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iFake Text Message

Looking for a new spin on storytelling? Perhaps you're looking for a great way to create clues for Breakout EDU, or your wanting students to have two...

Instagram Stories with Google Slides

Matt Miller from Ditch That Textbook is at it again! Check out this resource for a template in Google Slides that walks you through how to create an...

Video Conferencing Etiquette

Are you meeting with others virtually? Navigating synchronous learning through the virtual space can be difficult. Check out this resource for a few...

Getting to Know You | Google Slides Template Activity

Are you looking for a resource that can help you learn more about your students and build relationships with them in the virtual space? Check out...

Gimkit Overview

Are you looking for a game-based resources that students beg you to keep playing? Insert Gimkit! This tool, which was created by a high school...

Setting up a Vacation Responder in Gmail

Do you often have a flood of emails that come in at all times of the day? There is a setting in Gmail that you can turn on when you are detaching...

Distance Learning in K-2

Distance learning definitely presents new challenges for educators and students. Those challenges can sometimes feel magnified for those early...

10 Ways Parents Can Bring SEL Home

Focusing on the social-emotional needs of our students is always important, but the disruption in routine that learning remotely can bring might make...

SEL for Parents

This video from CASEL and Chicago Public School explains to parents how schools are focusing on the social-emotional learning and ways that parents...

Glow and Grow Reflection Strategy

In a virtual setting, we have to be intentional when it comes to students reflecting on their learning.  This simple protocol is great for learning...

20 Seesaw ideas with Chromebooks for K-12 classes

Seesaw is a digital platform where teachers of all grade levels and content areas can create learning tasks and assignments for students. The...

How to Use Zoom Breakout Rooms

Zoom's breakout rooms allow you to split your Zoom meeting up into separate sessions. Students can utilize these breakout rooms for small group...

Google Arts and Culture - An Introduction

Google Arts and Culture is a non-profit project that works with artists and cultural institutions from all over the world to bring art and culture to...

Fake Social Media for the Classroom

Using features of social media can be a great way to engage students in your class content. It's a language in which they are fluent. However,...

Getting Started with Jamboard

Jamboard is an interactive digital whiteboard that allows you to sketch, doodle, annotate, add images, and collaborate with peers in real-time. It's...

Class Dojo: Big Ideas Empathy Series

Watch this series of videos from Class Dojo with your students and facilitate discussion with related activities for social-emotional learning. Each...

Class Dojo Big Ideas Growth Mindset Series

Watch this series of videos from Class Dojo with your students and facilitate discussion with related activities for social-emotional learning. Each...

Social and Emotional Learning in Math

The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) developed five core social emotional learning standards to foster the...

HyperDoc Templates and Lessons for Younger Students

When you start exploring the idea of HyperDocs, it's helpful to see examples of what others have already created.  However, it's sometimes difficult...

Google Slides: Live Closed Captions

Google Slides now has a feature that uses your device's built-in microphone to record your voice as you are lecturing and creates live closed...