Resources

Google Slides: Reading Recordings

Have you ever thought, "My students just aren't old enough to use Google Slides?" or "I'm not sure I can foster strong reading skills using the...

Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences

This overview video examines all 8 of the established and widely accepted ways that we learn and problem-solve.  Gardner's MI theory supports...

John Kotter: The Heart of Change

Have you ever had a great idea, but other just didn't seem to be interested? Trying to get a group of people move into action can be difficult. This...

Using Your Chromebook Trackpad

The trackpad, or mouse, on your Chromebook is a powerful part of your device.  With just the touch of your finger(s), you can perform many useful...

Interventions: A Multi-Tiered Approach

See how Response to Interventions (RtI) is implemented in a school with this video from Edutopia.  RtI is a multi-tiered approach to student...

Tinkercad-Tutorial 3D Models for beginners

With so many digital tools, it probably seems overwhelming to teach students to create 3D Models.  Tinkercad allows teachers to engage students...

Hummingbird Bit: Project Resources

Looking for project ideas to share with your students? If so, be sure to check out the Birdbrain Technologies project resources page. Here you will...

Effective Elements of Blended and Online Course Design

The infographic visually lists and explains five aspects of effective blended and online course design.  As design is often overlooked or...

Squid-Digital Notetaking

Sometimes a keyboard isn't enough and you simply want your students to use a pen and paper.  Squid allows for this functionality on a variety of...

WeVideo for Education: What are Shared Projects?

Shared projects are ideal for students working independently in a common project. Learn how to get the most out of shared projects in WeVideo.For...

Cue | Applied Robotics Curriculum

Wonder Workshop has created an Applied Robotics Curriculum which includes creative writing, game design, and innovation. In this advanced curriculum,...

Multiple Intelligences are not Learning Styles

Many educators are under the assumption that Gardner's Multiple Intelligences (MI) and learning styles are synonymous; however, this resource brings...

Google Docs: Table of Contents

Google Docs is a word processing tool that, while very similar in layout to Microsoft Word, has additional features that make sharing and...

Students as Producers: A Student Perspective

Student-centered learning has become a buzz word in education these days, but have you taken the time to think about how that fits into your teaching...

What is Raspberry Pi?

Raspberry Pi the tiny computer that powers pi-top[3].  Watch this video to learn a little about Raspberry Pi. At the 29 second mark, instead of...

Dash and Dot: Cross-Curricular Lesson Library

This is your one-stop-shop to the integration of your robots into your already packed curriculum.  Explore the 15 pages of cross-curricular...

Edpuzzle: YouTube Chrome Extension

This resource shows you how to quickly access and create an Edpuzzle when you are searching in YouTube. Click here to get the Chrome extension.

Edpuzzle: An Introduction & Overview

As educators know, formative assessment is one of the most effective ways to help students learn.  But how can we assess student learning in a...

Toontastic-Digital Storytelling

 Toontastic is a great tool to utilize for Digital storytelling.  This resource will teach you how to use Toontastic.  As...

Google Earth: Google Lit Trips

Google Lit Trips is a nonprofit organization that is not affiliated with or sponsored by Google. They have created “3D literary field trips where...