Resources

Crash Course Kids: An Educational YouTube Channel

This YouTube channel, inspired by brothers John Green (yes, the author!) and his brother Hank, is an upper-elementary version of their original...

Lesson Reviews with Screencastify

Tom Mullaney shares how he uses Screencastify to create lesson recaps in his classroom using Screencastify. If you have ever felt like a broken...

Canvas Communication Overview

This resource is a video from the Canvas Video Guides for instructors.  It gives a brief overview of all of the ways the Canvas LMS can be used...

Edpuzzle Online Professional Development

Videos in the classroom have been around for decades.  Computers made viewing videos a whole lot easier, but even with YouTube it still isn't...

Why Should My Class Minecraft?

Technology can be the gateway a teacher and their students need to walk into the world of student-centered learning. Minecraft is one of those tools....

Turning Resistant Teachers into Resilient Teachers

This article form ASCD is from a series on building school morale. This is a great resource for school leadership, but remember teachers are part of...

7 Ways to Use Google Hangouts in the Classroom

Using Google Hangouts in the classroom is a great way to connect and collaborate with students in your classroom. It’s also a powerful tool for...

Wonderopolis Tutorial

What do your students wonder about?  How do you help them dive into their natural curiosity?  Sometimes setting students free to explore...

District Admin: Editing & Deleting Resources

This video will walk you through the process required to make changes to existing District created resources or delete them from the system. If you...

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...

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...

Infographics: Citing Sources

Citing sources is an important part of any research project. Creating an outstanding infographic challenges students to dig deep into a topic and...

John Kotter: The Heart of Change

Have you ever had a great idea, but other just didn't seem to be interested? Trying to get a group of people move into action can be difficult. This...

MobyMax Social Studies

The MobyMax Social Studies curriculum lets students explore concepts in history, geography, economics, and government through cognitive skill...

Research Summary: Using Video to Connect Learning

Learners need to connect to new information and make it part of their individual story. Find research highlights that explain why video works to...