Resources

WeVideo: Creating Projects

WeVideo makes video editing easy for everyone and accessible from anywhere. This video will show you how to create new projects. This tool is a...

Teaching 5th Grade ELA With Tech

Are you working with a limited number of devices in your classroom? Do you need to create structured time for working with individual students? This...

Google Slides: Interactive Activities

Most people think of using Google Slides as a presentation tool.  But really, you can use Google Slides for so many creative purposes.  In...

Tips to Have Students Develop Higher Order Questions

Deep learning and thinking stems from a student's ability to develop and investigate their own questions about a topic being learned.  But teaching...

The Reflective Teacher

Reflection is important for students, AND reflection is important for teachers. It isn't always easy to find time to think about a lesson that is...

Infographics in the Classroom: A Place to Start

This web resource from Teachers First provides some great resources for creating real lesson plans you can use in your classroom. This link will...

Setting Up Blogger for Students

Blogger is a fantastic tool for students to document their learning journey, connect their learning, or share evidence of their work.  The difficult...

Creative Commons Guide

It might seem like any photo we want to use for a cool lesson or project is just a Google Search away, but that isn't really true. If we are...

Record Music With UJAM Software

There are lots of programs out there for recording music and producing final compositions. However, many of them are not free and require more...

Twitter: The Teacher's Guide

This article titled "The Teacher's Guide to Twitter,"  posted by Edudemic, is the perfect introduction to using Twitter as an educator....

5 Ways to Help Your Students Become Better Questioners

In most classrooms today, teachers typically ask more questions than their students do.  Students are rewarded for their answer to these...

Technology Rich Lessons: ShareMyLesson

This video will tell you all about Share My Lessons site, created by the American Federation of Teachers and the Creative Commons. It is a gold mine...

Lesson Example: PBS Learning Media

Need lesson plans? Don't we all!One of the most difficult parts about being a modern teacher is curating your own curriculum. PBS Learning Media is a...

Twitter: 28 Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom

This article titled "28 Simple Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom," posted by TeachThought, provides practical ways Twitter can be used an...

6 Questions for Inquiry-based Learning

This resource from Teach Thought provides some excellent strategies for teachers to help guide their students in inquiry-based learning....

HyperDocs: A Real Classroom Example

You've heard about HyperDocs and you've seen some examples, but  you're still wondering, "Can that really work in my classroom?"  The quick...

Digital Compass in the Classroom

Digital Citizenship is a struggle for many teachers and schools, but it doesn't have to be. Digital Compass, a FREE resource from Common Sense Media...

Class Dojo Creating a Community

Class Dojo is an excellent tool for teachers, parents and students. This short video will give you a feel for some of the Class Dojo features and is...