Resources

Glow and Grow Reflection Strategy

In a virtual setting, we have to be intentional when it comes to students reflecting on their learning.  This simple protocol is great for...

Using Google Trends to Make Sense of Data

Google Trends is an amazing place to go where everyone can be a data nerd!  Not only can you easily identify the hot topics that people from all...

Mindmeister: Create First Mind Map Tutorial

Mind mapping is not a new concept, but Mindmeister takes it to a whole new level.  Mindmeister makes concept or mind mapping much easier to make,...

MobyMax: Getting Started Tutorial

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

MuseScore: Text, Lyrics & Chords

The tool MuseScore is a great alternative to Finale and Sibelius. In this video, Dr. George Hess will show you the basic functions when working with...

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,...

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...

Infographics: Classroom Ideas

In this resource, Nik Peachey explores nine ways to use Infographics in the classroom. You can use these ideas with students to help focus...

How to Make a YouTube Playlist

Did you know that you can create playlists on your YouTube channel so that a series of videos are all connected to one another? This video will...

How to Make a YouTube Channel

It is very likely that you are using YouTube to curate educational videos to share with your students. However, that's only half the power of using...

Graphic Design and Yearbooks with Google Workspace

This resource, created by certified Google Innovator Jennifer Scott, turns the idea of graphic design—specifically yearbook publishing—upside...

How to Use Thinglink

ThingLink is a web application that allows users to annotate an image with all kinds of interactive tools such as web links, audio, and text. ...

How to Use Kahoot! with Remote Learning

Kahoot! is not only a great way to get students engaged in your physical classroom.  It can be utilized with remote participants with distance...

How to Use Kahoot! Reports to Access Learning Outcomes?

Have you completed a Kahoot! with your students and are wondering what to do next with the data? Did you know you have the option to get a report...

Adding GIFs in Slides for Student Check-ins

Are you looking for a different way to check-in with your students? Using GIFs in Google Slides is a fun and engaging approach for any aged...

What is Code.org?

Code.org and Hour of Code have inspired millions to try coding. They've introduced computer science courses in hundreds of thousands of...

Perusall - A Social Reading Experience

How often do you assign text for students to read, to only discover that a small portion of your class actually did the assignment? A team of four...

Sharing your Google Calendar

Google Calendar allows you to quickly schedule events and meetings and get reminders about upcoming activities. Sharing your calendar with family,...

How to Run an Hour of Code

If you want to start and Hour of Code with your students this is the place to start. This short video will list all of the steps that go into getting...

How to Play a Game of Kahoot?

Ready to play Kahoot! with your learners? This resource will get your participants connected to your Kahoot whether they are using a computer, tablet...