Resources

Google Earth: Google Street View

Google Street View is a technology that allows you to explore cities, landmarks, natural wonders, and even museums around the world. It is used in...

What is Seesaw? An Introduction for Families

SeeSaw is an awesome tool for teachers and students to help connect learning to personal learning goals. It is also a great way to give alternative...

Vocaroo Student Voice Recording

Many times using voice recording applications can be very daunting, especially for younger students. Once the recording is made it isn't always easy...

Using Khan Academy in the Classroom

You have probably heard of Khan Academy, but we recommend taking a closer look at this flexible, powerful, FREE resource. Khan isn't just for...

Hyperduino: Standards

HyperDuino projects can be used to support standards by integrating a wide variety of media and in a non-linear, hyperlinked environment.   In this...

Improve Your "Intelligence"

Gardner's MI theory supports that humans can be smart in variety of different modalities.  Most of us have a stronger intelligence that might...

Class Dojo Student-led Portfolios

Class Dojo has launched some great new features that allow parents and students to share the classroom experience. If you are already a Dojo user...

Google Drive: "Shared With Me" Explained

People always ask, "How do I organize the 'Shared With Me' folder in Google Drive?"  The short answer is: You can't.  BUT, that's because Shared...

A Step-By-Step Plan for Teaching Argumentative Writing

The ability to formulate an opinion and convincingly articulate that opinion is a vital skill we need to be teaching our students.  When we...

pi-top[3] Inventor’s Kit

A look into the inventor kit included with the pi-top[3].Learn about…The components included in the kit.The Proto+, the platform for all of your...

FlipgridAR

One of our favorite new Flipgrid updates was released at ISTE 2019... FlipgridAR.  You can now use the QR code option to view Flipgrid videos in...

Whooo's Reading Student Walkthrough

Whooo's Reading is a great alternative to Accelerated Reader. Your students will be given short, open ended questions about what they read....

Google Classroom: 5 Specific Ways to Organize Assignments

The Classwork page in Google Classroom can quickly become a cluttered list of assignments and learning materials.  Help your students (and you!)...

Personalized Learning: A Working Definition

Education experts and philanthropists have developed a four-part "working definition" to help clarify what it means to personalize learning for...

Khan Academy: Create Classes With Google Classroom

Did you know you can use your Google Classroom to create new classes in Khan Academy? If you are just getting started with Khan you can import the...

Macbook OS X: Accessibility Features

Giving equal learning opportunities to all kids is very important, and fortunately technology can help us do that. Apple has committed itself to...

Book Creator for Chrome Tutorial

Check out this awesome video tutorial on using Book Creator for Chrome from the Kentucky Academy of Technology Education. Book Creator...

HyperDoc Sample Lessons

When you're first learning about using and creating HyperDocs, it's helpful to see examples of what others have already created.  Thankfully,...

Lesson Example: ESL Students Writing Stories

In this blog post, teacher Larry Ferlazzo, shares his unit for writing stories with English Language Learners. He graciously provides his lesson...

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...