Resources

GoBoard

GoBoard is an interactive digital canvas with video conferencing integrated.  This interactive space is designed for small group or tutoring...

Loom: How to Set Up Your Recorder and Record Loom Videos

Now that you have your Loom account set up, click here if you need to create an account, you are ready to start recording your first video.  This...

Explain Everything: Extension for the Chrome

Explain Everything is a popular app for iOS and Android devices.  Now, this powerful creation tool is available to Chromebook users as well!...

Loom: Video Recording

Loom is a video recording platform that seamlessly integrates into your web browser to record your partial or whole screen.  Loom works on Windows,...

Google Keep for Grading Comments

This is another gem by Eric Curts from Control Alt Achieve. In this video, Eric will show you how to harness the power of Google Keep for organizing...

Loom: Adjust Your Privacy Settings

Now that you have your Loom account set up, click here if you need to create an account, you are ready to start recording your videos.  This...

Doing Project vs Project Based Learning

Doing projects at the end of a lesson/unit is not the same as project based learning.  These two ideas get frequently confused.  The Buck Institute...

The C. R. A. A. P. Test

Battling fake news and evaluating sources can be a difficult task. Using the C. R. A. A. P. Test is a great way for you and your learners to...

Voice-to-Text with Google Slides

Do you and/or your learners use Google Slides and are looking how to use the voice-to-text feature? Check out this resource to learn how to...

SAMR + Bloom's = Powerful Integration

This post from SAMR creator Dr. Ruben Peuntedura will help you discover how the SAMR model and Bloom's Taxonomy come together to create a dynamic duo...

Automatic Subtitles and Captions with VEED

Are you looking for a way for your students to receive closed captions on videos you create and upload? This video tutorial is exactly what you need!...

Introduction to SAMR

Never been introduced to SAMR?  Learn what it is all about in this quick illustrated video explanation from John Spencer.  SAMR helps teachers...

How to Cite Sources and Create a Bibliography in Google Docs

Creator of the blog Free Technology for Teachers, Richard Bryne, has created a video to help make your Google Doc into a well polished, linked...

Google Slides: Build a Snowman Template

If you're looking for a way to help your students learn and use Google Slides in an interactive way, this Build a Snowman template, created by Eric...

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...

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...

Nearpod for Formative Assessments

Formative assessment is one of the most important and most effective teaching strategies. This resource will show you how to use Nearpod as an...

Wonderopolis in Kindergarten

Young children always seem so curious and interested in the world around them.  It seems like they are always asking questions and try to make sense...

Chromebooks: Using the Trackpad

The trackpad, or mouse, on your Chromebook is a powerful part of your device.  With just the touch of your finger(s), you can perform many useful...

Virtual Manipulatives

Virtual manipulatives offer students a dynamic visual representation of abstract concepts to help them make meaning and see relationships. These...