Resources

The Benefits of Blended Learning

The benefits of blended learning are many, but it is sometimes hard to understand how it might benefit our own classrooms. Take a look at this video...

EdPuzzle: Create an Account

Using video in the classroom has been around for decades. Nothing used to beat the feeling of a projector rolling into the classroom. Computers made...

Google Slides: Teaching Math Through Conversations

Math teachers new to technology often ask, "Can I really use technology to teach math?"  According to Alice Keeler the answer is, "I don't...

Improving Writing and Research Using GSuite

Does it ever feel like you're pulling teeth when asking students to conduct research and communicate effectively through writing?  Does it seem...

Diigo: For K-12 Educators

Diigo is a social bookmarking web tool and application perfect for curating, organizing, and sharing online bookmarks.  Jennifer...

Digital Interactive Notebooks

The most important quality for any digital learning tool is that is enhances the learning experience for the kids. Using notebooks and journals has...

6 Ready to Go iPad Centers

For ReviewCenters can be very effective in the elementary classroom for allowing both individualized instructional time and leveled learning. If your...

Students as Producers: A Student Perspective

Student-centered learning has become a buzz word in education these days, but have you taken the time to think about how that fits into your teaching...

Designing Spaces for Learning

What does it look like when you design the classroom and student spaces to amplify learning?  See how Elizabeth Forward Schools energized the school...

Sound Trap in the English Classroom

Using audio recordings in the classroom can be a powerful way to give students a voice and allow them to be creative in new ways.  This is also a...

Google Chrome - Tabs

This short video demonstrates how easy it is to use and manage multiple tabs in the Google Chrome browser.  In this video, you will learn how...

Blogging With Young Students

When teachers think of blogging in the classroom, many believe this a skill only middle school and high school students can take on.  In...

Differentiate in Google Classroom: Separate Assignments

One of the biggest struggles in Google Classroom has been handing out assignments to sub-groups of kids in your class. It just wasn't possible...

Sharing Leads to Learning

A Case for SharingManners aside, sharing serves an important part in the learning process. Unfortunately, many times the classroom unintentionally...

PBL: Fostering a Collaborative culture

When implementing Project-Based Learning in your classroom, it can be daunting to allow students to take ownership over their learning processes and...

7 Phases of Curriculum Mapping

The ASCD has published a lot of great material in regard to curriculum mapping. If we're honest, most of us would say this isn't really all that fun....

Social Bookmarking With Students

Knowing how to research effectively, filter results, evaluate, curate, and organize internet resources is a valuable skill for students to learn and...

Ken Robinson: The Art of Teaching

Sir Ken Robinson speaks to the importance of a liberal education and how technology can help enhance a teachers ability to perfect their art.

PyxisEDU: Welcome! Create an Account

This video will walk you through creating an account in PyxisEDU. It is a simple process, and you will be learning in no time. You will also find out...

Lesson Example: Elementary Metric System

Technology rich lessons take time to develop and can be difficult to think of on your own with out seeing some real-life examples. This video...