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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...

Piktochart: Creating Infographics Intro

Piktochart allows students and staff to easily create beautiful graphs and dazzling infographics. In this video, the Piktochart team gives you an...

Infographics: How to Do Research

Research is a key step in gaining knowledge about any field. In this video, the professional marketing team at Vertical Measures outline some great...

Why YouTube?

Why do video and YouTube play such an important role in student learning today? Learn how a teacher in Kent, Washington uses YouTube to help students...

Infographics: Classroom Ideas

In this resource, 9 Generic Activities for Exploiting infographics, Nik Peachey explores some ways to use Infographics in the classroom....

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...

Adobe Spark: Creating Posts

Need a way to spice up your Google Slides or your Twitter page? How about your Facebook banner? Adobe Spark Posts lets you make really professional...

Introducing Adobe Spark

Adobe Spark is an awesome tool for students and teachers. This website allows the user to easily create, narrated videos, social media posts and...

Office Lens: Immersive Reader for SPED

This video provides an overview of Microsoft's Office Lens app. It is available on many different devices, including devices that are running Google...

Lucidchart: Graphic Organizer & Mind Map Tool

Lucidchart is a handy Google extension that allows users to easily create diagrams, mind maps, and flowcharts. It is very easy to use, and because it...

Creating Mind Maps with Google Drawings

Mind mapping is an excellent strategy to help students make their thinking and learning visible.  While mind maps can be done on paper, there...

10 Great Ways to Use Popplet in Kindergarten

Popplet is a mind mapping tool perfect for helping students visually represent their thinking, learning, and connections they make when exploring new...

Strategy: Photo Deconstruction

This instructional strategy from K20 Learn promotes critical thinking through the analysis of a photograph. This is a great way to engage students,...

An Introduction to bubble.us Mind Maps

Having students create mind maps is a powerful way to assess their thinking and learning.  Mind maps can also be used as a way to visually...

Lesson Example: Visual Literacy

Visual literacy is an important skill for our students to master. More and more information is being delivered through methods other than text, and...

Google Slides: Your New Favorite Publisher

Did you know that you could publish cool documents, flyers, and banners right from Google Slides? We didn't either until we found these great Google...

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...

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...

Interactive Art: The ART Zone

The NGAkids Art Zone was created and developed by the National Gallery of Art. If you teach art at any level, this is a "must have" resource to...

Google SketchUp for Beginners: Part Two

Google SketchUp is a 3D modeling program built for architects and designers. If you are just starting with your exploration of SketchUp, we...