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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...

Blooket: Getting Started for Students

Blooket is a fun take on class review games. Check out this quick student overview which will demonstrate how to join a game, unlock new Blooks,...

Blooket: Getting Started for Teachers

Blooket is a fun take on class review games. With the ability to create or import question sets, choose different gaming modes, and look at detailed...

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...

An Introduction to Nearpod

What is Nearpod? Nearpod is an interactive learning tool that allows the teacher to create engaging lessons. Check out this video resource...

Pear Deck - Shared Teacher Dashboard

With Pear Deck's Shared Teacher Dashboard, you can invite co-educators and certified staff members to your Pear Deck Sessions, giving them full...

Schoology's 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 detailed...

Schoology's Instructor Guide

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

Getting Started on Schoology - For Instructors

Welcome to Schoology's Getting Started Guide! In this resource, you will find an explanation of the different areas of your Schoology account. Read...

Teachable Machine

Teachable Machine is a web-based tool that makes creating machine learning models fast, easy, and accessible to everyone.Check out this resource for...

Canva + Jamboard

Jamboard, Google's digital whiteboard solution, allows users to have custom backgrounds. Check out this series of Tweets from Katie Fielding, which...

Cooperative Learning Strategies

Cooperative learning strategies are teaching structures in which groups, each with students of different levels of ability, use a learning protocol...

Kaizena: Responding to and Resolving Feedback

Kaizena is a Google Docs and Slides Add-On that takes feedback to a whole new level.  You can add voice comments, text, links, assign resources,...

Kaizena: Reviewing Feedback

Kaizena is a Google Docs and Slides Add-On that takes feedback to a whole new level.  You can add voice comments, text, links, assign resources,...

Smart Start EduProtocols

EduProtocols, a term coined by Marlena Hebern and Jon Corippo, are lesson frames that can be used versatilely for any aged learner or content...

Thin Slides EduProtocol

EduProtocols are reusable lesson frames which are great for nearly all learners and content areas. This particular protocol, Thin Slides, is a fun...

PBL for Remote Learning

You're probably thinking doing project based learning is not doable in a remote learning or eLearning structure. The Buck Institute PBL Works has...

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...

Single Point Rubrics

Cult of Pedagogy education blog contributor Jennifer Gonzalez has contributed on the idea, and practice of using a single point rubric for...

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...