Resources

Google Products for Diverse Learners

Meeting the needs for all students, especially those with diverse and special needs can be a challenge for any teacher.  Luckily, Google has upped...

Graph of the Week

Graph of the Week is a website created by teacher Kelly Turner. It's mission is compiling activities for math class that would encourage critical...

Canvas: Assignments Overview

The following resource is from the Canvas Video Guides for Instructors.  It is a brief overview of the Assignments feature in the Canvas LMS, and...

Newsela-A Way to Connect Current Events to Today's Student

With a targeted and bold goal to improve reading comprehension in students grade 2 through grade, 12, Newsela offers an extensive digital library...

Teaching Spanish with Tech

Learning a new language is a social activity. This video from the Ohio Department of Education shows how one teacher is using technology to help her...

Google Cardboard: Virtual Reality Basics

Google has made virtual reality an option in the classroom by creating a VR device that is super cheap. Even if it's cheap, it will be ineffective if...

Edpuzzle: Moving a question or audio note

Want to move a question or audio note? This is just the resource for you. Make sure you are in the Edpuzzle editor!

HyperDocs vs. Document With Links

A common misconception many people have when they first learn about HyperDocs is that it's just a document with hyperlinks.  In actuality, true...

How much screen time is too much?

There are lots of great reasons why we need to be concerned about how long our students are looking at a screen each day in a technology-rich...

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...

Using Lino.It in the Classroom

Having a shared, collaborative space for students to share ideas, brainstorm, or visually represent their thinking can be a powerful way to help...

PyxisEDU: Exploring Collections Part 2

Welcome to Exploring Collections Part 2. There are a lot of features to learn about when taking advantage of a Pyxis collection. In this video, we...

Pin Apps to your Chromebook Shelf

One of the great thing about using a Chromebook is how easy it is to personalize it to make you a more efficient user.  At the bottom of your...

Canvas Tutorial: Create an Assignment with a Google Document

FOR REVIEWIf you're a Canvas user but still love the collaborative power of Google Documents, you can combine both of these technology tools to...

Canvas Tutorial: Pages - Creation and Management

This video is part of the Canvas Video Guide for instructors.  The video linked here will provide a in-depth tutorial of how to create and manage...

Lesson Example: PBS Learning Media

Need lesson plans? Don't we all!One of the most difficult parts about being a modern teacher is curating your own classroom content. PBS Learning...

Pear Deck- The 5 Interactive Question Types in Google Slides

Learn more about the 5 question types Pear Deck has to offer.*Note: Drawing and Draggable question types are for premium users. 

Google VR: What is Google Tour Creator?

With Google Tour Creator anyone can create virtual reality tours. You can create tours to show your students where a novel takes place, where a...

MobyMax Language

With the MobyMax Language module, students learn the necessary language skills to become successful writers. Join MobyMax Professional Development...

Epic! Monthly Calendars

Epic! provides monthly calendars that give you topics you and your students can study. Use these themes as a guide when lesson planning. Epic! has...