Resources

Google Docs: Table of Contents

Google Docs is a word processing tool that, while very similar in layout to Microsoft Word, has additional features that make sharing and...

Strategy in Action: Thinking With Conver-stations

In this blog post and video from Teaching Channel, Sarah Brown Wessling introduces us to a lesson that she delivered to 11th grade students. She...

Why Creativity in the Classroom Matters More Than Ever

Some people believe that creativity is an inherent skill that individuals are born with.  However, producing innovative ideas, creating...

How to Reflect on Student Learning for Teachers, Students, and Parents

Tracking student progress throughout a school year can seem overwhelming.  Empowering students to take on this process, even more so.  But...

Which One Doesn't Belong?

Which One Doesn't Belong is a website, created by Mary Bourassa, that provides thought-provoking puzzles for math students.  Each puzzle provides...

Canvas Tutorial: Create an Assignment with a Google Document

FOR REVIEWIf you're a Canvas user but still love the collaborative power of Google Documents, you can combine both of these technology tools to...

Google Classroom: Creating New Assignments

One of the best features of Google Classroom is how easy it is to create and post digital assignments to students!  And because Google...

Quizizz: Google Classroom Integration

Quizizz has updated it's Google Classroom integration! Now you can not only assign quizzes through GC, but also have the grades automatically updated...

Epic! Monthly Calendars

Epic! provides monthly calendars that give you topics you and your students can study. Use these themes as a guide when lesson planning. Epic! has...

Quizizz: Play Live vs Homework Mode

Did you know there are two ways to play a Quizizz game? Read this article to learn the difference between playing a quiz live versus assigning a quiz...

Google Classroom: Settings and Class Permissions

Once you create a new Google Classroom, it will be important to check the settings and make sure the student permissions are set in a way to create a...

Google Classroom: How to Use the Stream

In Google Classroom, the Stream is where you can share information and questions with students, teachers, or classmates by adding posts and comments....

Google Classroom: Getting Started With Classroom

If you're just getting started using Google Classroom, this quick video tutorial from Alice Keeler will show you how easy it is to set up your very...

Site Maestro For Google Sites Portfolios

Google Sites is an excellent tool that can be used in the classroom in a variety of ways. It can be used for content delivery, a tool for student...

Twitter: 28 Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom

This article titled "28 Simple Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom," posted by TeachThought, provides practical ways Twitter can be used an...

Add Audio Directions to Google Classroom

Google Classroom is a powerful tool for creating and sharing learning opportunities for students.  However, much of the platform is text-based,...

Google Classroom: Providing Better Feedback

Google Classroom was designed to help bring students and teachers together in a collaborative, digital environment.  One benefit to using Google...

Differentiated Instruction 101

This video animates a podcast from Katie McKnight from TeachHub and includes a nice overview of the WHY behind differentiation as well as concrete...

Macat Critical Thinking Video Library for Students

Critical thinking is about being able to ask questions, gather multiple pieces of information, and then synthesize it into your own worldview. This...

EDpuzzle: An Introduction & Overview

EDpuzzle is an engaging and interactive video tool that allows teachers to add various questions (in addition to other elements) throughout the...