Resources

Using HyperDocs in Class

If you're a Google Docs user, you've probably wondered, "How could I hype up this digital document to engage my students in more student-directed...

Google Classroom: Create Your Own Classroom Header

If you'd like to personalize your Google Classroom, use Google Drawings to create your very own personalized Classroom header image!  In this blog...

A Model for Authentic Assessment

Get a glimpse of the process that New York's School of the Future uses to create authentic assessments for their students.  Designing...

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...

pi-top[3] Instruction Manual

This link will take you to the User Manual for pi-top[3].Learn how to…Build the pi-top[3] out of the box - pg 10pi-topOS - pg 28pi-top Dashboard -...

Flipgrid: Responding to Topics, More Details

When responding to a Topic in Flipgrid what else could you do besides record a video? The Educator's Guide to Flipgrid eBook by Sean Fahey and Karly...

Edpuzzle: Adding questions

If you’re currently using videos in your classroom, how do you check for understanding? Are you able to include your own thoughts or link to...

Google Earth: What is Google Earth?

Google Earth is an awesome tool that will allow your students to explore the world from inside the classroom.  With several ways in which it can be...

Lesson Example: Minecraft Boundaries & Volcanoes

Science teachers can make the concepts of volcanoes and continental boundaries more interactive with Minecraft. This video highlights a lesson for...

ILEARN Released Items Repository Introduction

Released Items Repository Introduction This guide provides instructions for taking demo tests in the Released Items Repository. Students, parents,...

Google VR: What is Google Tour Creator?

With Google Tour Creator anyone can create virtual reality tours. You can create tours to show your students where a novel takes place, where a...

Elementary Seesaw Activities: Ready-to-use!

This is the jackpot of ready-to-use elementary Seesaw resources!  In this spreadsheet, created by Billings Public School teachers in Montana,...

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...

Microsoft Office Mix & Powerpoint

From Microsofts website:'Office Mix is a free add-in for PowerPoint. It is a powerful tool that makes authoring and sharing of online lessons /...

Google Drive: Uploading Files

Google Drive, your filing cabinet for the cloud, is a safe and easy tool to use store all of your digital files.  Using Google Drive,...

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...

Google Forms: Locked Mode in Quizzes

Thanks to a recent 2019 update, teachers can now use locked mode in Google Forms to keep students focused and distraction-free during tests and...

Dash and Dot: Galactic Dash and the Lost Astronaut

Remember Mrs. Frizzle and her engaging school trips?  This may be as close as you get!  Take Dash into space by going on an alien adventure across...

Google Forms: Quizzes Basics

While Google Forms is a great way to collect data from a group of respondents, that is only the beginning of how teachers can use this tool in their...

Google Earth: Creating a Travel Journal with Google Earth and Explain Everything App

This video from Paul Hamilton shows how students can create travel journals using Google Earth with the Explain Everything App.  This could...