Resources

Learning Lab: Live Workshops

Did you know that as part of your membership to the Learning Lab you have access to free, live professional development virtual workshops? This...

Getting Started with Poll Everywhere

Poll Everywhere is a digital polling tool that allows participants to respond to custom, teacher-generated polls or questions through text...

Get to Know Computational Thinking

Have you used computational thinking today?  In this introductory resource from edtech educators @TeamBond and @WeverWorld, learn more about...

Getting Started with Screencastify Edit

Screencastify Edit is a product that allows users to make powerful, professional videos with a blazingly fast, browser-based editor. This resource...

Getting Started with Screencastify Submit

Screencastify Submit makes it easy for students to create videos whether their learning remotely or at school. Students never have to create...

Getting Started with Zoom

Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing app that allows you to virtually meet others through video, audio, and live chat. Students can interact...

Getting to Know You | Google Slides Template Activity

Are you looking for a resource that can teach you more about your students and build relationships with them in the virtual space? Check out this...

Gimkit Overview

Are you looking for a game-based resource that students will beg you to keep playing? Insert Gimkit! This tool, which a high school student created,...

Glow and Grow Reflection Strategy

In a virtual setting, we have to be intentional with students reflecting on their learning. This simple protocol is excellent for learning reflection...

Google Classroom: Alice Keeler's YouTube Playlist

Google Classroom is a powerful tool for any grade level or subject area. Alice Keeler, a former high school math teacher, and Google expert, has...

Guide to Using Google Sites

Google Sites is a tool that allows you to create websites without knowing any coding whatsoever. Its click-and-drag method integrates with your...

HyperDocs: A Real Classroom Example

You've heard about HyperDocs, and you've seen some examples, but  you're still wondering, "Can that really work in my classroom?" The quick answer...

Using HyperDocs in Class

If you're a Google Docs user, you've probably wondered, "How could I hype up this digital document to engage my students in more student-directed...

Lesson Planning and Delivery using HyperDocs

As you begin creating HyperDocs for your students, there will be some basic features of Google Docs you'll want to know how to use. Also, it will be...

Making Text Connections

Having students make connections to their learning is critical. As facilitators of our students' learning, we can deepen their understanding by...

iPad: Accessibility Features You Must Know

This video by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Tech EDGE does an excellent job of outlining all of the great options on the iPad to help every...

iPad Apps for Student Reflection

Are you using iPads in your classroom? If so, you probably know what a fantastic tool they can be for producing student work! What about iPads as a...

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 comprehend...

HyperDocs: A Lesson in Action

HyperDocs are transformative, interactive digital lessons that are perfect for blended learning classroom environments. This video demonstrates the...