Resources

Schoology Overview for Instructors

Welcome to Schoology's Getting Started Guide! In this resource, you will find an explanation of the different areas of your Schoology account. Read...

10 Google Jamboard Templates for Distance Learning

Jamboard is a digital whiteboard that lets even far-flung teams sketch out ideas and save them in the cloud so they can be accessed on any device....

Google Drawings Manifesto

In this resource from Matt Miller of Ditch That Textbook, Google Drawings is a blank slate for your students’ creativity. Many teachers and...

Class Dojo Big Ideas Growth Mindset Series

Watch this series of videos from Class Dojo with your students and facilitate discussion with related activities for social-emotional...

Ideas for Teaching and Learning About Fake News

According to the Oxford Dictionary, post-truth is defined as “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less...

How to Lead a Student-Paced Lesson or Activity in Pear Deck

Pear Deck is an add-on for Google Slides that allows you to make your Slides presentations more interactive and engaging for your students. ...

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...

Reactive Listening

This video from Common Sense Education is all about getting kids to be reactive listeners. When you use video in your classroom...

Teacher & Student Privacy Online

Letting your students use online programs in your classroom can raise privacy and digital safety questions. Even though there are filters in place,...

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...

10 Ways to Use Technology in ESL Instruction

Providing adequate instruction for ALL students can be a challenge, but technology tools can be instrumental in reaching the students who need...

Social and Emotional (SEL) Apps for Special Ed

This article from Edutopia outlines some useful apps for special education students that need help with social and emotional issues. While these...

Google Classroom | An Info Template for Parents

This template resource from Tech You Can Do is an editable one-page introduction for parents to Google Classroom. Such a resource is perfect for...

Tech with Littles: Ready-to-use Templates

Looking for ready-to-use resources with your early childhood classes? The Tech with Littles blog offers several ways to purposefully integrate...

QR Code Read Aloud Cards

Created & shared by Emily Hopkins, explore this library of free QR Code Read Alouds! With more than 60 tiles, simply scan and listen - a perfect...

Geometry Warm Ups for Algebra

This resource from Emergent Math includes a year's worth of Algebra warm-ups for the Geometry classroom. Bridge the gap between Algebra 1 and...

Browse and Search in Epic!

Are you getting started with Epic? This reading site is a great resource with thousands of leveled books that can be selected based on...

What Should My Students Blog About?

Looking for some examples of how students might use blogs to help demonstrate their mastery? Wondering how a blog is different from a...

Google Forms: Self-grading Quizzes

How to create a Self-grading Quiz in Google Forms. In this video, learn how easily create a Quiz with Feedback for students. You can give them...

Canvas: Create a Course Banner or Image Using Canva

This video tutorial demonstrates how an image or banner can be created and added to a Canvas page using a free online tool called Canva.  Adding a...