Resources

Pivot Interventions: How to Create an Intervention

Learn how to create an intervention using the Pivot software.  We know that administrators and teachers are most effective when they work together...

Digital Storytelling as Authentic Assessment

In order to help students develop 21st century skills, they will need to move beyond the traditional tests normally given and be providing more...

Screencastify Lite: A Student Explains How to Record Gameplay

This tutorial of Screencastify Lite was created by a student and gives the highlights of the Chrome web extension and how they use it to record and...

Students As Producers: An Introduction

Giving students the opportunity to create something original is an important part of the learning process. This article from the Center for Teaching...

Research With Google Scholar

If you are tired of seeing Wikipedia be the go-to spot for student research, Google Scholar might help. Google has created this search site to return...

Quality Student Work Through Sharing

Sharing ideas and listening to feedback makes them better. This concept isn't new! This idea is a bedrock principle in many businesses and work...

Classcraft: Creating and Customizing a Class

Student engagement and behavior can be difficult to achieve on a daily basis. Fear not, Classcraft is here to help solve those problems.  But...

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...

Google Slides: 5 Features You Should Know

Google Slides is a powerful tool that can be used in a multitude of ways.  While there are numerous useful features available, let's just focus...

20 Video Projects to Engage Students

In most classes, students of all ages find watching videos to be engaging and and entertaining.  But even more than watching, creating videos...

Formative Assessment: Dos and Do Nots Comparison Chart

This comparison chart, excerpted from NCTE's "Formative Assessment That Truly Informs Instruction," is a helpful guide for teachers as they plan...

Microsoft: OneDrive Basics

More FREE could storage! Microsoft has produced a cloud-based storage solution that is very similar to Dropbox or Google Drive. You can create Word...

Interactive Art: The ART Zone

The NGAkids Art Zone was created and developed by the National Gallery of Art. If you teach art at any level this is a "must have" resource to...

Teaching Math With CK12: PLIX Interactives

CK-12 has a great reputation for providing FREE quality content to teachers. Now they have created an awesome interactive program, called PLIX, that...

Google Sites: Automating for Portfolios & More

Google sites is an excellent tool for many different uses in the classroom. It can be used for content delivery, a tool for student reflection, or a...

How to Organize Your Google Keep

Google has created an excellent way to get organized and share important information with Google Keep. It has been around for a while, but now it is...

Lesson Example: The Moral of the Story

"The Ohio Teacher Showcase Project highlights ways that Ohio teachers are using technology to support student learning of specific content from...

Reflection Strategy: 3-2-1

When students reflect, they are looking at their own learning experience in order to make sense of it and to identify what steps are needed in the...