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Screencastify Submit & Google Classroom Integration

Screencastify Submit and Google Classroom have partnered up to help you make the most of both platforms! Check out this resource for an overview of...

Sketchnoting: Ideas to Use in Your Classroom

Sketchnoting, or visual note-taking, is a way for learners to create their own customized notes by combining images, graphics, and structure. This...

Sketchnoting: An Overview

Sketchnoting, or visual note-taking, is a way for learners to create their own customized notes by combining images, graphics, and structure.This...

One-Pagers: Getting Started

One-pagers are single-page responses that provide a visual and text-based overview of what a student has learned. By mixing imagery and language,...

Add Audio in Google Slides with mote

mote is a Chrome extension that allows you to easily add voice comments and feedback to Docs, Slides, Google Classroom, and more. A new feature...

Record to Slides Extension

There are several workarounds for adding video into Google Slides, but if you're looking to streamline your processes, check out the Record to Slides...

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...

YiNote

In this day and age, we are pretty certain you are assigning videos in some way for your learners to watch. How do you promote active watching?...

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...

The Fast and the Curious EduProtocol

EduProtocols are reusable lesson frames which are great for nearly all learners and content areas. This particular protocol, The Fast and the...

Article of the Week: Deeper Reading and Writing

If you've been looking for a new way to help readers and writers build their critical thinking skills, look no further than Kelly Gallagher's...

Digital End of Semester Final Products

Stumped over how to assess your students at the end of the semester, especially virtually? Check out these amazing ideas from Matt Miller of Ditch...

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...

Adding GIFs in Slides for Student Check-ins

Are you looking for a different way to check-in with your students? Using GIFs in Google Slides is a fun and engaging approach for any aged...

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...

Googley Activities for Primary Students

Eric Curts with Control Alt Achieve presents this resource, which includes nineteen activities and templates in Google Slides, Sheets,...

Popplet Tutorial for Beginners

Are you in search of a free collaborative mind mapping and graphic organizer tool? You need to check out Popplet! Popplet is Chromebook and iPad...