Resources

Google Classroom: Archive a Class

There is no need to keep every class you've created in your Google Classroom homepage.  You can clean up the class list by archiving...

Google Classroom: Add Students to Your Class

Once you've created your Google Classroom, you'll need to add students in order for them to access the learning materials you'll provide.  Students...

Google Classroom: Add a Co-Teacher

One benefit to using Google Classroom is the ability to add a co-teacher to a class you have created.  Adding co-teachers makes collaboration a...

Google Classroom: Access Student Work

Google Classroom makes it easy to find and view student work.  Using the features provided, teachers can quickly see how many students in the class...

Get to Know Google Classroom

Welcome to Google Classroom!  If you are new to this Google for Education tool, you've come to the right place.Google Classroom is a FREE learning...

60 Ways Math Teachers Can Use Google Classroom

Google Classroom is a powerful tool for any grade level and subject area.  Alice Keeler, a former high school math teacher and Google...

Browse and Search in Epic!

Are you getting started with Epic? This reading site is a great resource with thousands of leveled books that can be selected based on personalized...

MobyMax Reading Skills

With the MobyMax Reading Skills modules, students will read engaging and original pieces to develop their reading skills. Join MobyMax Professional...

The Effects of Cyberbullying

Gossip on steroids; that is how one might look at the phenomenon of Cyberbullying. Unfortunately, as educators we often don't give this issue much...

Simon Sinek: Finding Your "Why?"

This TED talk by Simon Sinek focuses on how a great leader can inspire others to do great things. How can you inspire your students to do great...

Make Reading Epic! Get Started

Create a classroom account for Epic! books. This is a free digital library for students and classroom teachers with thousands of books that can be...

Creating Collections in Epic!

You can create collections of books and videos from your teacher profile in Epic! A collection is like a reading list or group of books and/or videos...

Pear Deck: How do I see student responses?

Using Pear Deck, teachers can create engaging, interactive formative assessments that allow each and every student's answers to be viewed and...

Computer Science With Google CS First

Google is a leader in the field of computer science, and they are providing many of their resources to our students. Here is what Google has to...

Self-assess With Kahoot!

Ever use a Kahoot! survey? This video will walk you through using the survey as a way for students to reflect on their own learning. The #reflect...

Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences

This overview video examines all 8 of the established and widely accepted ways that we learn and problem-solve.  Gardner's MI theory supports...

Logging Students In on Epic!

This short tutorial will help guide you in how to log students into Epic!  Epic! is a free digital library for students and classroom teachers with...

Animal Diversity using Epic! - Lesson Plan

Check out this lesson plan on Animal Diversity for an idea of how you might use Epic! in your own classroom! In this lesson students will:Learn about...

Biography Report using Epic! - Lesson Plan

Check out this lesson plan on Animal Diversity for an idea of how you might use Epic! in your own classroom! In this lesson students will:Learn what...

The Geo-Literacy Project - Explore Outside the Classroom

Exploring outside of the classroom can be a very valuable learning opportunity for your students. It can be inquiry-based and student-centered,...