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Piktochart Tutorial: A Simple Guide to for Beginners

Piktochart is an online service that allows you to make professional looking, impactful infographics without complex design software or paying...

Early Elementary Login Tricks!

Another great blog post from Christine Pinto, creator of GAFE4Littles! One of the biggest hurdles for early elementary teachers at the beginning of...

Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts for Chromebook

Utilizing keyboard shortcuts can help speed up your workflow. This list of Chrome keyboard shortcuts for the Chromebook gives you quick and easy...

Google Sheets: The Basics

Google Sheets is the gSuite feature for making spreadsheets.  This video tutorial will walk you through the basics of using Google Sheets...

MobyMax Reading Skills

With the MobyMax Reading Skills modules, students will read engaging and original pieces to develop their reading skills. Join MobyMax Professional...

Evaluating Learning Spaces

How you design your learning space can make a huge impact on student learning.  It doesn't have to be complicated, but it does need to be...

Digital Citizenship in Your Classroom

I think we can agree that digital citizenship is important, but where do we start? It is a really broad topic, and it can be overwhelming when a...

Edpuzzle: Explore Deeper

Providing an opportunity for exploration in your classroom is about peaking interest, but more importantly it is about allowing the students to...

Adobe Spark: Creating Videos

The great thing about creating a video in Adobe Spark is that it is very easy. Students of any age could use this as a way to tell their stories....

6 Ways to Use Digital Storytelling in the Classroom

Many students use digital storytelling to demonstrate their knowledge and ability to write narrative stories. However, the power of digital...

Actively Learn: Reading Engagement

Actively Learn is one or our favorite tools to get students more engaged in reading. Once you give a reading assignment, you're at the mercy of the...

Google Forms: Overview for Teachers

Google Forms is one of the most useful and versatile tools for a teacher. The power of Forms is its ability to gather various kinds of information...

Adobe Spark: Creating Posts

Need a way to spice up your Google Slides or your Twitter page? How about your Facebook banner? Adobe Spark Posts lets you make really professional...

Introducing Adobe Spark

Adobe Spark is an awesome tool for students and teachers. This website allows the user to easily create, narrated videos, social media posts and...

Prodigy: Game Play

Experience game-play as a student!Log-in with GoogleCreate your AvatarCast spells with correct answers

Mathseeds Student Console

This short video tutorial will help you get familiarized with the Mathseeds student console.  Mathseeds teaches kids aged 3-9 the core math and...

Lesson Example: Alternative Energy

The Teaching Channel and Boeing have teamed up to create some problem-based lesson plans that combine science, math, and engineering while building...

Teaching Up: A Model for Reaching All Students

In this resource, you will discover the Teaching Up model designed by Carol Ann Tomlinson and Edwin Lou Javius.  Their concept of teaching for...

Google Chrome Settings

We all like our workspaces to be in a certain order.  Our work is easier when we have things set up the way that works best for us.  When your...

Prodigy: Overview

Explore Prodigy's website to learn about game-based math activities!VideoResourcesTestimonials