Manageable EdTech

for Innovative Classrooms


Empowered learner. Knowledge constructor. Innovative designer. These EdTech student standards can be manageable and attainable - without putting all the work on the teacher.

The "Tech It Up a Notch!" series of courses helps teachers reinvigorate their classrooms with intentional EdTech. Develop a frame of mind and employ manageable EdTech practices to easily take your classroom from worksheets to engaging learning experiences.

Don't know where to start? Let the master class guide you to a foundation for infusing intentional EdTech. Take a deep dive into the "Tech It Up a Notch!" library for activities adaptable to any curriculum. Check back frequently for more courses and...

Happy creating, everyone!

Example Curriculum

  Introduction
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  Thinking Ahead
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  Let's Get Started!
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  Let's Brainstorm
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Pricing Plans


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Tech It Up a Notch! (Library): Create a Choose Your Own Adventure Story with Google Forms

Invigorate Your Classroom with an Adaptable Google Forms Choose Your Own Adventure Activity

Take a deep dive into this adaptable Google Forms activity to help invigorate your classroom. Learn how to create the framework and put the learning in your students' hands to take your lessons to the next level.

Your Instructor


Padrah Gatewood is a middle and high school French teacher who has spent half of her career in public and private schools, as well as teaching university students for five years. She is also an author, an EdTech coach and facilitator, and a Level 1 and 2 Google Certified teacher and Google Certified Trainer. She has a strong passion for helping other teachers make their classrooms engaging and student-centered. Innovation, creativity, and curiosity are driving forces behind her teaching. She approaches teaching with a constant curious creator mindset and hopes to help students reveal their own creativity while learning. Padrah has a passion for culture and traveling, also wanting students to develop an appreciation for others alongside their journey to discover their potential and impact they could have on our globally connected world.