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Microsoft Excel: Charts

Microsoft Excel is Microsoft's datasheet analysis software. This resource will provide you with information about Excel's charts for Windows, macOS,...

Microsoft Excel: Formulas and Functions

Microsoft Excel is Microsoft's datasheet analysis software. This resource will provide you with an overview of formulas and functions within...

Microsoft Excel: Tables

Microsoft Excel is Microsoft's datasheet analysis software. This resource will walk you through how to create and edit tables. Are you looking...

Microsoft Excel: Formatting & Editing Content

Microsoft Excel is Microsoft's datasheet analysis software. This resource will provide you with a tutorial on formatting content in your Excel...

Microsoft Teams: Live Events

Microsoft Teams is Microsoft's video conferencing, group chat, and individual chat software all in one! This resource will walk you through how to...

Microsoft Teams: Joining and Managing Meetings

Microsoft Teams is Microsoft's video conferencing, group chat, and individual chat software all in one! This resource will walk you through how to...

Microsoft Teams: Posts and Content

Microsoft Teams is Microsoft's video conferencing, group chat, and individual chat software all in one! This resource will discuss how you can create...

Microsoft Teams: Collaborating with Teams & Channels

Microsoft Teams is Microsoft's video conferencing, group chat, and individual chat software all in one! This resource will discuss collaborative...

Microsoft Teams: Creating and Customizing Your Team

Microsoft Teams is Microsoft's video conferencing, group chat, and individual chat software all in one! This resource will walk you through how to...

Edji in the Math Classroom

Mathematics is often a subject that is viewed separately from reading. We can leverage Edji, a classroom reading tool, in the math classroom, for...

Edji: An Overview

Do your students struggle with reading comprehension? Chances are, you've encountered at least one student that struggles with this pillar of...

HyperDocs vs. Document With Links

A common misconception many people have when they first learn about HyperDocs is that it's just a document with hyperlinks. In actuality, true...

How to Build Custom Icons for Jamboard, Seesaw, and More

Are you wondering how others make custom icons? These are great for discussion boards, SEL check-ins, and more. Check out this tutorial from Kris...

CS First & Google Classroom

CS First is a free computer science curriculum from Google. It uses a programming language called Scratch to teach students the basics of computer...

Training Camp with Coach Tom Allen

This workshop offers the opportunity to experience a halftime pep talk from the 2020 Big Ten Football Coach of the Year. Indiana University's Tom...

Genially in the Classroom

Are you looking for a tool that will help you create awesome content? You should check out Genially! Genially is a platform that allows...

Genially: An Introduction

Are you looking for a tool that will help you create awesome content? You should check out Genially! Genially is a platform that allows users to...

Create a TikTok-style Experience with Google Slides

Capitalizing on the excitement many of our students have about TikTok may seem unlikely in the classroom setting, but this post from Matt Miller's...

Thinkio

Thinkio is a free and simple tool to help teachers redesign worksheets for the digital space. Teachers can share, view, and grade, all within the...

Google Sheets: Input Data, Output Success

Google Sheets is an incredibly flexible and powerful tool for teachers. With it, you can input, edit, and analyze data. And, just like with other...