Resources

Algebra 1 and Classroom Technology

This video from, The Ohio Department of Education, highlights an Algebra 1 teacher who is using technology to help organize his classroom into a...

StoryWeaver: a New World of Children's Stories

Are you looking for a reading platform that is interactive with a wide-variety of texts?  If so, discover the magic of StoryWeaver!...

Flat - Create A Class

Did you know that Flat, the online composing software, allows you to create classes of students? You can manage their assignments, give feedback, and...

During a Pear Deck Presentation

Wondering what you will see on your projector during a Pear Deck presentation? Here is a visual that points out key buttons and lists helpful...

The Social Studies Classroom with iCivics

Ever wonder what it would be like to run a Presidential Campaign? What better way to learn about the Electoral College than by trying to win states!...

Generate Student Questions With Formative

This resource, from Common Sense Education, provides some excellent ideas to get students thinking deeper. This example uses the web application...

The 7 Best Ways to Keep Students' Attention in Class

Teachers know it can often be difficult to keep students’ attention, especially in a more traditional classroom. Learning styles, personal...

Lesson Example: Complete Polymers

The Teaching Channel and Boeing have teamed up to create some problem-based lesson plans that combine science, math, and engineering while building...

The Fishbowl Activity: A Rationale

Creating an environment where students can practice listening, wisely responding, and mastering content is no easy feat.  Here, the folks at...

The Educator's Guide to Flipgrid eBook

Created by educators Karly Moura and Sean Fahey for educators. This is a free PDF eBook created to help educators to know the ins and outs of how to...

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...

Arts With Technology:Tux Paint Intro

Tux Paint is a free program that allows students create drawings and creative projects on the computer. This is a versatile tool that would be great...

How do Headphones Work?

Article explaining how headphones work.

Google Chrome How to Search Like a Pro

Millions of people use Google Search everyday for school, research, and sometimes just to find out who invented the spork.  While it is simple to...

Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac

Utilizing keyboard shortcuts can help speed up your workflow. This list of Chrome keyboard shortcuts for a Mac gives you quick and easy access to key...

Canvas Tutorial: Create an Announcement

If you're looking for a quick and easy way to communicate with students and parents inside of Canvas, use the Announcements feature.  You might...

10 Engaging Google Drawing Activities for Classes

Using Google documents or  Microsoft Word is perfect for may activities but sometimes they are limiting. They’re restricting. They force you to...

CS First: Training Deck Review

This slide deck will give you a brief overview of Google's CS First program, including the why, what, and how for teachers.  It can be used as a...

3D Printing With SketchUp

If you are running a makerspace and have access to a 3D printer, this video has some awesome information. Google SketchUp is a great way to plan...