Resources

Digital Citizenship: A Scope and Sequence

Many schools unfortunately don't have a curriculum that focuses directly on digital skills, yet often those same schools provide devices to their...

Music Class With MuseScore: Score Set Up

If you are looking for a way to create, print, and play sheet music digitally you should check out MuseScore. It is available for FREE download and...

Getting Started in Moby Max

MobyMax is a completely integrated K-8 curriculum and teaching system with progress monitoring, goal setting, fluency practice, motivation tools, and...

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...

Google Forms for the P.E. Classroom

Teaching any subject involves a lot of record keeping. In the physical education class, sometimes it becomes even more tedious. Have you considered...

K-2 Teamwork Rubric

This rubric, designed by the Buck Institute for Education, can be used specifically with K-2 students to help guide and assess their ability to...

HyperDocs: A Real Classroom Example

You've heard about HyperDocs and you've seen some examples, but  you're still wondering, "Can that really work in my classroom?"  The quick...

What is gSuite for Education?

You have probably heard of Google. You have probably even heard the terms GAFE or gSuite, but what do those terms really mean? What applications or...

Twitter: The Beginner's Guide

This article titled "The Beginner's Guide to Twitter," posted by Mashable, is the perfect introduction if you are interested in getting started using...

PyxisEDU: Pyxis Points & Reports

You work hard to keep learning and Pyxis can help you prove it! This video will show you how to get a report that shows all of your completed...

Big History Project

"A social studies course that runs on jet fuel."Big History Project is a free, online social studies curriculum that is designed to challenge middle...

Ken Robinson: The Art of Teaching

Sir Ken Robinson speaks to the importance of a liberal education and how technology can help enhance a teachers ability to perfect their art.

Using Makey Makey in the Classroom

Produce, produce, produce! When students produce original work, they make deeper connections and think more deeply. This video will introduce you to...

Canva: How to Create an Infographic

A great tool to use for teachers and students is Canva. In this video, Kimberly Ann Jimenez , outlines some basic uses for Canva when creating...

Crash Course: An Educational YouTube Channel

This channel has the videos you need! It has everything ranging from chemical reactions, to learning about supply and demand. It even dives into...