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Google My Maps

You're probably familiar with Google Maps, but what about Google My Maps? My Maps is an interactive, collaborative map-making tool from Google that...

Diversity & Inclusion

Having uncomfortable discussions with students can be challenging. Although that is true, students need to learn about the history and culture of...

Learning for Justice: Professional Development Webinars

Learning for Justice is an online resource aimed at providing K-12 educators with the knowledge, resources, and lesson ideas for teaching and...

Seterra Game Modes

Are you a social studies or science teacher in search of a game-based platform for your learners to practice their map skills? Seterra is a...

Seterra

Seterra is a geography and anatomy map quiz site that can be used from any web browser to explore the world. Students (and teachers) can learn about...

Newsela Certified Educator Course

If you love using Newsela with your students, becoming a Newsela Certified Educator may be just the thing for you. This self-paced course provides...

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...

CNN10

CNN10 (formerly CNN Student News) is a daily video newscast produced by CNN10 with anchor Carl Azuz. The program is designed specifically for middle...

The Ultimate Collection of Jamboard Templates

Jamboard is a digital whiteboard that lets even far-flung teams sketch out ideas and save them in the cloud so they can be accessed on any device....

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...

Interactive Media Bias Chart

This Interactive Media Bias Chart® is a data visualization that displays measures of news (and “news-like”) articles and sources generated by...

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 that turns 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,...