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Creating a Great Infographics Lesson Plan

New York Times, Learning Network: The beauty of infographics is that they allow for flexibility and personalization for the learners in your...

Screencastify: Try It Out!

Now it's your turn! These step-by-step directions will walk you through a recording using Screencastify with both the desktop screencast as well as...

Infographics: Creative Assessment

This website by Kathy Schrock is a great resource for developing lessons and projects that will showcase infographics as a form of student...

Magic: Research Project to INFOGRAPHIC!

Many times engagement isn't about content or task, often, engagement is about lesson design. Whether you are a new teacher or a veteran of many...

Vlogging on YouTube: Try It Out!

Now it's your turn! This planning guide will walk you through items that you need to consider and have ready before launching your own YouTube...

Assessing Student Video Creation

Creating a digital story involves lots of elements, making it tricky to assess the video without considering all that came before the final product....

Essential Components of RTI

The Center on RTI is a national leader in supporting the successful implementation and scale-up of RTI and its components.  Their site has a...

Lesson Design for Personalization

Personalization works to ensure that students are able to make connections through lessons that factor in what they already know and focus on what...

What does Depth of Knowledge (DoK) really mean?

Edutopia's contributing author, Gerald August, breaks down the blurry explanations and jargon surrounding the DoK model for deeper thinking....

FlipQuiz.me

Remember all the hours it took to create a review game before a big test?  Now you can save time and invest all that energy into creating deep and...

What is Your Strongest Intelligence?

Many educators are under the assumption that Gardner's Multiple Intelligences (MI) and learning styles are synonymous; however, MI is a very distinct...

Evaluating Learning Spaces

How you design your learning space can make a huge impact on student learning.  It doesn't have to be complicated, but it does need to be...

Skype: How Do I Do It?

The idea of using a live broadcasting software like Skype can be very intimidating. However, this is a tool that can help teachers break the chains...

Google Expeditions Virtual Field Trips

This video will give you a look at Google Expeditions from the teacher's perspective. As the teacher you can lead students through lots of different...

Foreign Language News! TV5

Looking for a way to immerse your students in French culture? This website is a great place to visit. The TV5MONDE website is a French site that...

Technology Integration Matrix (TIM)

The Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) illustrates how teachers can use technology to enhance learning for K-12 students. This model is a bit more...

Classroom Video: Socratic Seminar

Socratic Seminar isn't a new strategy by any means, but it is still a very valuable activity that can be used in any classroom. This video gives a...

10 Ways to Use Nearpod

"The app is ‘web-based’ and is accessible on a ‘log in’ basis. This means that you can access your Nearpod account through any device that...

The Critical Thinking Community

Critical thinking is one of the keys to creating an awesome learning experience for kids. The Foundation for Critical Thinking is a great place to...

Interactive Science & Math Simulations

The University of Colorado Boulder has created a website that allows students of all ages to simulate experiments in Physics, Biology, Earth Science,...