Resources

Canvas Modules

In this short video, the CanvasLMS team demonstrates how to use Canvas modules to organize learning materials in the course. Not only will...

Technology Tools to Address MI and Learning Styles

This PDF document from Cal Poly State University provides a breakdown of each MI or learning style and partners technology tools to address them....

Canva: A Simple Guide

Canva makes graphic design amazingly simple for everyone, by bringing together a drag-and-drop design tool with a library of more than 1 million...

ChatterPix Tutorial

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

Strategy: Conver-stations

This video from the Teaching Channel, Sarah Brown Wessling leads her class through an activity called conver-stations. This is a small-group...

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...

Canvas Student View

Ever wonder what students are seeing when they log into your Canvas course?  In this short video, the CanvasLMS team explains how to...

17 Ways to Use Explain Everything

Explain Everything is an interactive, screencasting whiteboard tool that, well... lets you visually, explain everything.  This video creation...

TEDed Tutorial: Flipping Lessons

If you haven't ever watched a TED talk, we highly recommend that you check them out. The quality of ideas and creativity included in those talks are...

PyxisEDU: A Tour of "My Pyxis"

My Pyxis is personalization at its best! The My Pyxis menu allows you to set up Pyxis in a way that works best for you. Explore all of the menu's...

Code.org: Resources for the Hour of Code

Take a tour of the Code.org website and see some examples of how students will be interacting during the Hour of Code. If you have no previous...

Research With Google Scholar

If you are tired of seeing Wikipedia be the go-to spot for student research, Google Scholar might help. Google has created this search site to return...

What is a blog?

You've probably heard the word, maybe you've read one, or maybe you've even created one, but could you easily explain what a BLOG is?  Could...

Creating Mind Maps Using Popplet

Having students create mind maps is a powerful way to assess their thinking and learning.  Mind maps can also be used as a way to visually...

Student Vlogs in the Classroom: Secondary Example

Students can connect learning from their reading by recording and sharing a video in a vlog post on YouTube, like Little Book Owl who has thousands...

5 Ways to Use Podcasts in the Classroom

With podcasts becoming a popular form of media for learning and engagement, why not bring them into the classroom?  Besides just listening to...

Using VoiceThread in Your Classroom

VoiceThread is a powerful tool that can help students in many ways.  Teachers can use it to deliver lessons, use it as a form of assessment, or have...

Lesson Example: Google Earth Geography

It's never to early to start seeing the world from different perspectives. This video demonstrates a lesson with first grade students that...

Visual Elements for Blended and Online Course Design

The infographic visually presents four specific aspects of creating a visually appealing and accessible blended and online course.  As visual...