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Introduction to Seesaw

Seesaw is a student-centered portfolio software that allows students to build portfolios easily and share their work with their families. There are...

What is Seesaw? An Introduction for Families

SeeSaw is an awesome tool for teachers and students to help connect learning to personal learning goals. It is also a great way to give alternative...

What Should My Students Blog About?

Looking for some examples of how students might use blogs to help demonstrate their mastery? Do you think it is necessary for all students to write...

The New Google Sites Basics

Google Sites has always been a great way for students to share their interests and learning with the world and fellow classmates. The old Google...

Twitter: In Plain English

In this short video created by Common Craft, Twitter is explained in clear, simple terms.  As you watch this video, you'll learn:What Twitter isHow...

Twitter: In 60 Seconds

This quick video will introduce you to Twitter in just 60 seconds!  As you watch this video you'll be introduced to:Why you might want to use...

Twitter: The Beginner's Guide

This article titled "The Beginner's Guide to Twitter," posted by Mashable, is the perfect introduction if you are interested in getting started using...

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...

itsLearning: Using the Text Editor

itsLearning has added some awesome changes recently. Are you familiar with all of the things that you can do in the text editor? If not, you need to...

itsLearning: Using Apps & LTI

If you are an itsLearning user and you are not taking advantage of 3rd party apps, it might not be your fault. Many IT administrators don't know what...

itsLearning: Using the Planner

Using the itsLearning Planner feature allows teachers to have all kinds of flexibility when creating lessons. Now you can schedule when you want...

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...

Power Up Your Parent Communication

Parents are a great asset in many ways, but communication with parents can be overwhelming and time consuming. Are you being proactive or reactive to...

Canvas Media Tool

In this short video, the CanvasLMS team demonstrates some useful ways the Canvas media tool can support student learning in and outside of the...

Canvas: Communicating With Students and Parents

In this short video, the CanvasLMS team demonstrates some creative uses of Canvas announcements and discussions to keep elementary students...

Using Canvas to Flip Your Classroom

In this short video, the CanvasLMS team explains how to use Canvas to begin "flipping" your classroom and moving towards a more student-centered...

gSuite Sharing: Setting Auto Expiration

Sharing files in Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets is super easy, but once you have shared a file, it's shared until you un-share it...until now....

Interactive & Animated Stories for ELEM Students

If you are an elementary school teacher looking for straight-forward ways to integrate story exploration into your classroom, StoryLineOnline is a...

Classcraft: Gamify Your Classroom

Game addiction can be a problem, but what if you gamified your classroom to increase student behavior and engagement? Classcraft is an...

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...