Resources

SketchUp for the Web: Getting Started

SketchUp, formerly known as Google SketchUp, is a 3D modeling program built for architects and designers. Its uses range from designing 3D...

Flipgrid: GridPals

Remember writing letters and having penpals in class? Well, that's what Flipgrid GridPals is, but instead of writing letters, you can connect...

Flipgrid: Creating a Mixtape

Flipgrid is a website that allows teachers to facilitate video discussions through Groups and Topics. Each Group is set up like a message board...

How to Use Thinglink

ThingLink is a web application that allows users to annotate an image with interactive tools such as web links, audio, and text. Images can be...

Flipgrid: 50+ Classroom Implementation Ideas

Flipgrid is a website that allows teachers to facilitate video discussions through Groups and Topics. Each Group is set up like a message board where...

WeVideo for Education: Podcasting

WeVideo is a video creation and editing platform. One of our favorite features allows users to record narration and voiceover with their computer's...

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...

Viewing Your Students as Producers

Giving students the opportunity to create something original is an important part of the learning process. This article from the Center for Teaching...

Tips for Creating a Successful Digital Classroom

The folks from Common Sense Education have created a video that gives some great tips for creating a successful digital environment. You don't have...

Teaching Physical Science With Tech

This video from the Ohio Department of Education highlights a teacher who is using technology to help her 9th grade science students learn at their...

Teaching Life Sciences with Tech

Effective technology integration in the classroom means each student should be getting access to the material in a way that makes sense to them...

Teaching Math With CK12: PLIX Interactives

CK-12 has a great reputation for providing FREE quality content to teachers. Now they have created an awesome interactive program, called PLIX, that...

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,...

Symbaloo: Five Ideas for use in Remote and Hybrid Environments

Symbaloo is a creative way to keep bookmarks visually organized all in one spot. We often think of bookmarks as places that we want to get back to...

Taking on Cyberbullying on YouTube: A Teen Perspective

Helping our students understand how to become responsible digital citizens is essential, especially on a platform like YouTube.  One way to...

Single Point Rubrics

Educator extraordinaire Jennifer Gonzalez shares the amazing idea of Single Point Rubrics as a way to assess student work. She provides...

Seeing Music

Seeing Music is a collaboration project with Google and Jay Alan Zimmerman. This collaborative partnership is on a mission to...

Screencastify: 10 Uses For Formative Assessment

Screencastify can be used in a variety of ways, including formative assessment. This resource, from the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki...

Schoology: Parent Guide

Does your school district use Schoology? If so, this resource will help you and your learner!This resource for parents/guardians consists of...

Schoology: Instructor Guide

Welcome to Schoology's Instructor Guide! This resource houses detailed explanations of different features and tools, along with step-by-step...