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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,...

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...

eLearning Lab: Live Workshops

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

PhET: A Brief Introduction

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...

Google Earth: Real World Math

Real World Math is a collection of STEM activities that are used with Google Earth. Go beyond the textbook and engage students in math and science...

Adobe Spark: Eco-Investigation and Endangered Species Activities

Inspire young creators with these awesome lessons and activities in Science and ELA. Give their STEM exploration a boost by having students develop...

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 fantastic resources for teachers to use with the Geo tools, including Google Earth.  Titled “Resources for Beginners...

Create and Graph in Google Sheets

Do you teach K-2? Have you ever thought, "My students just aren't old enough to use Google Sheets," or "I'm not sure I can teach math using the...

15 Science Projects for Book Creator Classrooms

Science teachers - this resource was made for you! This ebook created by Monica Burns, who is a Book Creator ambassador, gives you 15 great science...

What is Sound?

Looking to explore the complicated concept of sound with your students in a meaningful, engaging way? Check out this video from SciShow Kids,...

Kami: Lesson Example for a Physics Classroom

Are you looking for clever ways to use Kami in your classroom? Watch this video tutorial for an example of how Kami can be integrated into...

My Script Calculator 2-Tutorial

Need a calculator with more functionality than your iPhone calculator? MyScript Calculator 2 might be the app for you and your students.  It...

Getting Started with GeoGebra

It can be a challenge to find digital resources for math.  GeoGebra is a great digital tool for engaging students in math concepts. Use this...

EquatIO: How to Use in Google Docs

Creating and using math in digital form can be frustrating and time-consuming.  Thankfully, there is a Google Chrome extension...

EquatIO: How to Use in Google Forms

Creating and using math in digital form can be frustrating and time-consuming.  Thankfully, there is a Google Chrome extension...

Graph of the Week

Graph of the Week is a website created by teacher Kelly Turner. Its mission is compiling activities for math class that would encourage critical...

Teaching Physical Science With Tech

This video from the Ohio Department of Education highlights a teacher who is using technology to help her 9th grade science students learn at their...