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Seesaw Icons

Seesaw icons are a great way to make activity instructions more visual and easier for students to follow. Check out this resource for thirty-three...

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...

PROVEN Resources

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

How to Cite Sources and Create a Bibliography in Google Docs

Creator of the blog Free Technology for Teachers, Richard Bryne, has created a video to help make your Google Doc into a well polished, linked...

Scholastic Story Starters

Scholastic Story Starters from Scholastic is a fun, interactive tool that generates writing prompts with direction on character, plot, and setting....

Creating Accessible Social Media Posts

Ensuring that our learning materials are accessible for all students is always important, but even more vital during remote learning when all forms...

KidNuz

Podcasts are one of the biggest crazes right now. There are podcasts for fitness, true crime, and more. What podcasts are okay for students,...

QR Codes - Definition, Scanning, Generating

Have you been to a restaurant recently that isn't handing out physical menus? Instead, they may be using QR codes. What is a QR code? Check out this...

How to Upload a Photo to a Google Classroom Assignment

Is your teacher asking you to take a picture of your work and submit it via Google Classroom? This video resource will walk you through how to...

Mindmeister: Create First Mind Map Tutorial

Mind mapping is not a new concept, but Mindmeister takes it to a whole new level.  Mindmeister makes concept or mind mapping much easier to...

How to Share your Google Calendar with Someone

Google Calendar allows you to quickly schedule events and meetings and get reminders about upcoming activities. Sharing your calendar with family,...

How to Create a New Google Calendar

Google Calendar is a time-management and scheduling powerhouse. Within it, you can create multiple calendars to keep track of different types of...

Make Beliefs Comix

Comic strips are a great option for having students display and extend their knowledge, and Make Beliefs Comix is a website that walks...

ReadWriteThink Student Interactives

ReadWriteThink is an amazing database of standards-aligned Language Arts lesson plans and resources for K-12. Their Student Interactives provide...

Edulastic: Using Images in Questions

Edulastic is a digital, formative assessment tool that provides instant feedback for teachers. You can choose from Edulastic's standard-aligned...

How to Create Comic Strips in Google Slides

Allowing students to create comic strips is a great way for them to demonstrate and extend their knowledge, and Google Slides can help you facilitate...

Live Streaming in Google Meet

Google Meet is a great tool for when you want to meet with others in a virtual space. What if you want someone to view a session, but not be able to...

Online Voice Recorder

The use of audio in the virtual space is very helpful. There are many places to record your voice. We recommend using this resource, Online Voice...

How to Share Your Screen in Google Meet

Google Meet is a great platform to meet with others synchronously in the virtual environment. We love how someone can present their screen to share...

Unsplash | Photos & Backgrounds

Looking for freely usable images on the web? Look no further! Unsplash is a website dedicated to sharing stock photography under the Unsplash...