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What is Code.org?

Code.org and Hour of Code have inspired millions to try coding. They've introduced computer science courses in hundreds of thousands of...

Izzit

What Izzit?  Izzit is an instructional resource website filled with interactive components for students and educators in multiple subject areas....

A Teacher's Introduction to Actively Learn

Actively Learn is a freemium online education platform that allows students to read a book (or some other document), make comments, answer questions...

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...

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,...

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...

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...

PRISM from Rose-Hulman

PRISM is an online database of STEM resources that have been standards-aligned and put into a searchable database that is free to access by all...

Kahoot, What is it?

Kahoot? No, it is not a silly word that is fun to say.  Kahoot is a game-based learning platform that engages its participants.  It's...

20 Seesaw ideas with Chromebooks for K-12 classes

Seesaw lets students create, reflect and share. It’s not just for elementary classes and iPads. This resource by Matt Miller shows how K-12 classes...

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...

Design School: Canva in the Classroom

Canva makes graphic design amazingly simple for everyone by bringing together a drag-and-drop design tool with a library of more than 1 million stock...

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...

PHET: Engage your Students with Simulations

Looking for a FREE way to make STEM learning come alive for your students?  PhET Interactive Solutions provides a hands-on opportunity for you to...

Deck Toys: Gamify Your Lesson

Are you looking for a way to gamify your lesson? Deck Toys is a simple solution that allows you to add your own content, activities, and checks for...

Deck Toys: Beyond the Basics

In this video by Technology for Teachers and Students, learn all of the ins and outs of Deck Toys. This thorough tutorial shows you how toCreate an...

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...