Resources

Edpuzzle: Sharing Videos

Share Edpuzzle with colleagues, friends, and others! This resource will show you how to find the public link. (Note: This is not the link for...

What is Your Strongest Intelligence?

Many educators are under the assumption that Gardner's Multiple Intelligences (MI) and learning styles are synonymous; however, MI is a very distinct...

Introducing iPads Webinar

Watch this recorded webinar and learn how you can get started with using iPads in your classroom. In this video you will learn:Introductory tips and...

Dash and Dot: Robot Fashion Show

“If you're blue and you don't know where to go to, why don't you go where fashion sits- puttin' on the ritz”  Join Dash and Dot in what...

The Importance of Digital Citizenship

This video will outline the importance of digital citizenship in the classroom. While there are many faces to digital citizenship, the main thing to...

A Challenge to Learning Styles Theory

The idea that all of our students have their own learning styles has become so popular, it almost seems like common understanding in the education...

Learning Styles Explained

When students know their individual learning styles, they can better focus  learning and study time.  VARK research describes four basic...

Teachers & Student Privacy Online

Letting your students use online programs in your classroom can be a little scary sometimes. Even though there are lots of filters and protection in...

Open Middle: Multiple Ways to Teach and Understand K-12 Math

The concept of Open Middle Math derived from student-forward math teacher, Dan Meyer. Open Middle Math encourages multiple ways to approach and...

Let's Get Visual! Let Sketchnotes do the Talking

This is a session created for the 2019 South Shore eLearning Conference.The objectives of this session are: Define and understand what Sketchnotes...

How to Integrate Cubetto into Your Curriculum

Planning how to integrate programming into your K-6 curriculum can be a tough task. In this blog post by Jeannine Freeman, an Instructional...

Google Slides as HyperDocs

If you love using Google Slides, but are looking for innovative uses of this powerful tool, look no further than this blog post by Lance Yoder,...

The Power of Effective Questioning

This video will outline some of the reasons effective questioning is so important. We use questions as a way to build trust in relationships, gather...

Strategy: Fun Alternatives to Think Pair Share

An important part of learning is not just sharing what you know with someone else, but being able to talk about how you arrived at a certain...

Gamify Project-Based Learning with Smashboard Edu

Would you like to create a PBL experience that has your students begging for more? If so, turn your projects into a learning opportunity that is...

Diigo: How to Organize an Outline

In this short video tutorial, Vicki Davis, the creator and author of the blog Cool Cat Teacher, demonstrates how to use Diigo Outliners to...

Book Creator for Chrome YouTube Playlist

Check out Book Creator's YouTube playlist for great tutorials, updates, and even examples of how to use it in the classroom. There are over 20 videos...

2019 Best Websites for Teaching & Learning

The 2019 AASL Best Websites for Teaching & Learning were unveiled at both ALA & ISTE in June 2019.  This list is vetted and curated annually by a...

#Share in 3 Minutes

INTRODUCING AWESOME 8 LEARNING OPPORTUNITY #7: SHAREAt Pyxis we believe that increased engagement occurs when students are given the opportunity to...

Write Math in Padlet

Padlet is a powerful tool for collaborating, sharing ideas, and making thinking and learning visible.  Using Padlet's text editing tools, users...