Resources

High Tech Reflection Strategies

The text in this resource from Edutopia explores some creative ways teachers are using technology to increase both opportunities for, and...

Integrating the Arts with Technology: Inspiring Creativity

Integrating technology into the Fine Arts classroom shouldn't have to be a struggle. We believe technology should be used best where it fits, not...

Canvas Content Pages

In this short video, the CanvasLMS team provides useful tips to creating the most effective and student-friendly Canvas content pages. In...

OneNote: Learning Tools for SPED

Microsoft's OneNote, along with several other of their flagship programs (Word, Powerpoint) has introduced useful learning tools aimed at meeting the...

Canvas: Create a Course Banner or Image Using Canva

This video tutorial demonstrates how an image or banner can be created and added to a Canvas page using a free online tool called Canva.  Adding...

An Introduction to Technology Integration

Why technology?  Students of today are creating using digital tools, not analog.  Learning is being connected and extended with the advance of...

The Four Characteristics of Authentic Learning

What type of experience do your students get when they enter your classroom? Will their skills transfer to other aspects of their future lives?...

5 Ways to Use Socrative in the Math Classroom

Socrative is a free web application that is perfect for formative assessment in the classroom.  Students can respond to teacher-created...

Google SketchUp for Beginners: Part One

Google SketchUp is a 3D modeling program built for architects and designers. Its uses range from designing 3D printing projects to creating art...

Lesson Example: Visual Literacy

Visual literacy is an important skill for our students to master. More and more information is being delivered through methods other than text, and...

Create Podcasts on the Chromebook Using Sound Trap

If you're ready for your students to move beyond consuming digital media and start producing their own, podcasting is an easy way for students to...

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...

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...

Creating a Great Infographics Lesson Plan

New York Times, Learning Network: The beauty of infographics is that they allow for flexibility and personalization for the learners in your...

Pivot Interventions: Creating Custom Templates

Learn how to create a custom intervention template using the Pivot software.  We know that administrators and teachers are most effective when they...

Make Reading Epic! Get Started

Create a classroom account for EPIC! books. This is a free digital library for students and classroom teachers with thousands of books that can be...

Formative Assessment: Formative

Formative is a formative assessment tool that allows teachers to ask various types of check-for-understanding questions and see their students'...

40 Reflection Questions to Use With Students

As teachers, we know that it's important to make time for our students to reflect on their learning, growth, and thinking.  This practice of...

Transforming the Classroom with Personalized Learning and Technology

Goldman Sachs, an investment company, shares how they feel their investment in educational technology is setting the stage for ways that technology...