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The Techie Teacher's Complete Collection of Blog Posts

The Techie Teacher's Complete Collection of Blog Posts: This easy to use database that was created in Google Sheets lists all kinds of blog posts that contain ideas for integrating technology in the elementary classroom.

This Blog

Back in 2013 I started The Techie Teacher® blog and boy have I evolved over the years! Many of my older posts make me cringe but they remind me how much I have grown as a "blogger".  Initially I began this blog to document the things I was doing in the classroom and to serve as a reference to activities and resources I used for particular lessons. Never in a million years did I think people were actually going to read my posts and "follow" me. Really? Me? When people started commenting and leaving messages about how my ideas were helping them, it all became so real! I tell you this with the hope that if you have ever thought about starting a blog, website, social media channel, YouTube channel or any mode of sharing your ideas with the world, DO IT! You have no idea who you could impact and help along the way.

My Collection

I could spend all day scrolling and typing in search terms for specific posts I am looking for that I wrote right here on thetechieteacher.net. I got with the program and had one of my former students, Taylor, help me put together this database in Google Sheets of all the posts I have ever written. Click HERE or the image below to access this resource and take a look around. This is a view only Sheet because I plan to add all of the posts I write in the future. Feel free to bookmark it but you probably don't want to make a copy since that won't show the future updates.

The Techie Teacher's Complete Collection of Blog Posts: This easy to use database that was created in Google Sheets lists all kinds of blog posts that contain ideas for integrating technology in the elementary classroom.

Heads Up

Some of my older posts may be out of date. Tech tools change rapidly and I have a hard time keeping up with older posts to make them "evergreen". Every experienced blogger knows the importance of keeping content "evergreen" and up to date. However, I have always wanted this "virtual space" to reflect my growth and show changes over time. Some posts may have UPDATE! written towards the bottom that mention updates that have occurred. Other posts do not😋.

Enjoy!

The Techie Teacher's Complete Collection of Blog Posts: This easy to use database that was created in Google Sheets lists all kinds of blog posts that contain ideas for integrating technology in the elementary classroom.

2 comments

  1. I absolutely LOVE the way you have your posts stored and I can organize it into my own files for easy access! I wish more bloggers would do this. Love it!!

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