Resources

Interland - Play Your Way to Digital Citizenship

From Google's website:"Interland is an adventure-packed online game that makes learning about digital safety and citizenship interactive and...

Making Sense of Universal Design for Learning

This short video from Alberta Education gives an excellent overview of the research and guiding principles behind Universal Design for Learning, or...

A Classroom Environment for Better Questions

Would you explore a cave without someone you trust to help you along the way? Most would say "no." So why do we look at the exploration of learning...

Quizizz: Introduction & Overview

Quizizz is a fun and engaging way for students of all ages to participate in a game-based formative assessment. Quizizz allows students to work at...

Canvas Communication Overview

This resource is a video from the Canvas Video Guides for instructors.  It gives a brief overview of all of the ways the Canvas LMS can be used to...

Google Drive: Transfer Ownership of Files or Folders

If you have created a file or folder but no longer need it, you could simply delete it from your Google Drive. However, if you do this, anyone who...

MobyMax Advanced Tutorial Moby Max

MobyMax is a completely integrated K-8 curriculum and teaching system with progress monitoring, goal setting, fluency practice, motivation tools, and...

Google Earth: What is Google Earth?

Google Earth is an awesome tool that will allow your students to explore the world from inside the classroom.  With several ways in which it can be...

Google Sheets: The Easier Way to Freeze Rows

If you are new to Google Sheets or an old pro, this short video will show you a trick you might not know. Spreadsheets are great, but sometimes when...

MobyMax Vocabulary

With the MobyMax Vocabulary module, students learn new words quickly and are sure to remember them for a lifetime. Join MobyMax Professional...

Lesson Reviews with Screencastify

Tom Mullaney shares how he uses Screencastify to create lesson recaps in his classroom using Screencastify. If you have ever felt like a broken...

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...

Computer Science as a Core Subject

Thought leaders in the educational technology space surrounding computer science share their thoughts about the future of math, making a case for...

Cult of Pedagogy: Are You a Curator or a Dumper?

In a 1:1 educational world, an increasing number of teachers are moving away from their textbooks and towards a content curation style of...

Using Google Forms to Grade Less and Live More

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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...

Hallie’s micro:bit Site

The micro:bit is a small but powerful learning tool for the classroom, but don’t just take it from us! Check out a Google Site created by eighth...

Google Slides: Live Closed Captions

Google Slides now has a feature that uses your device's built-in microphone to record your voice as you are lecturing and creates live closed...

A Challenge to Learning Styles Theory

The idea that all of our students have their own learning styles has become so popular, it almost seems like common understanding in the education...

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...