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Getting Started with Kahoot!

Are you ready to gamify learning in your classroom? Discover the impact of engagement with Kahoot! Kahoot! is a free game-based learning...

2020 Math Frameworks

Translating standards into high-quality instruction can be a daunting task. This collection contains the Mathematics frameworks from the Indiana...

2020 Literacy Frameworks

Translating standards into high-quality instruction can be a daunting task. This collection contains the Literacy frameworks from the Indiana...

Neurodiversity

A comprehensive set of resources and on-demand videos covering various areas of neurodiversity. This collection aims to provide valuable information...

Get Your Teach On: Special Education

This collection contains a series of workshops, from the team at Get Your Teach On, aimed at special education educators.

Training Camp Series

Through partnerships with the College Football Playoff Foundation, 2022 College Football Playoff Indianapolis Host Committee, and the Indiana Sports...

Kami Collection

View resources in this collection to learn more about Kami, a PDF annotation Google extension. Kami allows for seamless collaboration and transition...

Brunchables Livestream Event

This INLearning Partnership livestream event consists of a series of workshops that center around creating powerful and accessible learning...

PD Playbook - Universal Design for Learning (June 2022)

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework developed by CAST which gives all students equal opportunities to succeed. This collection...

Lesson Idea: Digital Book Tasting

In this lesson, students will have the opportunity to sample or “taste” a variety of selected texts to expand on their reading horizons.Grade...

HyperDocs: Getting Started

Hyperwhat? A HyperDoc is an interactive way to package learning and replace the worksheet method of delivering instruction. It's so much more than a...

2021 IN the LEAD Conference

The 2021 IN the LEAD Conference, sponsored by Keep Indiana Learning, Indiana Department of Education (IDOE), and the Educational Service Centers...

Social Studies Resources

This collection contains resources for social studies teachers, including interactive games, current events articles, digital tools, and professional...

Lesson Idea: Retell a Fable

Students will read the fable The Contest Between the Sun and the Wind and sequence the events of the story. Then, they will orally retell the story...

Lesson Idea: Metaphors for a Movement

Students will identify the metaphors in Let Freedom Sing by Vanessa Newton, then create a new metaphor they identify with the Civil Rights movement...

Lesson Idea: Responding to Visual Arts

Students will respond to visual art by applying criteria to evaluate artistic work. Grade Level: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12Subject Area: Fine ArtsFor a...

Lesson Idea: Compare and Contrast Characters in a Story

Students will compare and contrast the lives of two cousins in the book Dear Primo: A Letter to My Cousin by Duncan Tonatiuh. They will then relate...

Lesson Idea: Making Predictions in a Story

Students will read Catch that Goat!: A Market Day in Nigeria and make predictions about what will happen next in the story.Grade Level: K-2Subject...

Lesson Idea: You Can Quote Me On That

The purpose of this lesson is to have students learn about an important figure in the content area. This lesson could be used to learn new...

Lesson Idea: Visual Music

This lesson will focus on how students analyzing a piece of music through musical elements and visualization can reinforce their working definitions...