will make it easy for you to bring technology into your classroom on your own.

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Teaching With the Tools Kids Really Use: Learning With Web and Mobile Technologies

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Engage your students using relevant content and technology tools that they already love using outside the classroom. This book comes with a decision-making model, to help you choose the best tools, along with other recommended resources and support tips specifically for K-12 classrooms.

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Curriculum 21: Essential Education for a Changing World

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Is your curriculum preparing students for the ever-changing 21st century? Author and educator Heidi Hayes asks all the right questions to provoke serious thought and conversation about how teachers and administrators can improve their curriculum to better serve the modern students they’re teaching.

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Modern EdTech Leadership


$5.99, Amazon

Modern EdTech Leadership has been specifically written to support the transformation of school technology leaders and their teams. As designed, this book will push the thinking of these teams, while simultaneously providing insight into how to close key gaps, so that they can be the foundation of a dynamic digital conversion, working to better meet the needs of the students and staff that they serve. Throughout the book, Daugherty lays out a roadmap filled with both sound and practical advice on leading a technology team that supports high quality teaching and learning by providing students and staff with the tools, resources, and supports needed to better prepare students for their tomorrow.

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What great edtech books have you read? Share with us in the comments!


Jessica Sanders
Bio: Jessica Sanders is the Director of Social Outreach for
Learn2Earn, an online fundraising platform that allows students raise money by reading books. She grew up reading books like The Giver and Holes, and is passionate about making reading as exciting for young kids today as it has always been for her. Follow Learn2Earn on Twitter and Facebook, and send content inquiries to social@learn2earn.org. Check out our new ebook, How to Bring Technology Into the Classroom, just $2.99 on Amazon.com.