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Open Education Resource for World Languages

Are you a world language teacher, in search of free materials for you students? Perhaps you're a parent, wanting to support your learner's language...

How to use Google Translate

Are you looking for a translation service that will help you converse with others? Perhaps you are looking to make learning more accessible for your...

DOGOnews

DOGOnews is a web-based source for articles on content ranging from serious to silly and is broken out into current events, science, social studies,...

TweenTribune

Are you in search of a free resource that will help you teach current events? Look no further! TweenTribune is a free platform offered by the...

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...

Google Read Along

Do you have beginning readers at home or in your classroom? Google has created an amazing Google Play Store app that listens to learners read aloud...

Google Arts and Culture - An Introduction

Google Arts and Culture is a non-profit project that works with artists and cultural institutions from all over the world to bring art and culture to...

Word Reference

Word Reference is a free online dictionary with resources to conjugate verbs and offers audio pronunciations in the target language. This is a great...

eLearning Lab Virtual Workshops

Did you know that as part of your membership to the eLearning Lab you have access to a number of professional development virtual workshops? This...

A Beginner's Guide to Adobe Spark

Adobe Spark is an online tool that allows users to create graphics, videos, and webpages. It's a great way to encourage student creativity. This...

Deck Toys: An Introduction

Are you looking for a way to add student choice, differentiation, and gamification to your lessons? Look no farther than Deck Toys! Appropriate for...

10 Ways to Ignite a Learning Fire in Your Classroom with Adobe Spark

Check out this great resource from Holly Clark's The Technology Infused Classroom blog on how to use Adobe Spark in your classroom. Holly gives...

Google Street View

Google Street View is a technology that allows you to explore cities, landmarks, natural wonders, and even museums around the world. You can find...

Google Earth Resources

Google has gathered some amazing resources for teachers to use with the Geo tools, including Google Earth.  Titled “Resources for Beginners to...

Typing Spanish Characters on a Chromebook

Any Spanish teacher will tell you they wish there was an easier way to type special Spanish characters when creating content.  There are extensions...

Digital Storytelling: Sample Rubric

When you're ready to assess student digital stories, it will be helpful to use a rubric.  No need to create your own when Kathy Schrock, creator and...

CK-12 Virtual Textbooks: Overview

From the CK-12 YouTube Channel:"is a non-profit organization that creates and aggregates high quality, curated STEM content. Our library includes...

iPad: Accessibility Features You Must Know

This video by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Tech EDGE does an excellent job of outlining all of the great options that exist on the iPad to help...

Microsoft: OneNote Basics & More

Microsoft's OneNote is a powerful, free way to take notes and store all of your important information. Because it's cloud-based, it's always at your...