Resources

12 Strategies for Teaching Critical Thinking Skills

Critical thinking is a vital skill for our students' future success in the real world. It teaches them to formulate and express their own opinions,...

Class of the Future: A Student-Created Video Showcase

Can you imagine what the classroom will look like in the near future?  A team of students from the Class of 2015 created and produced a video to...

Timelinely: Create Your Story

Are you looking to provide an awesome learning experience that will empower your students to go beyond video? Timelinely, an annotation tool, will...

Live Binders: The New Way to Organize

Binders have always been useful. They help keep us organized and help to keep students from losing important documents. But have traditional binders...

Examples of Differentiated Instruction

Learning differences can be valued and addressed to best reach each student, but it does require deliberate and purposeful planning.  This post...

PyxisEDU: Welcome! Create an Account

This video will walk you through creating an account in PyxisEDU. It is a simple process, and you will be learning in no time. You will also find out...

Ken Robinson: The Art of Teaching

In this short interview with Sir Ken Robinson, he makes it clear how important it is for teachers to view their work as "an art."  He speaks to...

Chrome Experiments Workshop

Coding is a great way to get student-driven producing and exploring the connections in our world. This resource is a link to the Chrome Workshop, a...

Digital Interactive Notebooks

The most important quality for any digital learning tool is that is enhances the learning experience for the kids. Using notebooks and journals has...

Deep Questions for Math

Dan Meyer, high school math teacher, shares how he creates more open-ended and deeper tasks in his Algebra class.  Using a combination of multimedia...