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How to Build Icons for Jamboard, Seesaw, and More

Are you wondering how others make custom icons to be used in places like Jamboard, Slides, and Seesaw? These are great for discussion boards, SEL...

Tips to Help Stop Cyberbullying

Is your child being bullied or left out by peers through the digital space? Check out these tips from Connect Safely to help combat and stop...

Top 10 Forms of Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is a fast growing crime targeting children and teenagers. Learn about top 10 common forms of cyberbullying in this video. This video...

CS First for Parents and Guardians

CS First is a free computer science curriculum from Google that makes coding easy to teach and fun to learn.Check out this resource for fun coding...

Cybersecurity & Social Media

Chances are you've been hacked or experienced fraudulent behaviors occur with your identity. Having the knowledge of what cybersecurity is and how...

Cybersecurity - Seven Tips to Stay Safe Online

Chances are you've been hacked or experienced fraudulent behaviors occur with your identity. Having the knowledge of what cybersecurity is and how...

Eight Ambient Sound Websites

Looking for sounds to help your learners focus? This blog post from Eric Curts with Ctrl Alt Achieve identifies eight websites that use sound to...

Creating a Pear Deck Account

Looking for a resource to engage learners and give every student a voice? Pear Deck is a Google Slides and Microsoft Powerpoint Add-On that can help...

PROVEN Resources

CORA, Community of Online Research Assignments, is a open educational resource to help educators collaborate in the research process.  They have...

Using the Whiteboard Feature in Flipgrid

Flipgrid is a versatile video recording tool that allows for collaboration and communication. We love the whiteboard feature, which allows students...

5 tips for Interactive Meetings with Q&A and Polls

Are you looking to increase interactivity in your virtual meeting? Check out this resource for five suggestions on creating your virtual meetings...

Graphic Organizers with Google Drawings

Graphic organizers are a great way to help students organize their thoughts, and making these organizational tools digital means they're even more...

Wonderopolis: Educator's Guide

Wonderopolis is an engaging website that allows students to ask questions and learn from others. In this eight page resource for teachers AND...

Pear Deck + Newsela: The Newsela Deck

Pear Deck and Newsela have teamed up to create the Newsela deck, a daily slide deck that engages students in current events with interactive prompts....

Open Middle

Are you a parent or math teacher, looking to challenge your learners' mathematical thinking? Check out this resource, which includes a great...

The Daily STEM

STEM is certainly a common buzzword, but how do we implement it? Chris Woods with dailySTEM creates weekly newsletters that have STEM challenges,...

Hexagonal Thinking | See it in Action

You're familiar with hexagonal thinking, but what does it look like in the classroom? In this resource, you will observe middle schoolers in action...

Hexagonal Thinking | Getting Started

Hexagonal thinking is an amazing framework for discussion and critical thinking. We love this protocol for it's versatility and power. In this...

Pear Deck in World Language Classes

Are you a teacher of a world language? A parent of a student learning a new language? Look no further! Pear Deck is a great platform to help make...

Virtual Manipulatives

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