Resources

My Simple Show Tutorial

There are many useful applications available for students to use to make their thinking and learning visible.  One very easy-to-use online...

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...

SAM Labs: Logging into SAM Blockly

This video tutorial will show you how to log into SAM Blockly. SAM Blockly is the “canvas” where you will build with block-based coding. ...

Growing an Audience on YouTube

Building a community on YouTube is strategic. Learn from certified YouTubers how they build subscribers and create a following of viewers. When...

Quizizz: Introduction & Overview

Quizizz is a fun and engaging way for students of all ages to participate in a game-based formative assessment. Quizizz allows students to work at...

Student Detectives: Explore in Action

If you are a Humanities teacher, you might be struggling with the idea of exploration in your classroom. Exploring is easy when you can blow...

MobyMax Phonics Blending

With the MobyMax Phonics Blending module, students learn how to blend phonemes together to create words. Join MobyMax Professional Development...

Google Slides: Audience Tools

Jamie Keat, from Teacher's Tech, outlines the new feature in Google Slides that allows real-time interaction with your audience. If you are a...

4th Grade Math With Tech

In this video by the Ohio Department of Education, a 4th grade math teacher highlights how technology can be a useful tool for formative assessment...

New Tools, New Thinking

It isn't enough to use new technology tools in the classroom.  Marc Prensky argues that we must also change the way we think about education before...

10 Ways to Use Nearpod

"The app is ‘web-based’ and is accessible on a ‘log in’ basis. This means that you can access your Nearpod account through any device that...

Digital Note Taking Strategies That Deepen Student Thinking

Note taking has been and will continue to be an essential part of student learning.  Interestingly, some research indicates that students actually...

Strategy in Action: Pass the Problem

This video, from K20 Center, explains the details of the Pass the Problem strategy and shows some examples of this technique in action. In this...

Google Classroom: Differentiate by Posting Separate Assignments

One of the biggest struggles in Google Classroom has been handing out assignments to sub-groups of kids in your class. It just wasn't possible...

Read Works Digital Tutorial

ReadWorks.org has created a free library of high quality reading passages focused on helping students improve their comprehension, vocabulary,...

Copyright Case Study: Vlogs

With the tidal wave of personal video uploads and blogs on the internet, Fair Use practices have come under fire and have been analyzed in great...

Reflection Strategy: "Be Sure To"

This video from The Teaching Channel shows the strategy "Be Sure To" in action in a real classroom. This strategy is simple, doesn't take much time,...

Be Internet Awesome

Digital Citizenship is a highly important topic that is often overlooked. Pear Deck has partnered with Google to create 19 interactive lessons that...

60 Ways Math Teachers Can Use Google Classroom

Google Classroom is a powerful tool for any grade level and subject area.  Alice Keeler, a former high school math teacher and Google expert, has...

Google Classroom: Add a Co-Teacher

One benefit to using Google Classroom is the ability to add a co-teacher to a class you have created.  Adding co-teachers makes collaboration a...