Resources

Storyboard That: Sample Lesson Plans

Thanks to Storyboard That, an easy-to-use web application to create dynamic storyboards, you can save time planning and designing digital...

Quizizz: Creating & Importing Questions from Google Forms

Did you know Quizizz allows you to import questions from a spreadsheet? In this blog and video, you will learn a strategy for getting students...

Formative Assessment: Socrative Overview

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

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,...

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...

15 Science Projects for Book Creator Classrooms

Science teachers this resource was made for you! This ebook created by Monica Burns, who is a Book Creator ambassador, gives you 15 great science...

Ozobot Bit: Ozoblockly K-1 Lessons from Ozobot

Browse this short list of pre-filtered lessons and activities from the Ozobot Lesson Library to help you get started using Ozoblockly with your...

MobyMax Alphabet

With the MobyMax Alphabet module, students master letter-name recognition for each uppercase and lowercase letter in the alphabet. Join MobyMax...

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...

OzoBlockly Getting Started Checklist

If your students are ready to start programming their Bit or Evo using OzoBlockly, but could use some guidance their first time through, then start...

Google Earth: Google Voyager

Google Voyager is a feature in Google Earth in which the user can explore pre-made trips of several topics and locations.  Not only is the person...

Ozobot Bit: Related Vocabulary & Standards

Learning and communicating in the language of computers can be confusing, with many new terms and applications to learn.  Use this vocabulary...

Student Vlogs in the Classroom: Elementary Example

This elementary student connects learning from their reading by recording and sharing a video in a vlog post on YouTube. Innovative students connect...

UDL Fast Facts

This quick reference sheet on the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework describes the fundamental pillars or guidelines that define the UDL...

Collection Development for Libraries

Jackpot! This website from the American Library Association links to numerous websites to help librarians develop and manage their collections....

HyperDocs Lesson Planning and Delivery

As you begin creating HyperDocs for your students, there will be some basic features of Google Docs you'll want to know how to use.  Also, it...

20 Practical Ways to Use Google Forms in Class

Google Forms is one of the most useful and versatile tools for a teacher. However, frequently we fall into the trap that Forms are only used for...

Google Earth: Google Lit Trips

Google Lit Trips is a nonprofit organization that is not affiliated with or sponsored by Google. They have created “3D literary field trips where...

Improve Your "Intelligence"

Gardner's MI theory supports that humans can be smart in variety of different modalities.  Most of us have a stronger intelligence that might...

CS First Instruction Topics

The CS First activities are design so that they can fit into any content area.  Check out the different ways that CS First can be used in the...