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Paul Gigliotti

Paul Gigliotti

Paul Gigliotti is a high school social studies teacher with over 22 years in the classroom. He fires the imagination of students daily through his passion for social studies and educational technology. With accolades that include the Ohio Middle School Teacher of the Year Award, being a national conference speaker, an adjunct university professor and having a paper published on “Preparing to Use Technology,” Paul brings a wide variety of talents to his educational community. In addition to his work in the classroom, Paul is also the co-founder of TechTalk Professional Development, a company dedicated to assisting teachers in the integration of effective educational technology.

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Back to Basics: Keeping Students Engaged After a Year of Remote Learning

After months of remote learning, many teachers are struggling to make the experience engaging for kids, making it high time for a reimagining of strategies. But instead of trying to reinvent the wheel, why not go back to tried-and-true strategies? With that in mind, here are some simple tips and tech tools to help teachers reel their kids back into class.
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