Resources

#INLovesReading Through Purposeful Play Preview

This workshop will preview the upcoming spring professional development series. The principles of the Science of Reading will be broken down into...

WIDA Standards Rollout Levels I & II Recap PD Session

IDOE hosts this session guiding participants through Levels I and II of the WIDA Standards Rollout Outline. This session is intended for any educator...

Google Slides: Build a Snowman Template

If you're looking for a way to help your students learn and use Google Slides in an interactive way, this Build a Snowman template, created by Eric...

Virtual Learning Day Guidance

Educators and parents need to be ready for at-home virtual learning with inclement weather and potential days for remote learning. View this resource...

Making Meetings Meaningful

We’ve all struggled with the feedback from teachers about a meeting that could’ve been an email, but there are ways to ensure that your teachers...

The Social Studies Classroom with iCivics

iCivics is a free, non-partisan civic education tool filled with high-quality, engaging resources for teachers and students across the nation. From...

99math

If you're looking for a gamified approach to math, 99math is a free tool you and your students will love! In this resource from Matt Bergman, you'll...

From Cheating to Innovating

This session is a part of the Encore LIVE workshop series, highlighting some of the best sessions from the 2022 Summer of Learning Conferences.Are...

Partnering with Parents

Catherine Whitcher leads this workshop, from the Get Your Teach On: Special Education Educators series, will cover three strategies you can implement...

Campus Culture

Todd Nesloney leads this workshop, from the Get Your Teach On: Leaders series, which will cover 5 ways to build a strong campus culture all year...

Authentic Literacy Lesson: Showing Students How to Package Their Reading into a Gift

Part I of Reading and Writing for Real: Discover ways your students can hone real-world skills and improve literacy by reading and writing to family,...

Mathematics Learning Recovery: Part 1-Content Prioritization & Planning

While students are stabilizing and recovering from the academic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, many educators are looking for the best ways to...

Native American Heritage Month Resources

On this Google Site, you'll find Slide decks to help celebrate and learn the histories and contributions of Native people. Each deck contains key...

Authentic Literacy Lesson: The Great Thanksgiving Listen

Part II of Reading and Writing for Real: Teach your students the power of literacy via interviewing and listening skills, outlined in the Indiana...

National Museum of the American Indian: Lessons & Resources

The National Museum of the American Indian houses are number of educational resources and classroom lessons on their website aimed at increasing the...

How to Inspire Gratitude in Students

November and Thanksgiving are often times when we share what we are grateful for. Practicing gratitude shouldn’t just be relegated to one month or...

Gratitude Templates and Resources

Learners of all ages can benefit from practicing gratitude. Ana Rynders, Professional Development Specialist at Five Star Tech and Kami Hero, has...

Creating an Innovative and Entrepreneurial Mindset in the High School Classroom Through Innovate WithIN

In this session, participants will learn about the 2023 Innovate WithIN High School Pitch Competition. This is the largest and most elite High School...

Loom: Adjust Your Privacy Settings

In this resource from the Loom team, learn more about how to share your Loom video.Need a Loom account? Click here to create yours today!...

Loom: Editing and Sharing Videos

In this resource from the Loom Team, learn how to record a presentation using Loom. New to recording your lesson and overview videos, check out these...