Resources

Science in Plain English

In this resource, Mrs. Kolbert’s science class has been given an opportunity to look at science in a different way. She has asked students to...

Google Slides: Memory Books

Have you ever thought, "My students just aren't old enough to use Google Slides?" or "I'm not sure I can foster student reflection and metacognition...

Visual Elements for Blended and Online Course Design

The infographic visually presents four specific aspects of creating a visually appealing and accessible blended and online course.  As visual...

Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts for Chromebook

Utilizing keyboard shortcuts can help speed up your workflow. This list of Chrome keyboard shortcuts for the Chromebook gives you quick and easy...

Insert Learning: Your First Lesson

Are you looking for an easy way to transform content into e-learning lessons for your students? Then look no further than Insert...

Research Summary: Model Comparison on Personalization

Identifying the differences between individualization, differentiation, and personalization can be tricky and subtle.  Often the terms are used...

Quizzes in Epic!

Create quizzes for your students in EPIC! books. This is a free digital library for students and classroom teachers with thousands of books that can...

DoK Lesson Breakdown

This video from the NY Department of Education provides a brief recap of Webb's Depth of Knowledge Levels. The video  breaks down a Social...

Twitter: The Teacher's Guide

This article titled "The Teacher's Guide to Twitter,"  posted by Edudemic, is the perfect introduction to using Twitter as an educator.  This...

Google Science Fair: What is it?

Ever heard of the Google Science Fair? No? This video is a short description of some of the amazing things previous winners have done. Are your...

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,...

micro:bit Offline Access

Don’t have internet access? No worries! Although the MakeCode editor is typically used online to write and create projects with your micro:bit, it...

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...

Creating A Teacher Website with Wix

In the modern world, having a web presence is becoming more and more important. Fortunately, creating a website is becoming a task that doesn't...

Students as Producers: A Student Perspective

Student-centered learning has become a buzz word in education these days, but have you taken the time to think about how that fits into your teaching...

Quizizz: Printing Reports

Would you like to keep the data from a Quizizz assessment? Read this article to learn how to print three different types of reports from your Quizizz...

Edpuzzle: Teacher Controls

Feel like an Edpuzzle pro? Check your knowledge with this resource, which provides more insight into the teacher’s controls, and can benefit all...

Google Classroom: Reuse a Post

*Please Note: This video demonstrates how to reuse a post using the old version of Google Classroom.  While the elements of reusing a post are...

What is gSuite for Education?

You have probably heard of Google. You have probably even heard the terms GAFE or gSuite, but what do those terms really mean? What applications or...

Heart Rate Monitors in Physical Education

Physical Education is important. But is there a link to academic progress and being healthy? This video gives an example of one P.E. teacher who is...