Resources

TEDed Lesson Example: Think

Watch, Think, Dig Deeper, Discuss...The TEDed website makes it really easy to create lessons that get kids thinking. This is an example lesson from...

Introduction to Seesaw

Seesaw is a student-centered portfolio software that allows students to build portfolios easily and share their work with their families. There are...

Google Chrome Features

Google Chrome is a web browser that allows you to access the Internet, but it is also much more.  Understanding how to use the different features in...

Canvas Student View

Ever wonder what students are seeing when they log into your Canvas course?  In this short video, the CanvasLMS team explains how to...

Pear Deck- Create a New Presentation

Blog post on how to create a new Pear Deck with and without the Google Slides Add-On. 

Google Classroom: Add a Co-Teacher

One benefit to using Google Classroom is the ability to add a co-teacher to a class you have created.  Adding co-teachers makes collaboration a...

Flat - Create A Class

Did you know that Flat, the online composing software, allows you to create classes of students? You can manage their assignments, give feedback, and...

What is Your Strongest Intelligence?

Many educators are under the assumption that Gardner's Multiple Intelligences (MI) and learning styles are synonymous; however, MI is a very distinct...

Teaching Coding with Tickle App

If you are looking for an awesome app for the iPad to help your efforts to teach the Hour of code, we suggest you take a look at Tickle. This video,...

16 Maker Projects for Your Classroom

Everyone could use a little inspiration! If you are ready to get your kids producing something original, both you and your students might need some...

Canvas Conferences: Record Lessons Using a Virtual Whiteboard

Canvas Conferences gives teachers the ability to differentiate instruction and  extend the learning environment for students.  This feature...

5 Ways to Make Class Discussions More Exciting

Class discussions are a great way to check for student understanding, give students voice in your classroom, and encourage critical thinking. ...

Setting Up Blogger for Students

Blogger is a fantastic tool for students to document their learning journey, connect their learning, or share evidence of their work.  The difficult...

What is a Vlog?

This blog post gives the basic definition of a vlog and some quick tips to get started.  There are lots of great examples of students becoming...

Team Drives Step-By-Step Guide

When looking for a collaborative space to easily store, search for, and access files that belong to a group of users, look no further than Google...

Why We Need Authentic Assessment

Helping our students gain skills to thrive in a collaborative and changing future is a common goal of any great teacher or parent.  In this blog...

Lesson Example from Common Sense Media: A Creator's Right

This lesson example from Common Sense Media provides a fun activity for students to produce some original work and have a discussion around the...

Canvas Tutorial: Create an Announcement

If you're looking for a quick and easy way to communicate with students and parents inside of Canvas, use the Announcements feature.  You might use...

Research Summary: Using Video to Connect Learning

Learners need to connect to new information and make it part of their individual story. This resource is a quick snapshot that provides quotes and...

Google Chrome Browser Profiles

It is common to have more than one Google account.  Having multiple Google accounts can help keep work and personal information, contacts, and...