Resources

Screencastify: The Basics, part 1

This resource is a YouTube playlist to help you get started using Screencastify. These videos come from the Master The Screencast course that...

Google Keep Chrome Extension

Are you a Google Keep fanatic? Have you found a webpage, image, or quote that you want to save for later? With the Google Keep Chrome Extension, you...

Custom Cursor for Google Chrome

Do your students have trouble seeing your screen when you are presenting? Using a Chrome extension such as Custom Cursor can help with this. Check...

Fake Social Media for the Classroom

Using features of social media can be a great way to engage students in your class content. It's a language in which they are fluent. However,...

The Fast and the Curious EduProtocol

EduProtocols are reusable lesson frames which are great for nearly all learners and content areas. This particular protocol, The Fast and the...

Emoji Keyboard

Emoji Keyboard is a free Google Chrome extension that lets you input emojis on the web browser of your computer. Adding emojis is great for when you...

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...

Record to Slides Extension

There are several workarounds for adding video into Google Slides, but if you're looking to streamline your processes, check out the Record to Slides...

Sketchnoting: Ideas to Use in Your Classroom

Sketchnoting, or visual note-taking, is a way for learners to create their own customized notes by combining images, graphics, and structure. This...

One-Pagers: Getting Started

One-pagers are single-page responses that provide a visual and text-based overview of what a student has learned. By mixing imagery and language,...

Geoguessr

Geoguessr is an independent site that uses Google Street View to test your geography skills. The site “drops” the user in a random place in the...

Sketchnoting: An Overview

Sketchnoting, or visual note-taking, is a way for learners to create their own customized notes by combining images, graphics, and structure.This...

Video Conferencing Etiquette

Are you meeting with others virtually? Navigating synchronous learning through the virtual space can be difficult. Check out this resource for a few...

Introduction to Desmos

Desmos is a free advanced graphing calculator implemented as a web application and a mobile application written in JavaScript. In this resource, you...

Learn Desmos, Playlist #4

Desmos is a free graphing and teaching tool for math available on the web, as well as on iOS and Android. In addition to plotting equations,...

Tables in Desmos, Playlist #3

Desmos is a free graphing and teaching tool for math available on the web, as well as on iOS and Android. In addition to plotting equations,...

Learn Desmos, Playlist #2

Desmos is a free graphing and teaching tool for math available on the web, as well as on iOS and Android. In addition to plotting equations,...

Learn Desmos, Playlist #1

Desmos is a free graphing and teaching tool for math available on the web, as well as on iOS and Android. In addition to plotting equations,...

Get to Know Computational Thinking

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

Sharing Student Work in Online Spaces

When students share their work with an authentic audience, their learning takes on new meaning. Because the work will be seen by the eyes of the...