Resources

Google Forms: Self-grading Quizzes

In this video tutorial, Richard Byrne, author of the blog Free Technology For Teachers, demonstrates how easy it is to set up and use Google Forms as...

Bloom's Taxonomy Revised

This quick overview describes the revised Bloom's Taxonomy model with concrete student and classroom examples.  Lacy McEwen is a secondary level...

ISTE Standards for Students

In 2016, the International Society of Technology Educators (ISTE) unveiled the new technology standards for students.  These new standards are...

Interactive Graphic Organizers With Google Drawings

Graphic organizers are a great tool in the classroom to help students visualize their learning and make connections. Paper organizers can do the...

Flipgrid: Providing Feedback

Teachers, you can respond to a Topic and be involved in the learning and conversation as a student. You can also provide students with private...

Puppet Pals Tutorial

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

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...

UDL Embedded in Educational Laws

CAST is a nonprofit organization that has been instrumental in shaping the National UDL Task Force and embedding Universal Design for...

Google Forms: Overview for Teachers

Google Forms is one of the most useful and versatile tools for a teacher. The power of Forms is its ability to gather various kinds of information...

The Critique Protocol: Producing Quality Work

Students need to have access to quality feedback in order to produce quality products. While a teacher can provide much of that feedback, it is also...

Crash Course Kids: An Educational YouTube Channel

This YouTube channel, inspired by brothers John Green (yes, the author!) and his brother Hank, is an upper-elementary version of their original...

MobyMax: Short Answer Questions

MobyMax incorporates short answer questions into the Science, Social Studies, Reading Skills, and Writing Workshop modules. Join MobyMax Professional...

Google Classroom: Create Your Own Classroom Header

If you'd like to personalize your Google Classroom, use Google Drawings to create your very own personalized Classroom header image!  In this blog...

Open Dyslexic Readable Font Extension

Open Dyslexic is an open source font that can be loaded and used on any computer or Chromebook. It was designed to help dyslexic students read typed...

Google Forms: Images & Videos

Google Forms is one of the most useful and versatile tools for a teacher. The power of Forms is its ability to gather various kinds of information...

#Share in 3 Minutes

INTRODUCING AWESOME 8 LEARNING OPPORTUNITY #7: SHAREAt Pyxis we believe that increased engagement occurs when students are given the opportunity to...

Rotating Objects in Google SketchUp

This tutorial from MasterSketchUp.com explores different ways to rotate objects within a SketchUp design. It sounds easy enough, but there are some...

Great Sites to Embed in Pear Deck

14 Sites that are great to embed with Pear Deck! Why: When you embed a website into Pear Deck, your participants can stay in Pear Deck. A new...

Evaluating Your HyperDocs Rubric

HyperDocs have become a very popular way to package digital learning for students.  And because of this popularity, there are so many different...

Introduction to Seesaw

Seesaw is a student-centered portfolio software that allows students to build portfolios easily and share their work with their families. There are...