Resources

Which One Doesn't Belong?

Which One Doesn't Belong is a website, created by Mary Bourassa, that provides thought-provoking puzzles for math students. Each puzzle provides four...

Historypin: Create a Collection

Historypin, the user-generated archive of historical photos, videos, and audio recordings, is an excellent tool to connect students to historical...

Instagram Stories with Google Slides

Matt Miller of 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...

If-Then Adventure Stories

Google's Applied Digital Skills curriculum is chock-full of significant projects, like this introductory unit "If-Then Adventure Stories" using...

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...

How to Use Zoom Breakout Rooms

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

How to Share and Embed Wakelet Collections

Wakelet is a curation tool that allows accessible communication and collaboration. It truly is a one-stop-shop because it connects with different...

How to Make a YouTube Playlist

Did you know that you can create playlists on your YouTube channel so that a series of videos are all connected to one another? This video will...

How to Make a YouTube Channel

You are likely using YouTube to curate educational videos to share with your students. However, that's only half the power of using YouTube in the...

Introducing the ChromeVox Screen Reader on Chromebooks

Chromebooks have a built-in screen reader called ChromeVox, which enables people with visual impairments to use the Chrome operating system. Check...

Link to Text Fragment Extension

Do you want to direct your learners to a specific section on a webpage? Then, this extension is the answer for you! Link to Fragment Text allows...

Listenwise

How often do you listen to and learn from podcasts? Learning from audio sources such as podcasts and audiobooks is prevalent in today's society. But,...

Logging Students In on Epic!

This short tutorial will help guide you in how to log students into Epic!  Epic! is a free digital library for students and classroom teachers...

Make Beliefs Comix

Comic strips are an excellent option for having students display and extend their knowledge, and Make Beliefs Comix is a website that walks...

BookSnaps with Google Tools

BookSnaps are an engaging way to bring the popularity of social media tools, like Snapchat, into the classroom for engaging learning experiences. A...

Book Tastings with Book Creator

Book Tastings are a fantastic way to introduce your students to a group of books in the hopes that one will spark their interest. Think of it as a...

Automatic Subtitles and Captions with Kapwing

Are you looking for a way for your students to receive closed captions on videos you create? This video tutorial is exactly what you need! In this...

What is a Vlog?

Are you familiar with vlogging? Vlogging has becoming increasingly popular over the past several years. It's a great tool for students and teachers!...

Virtual Manipulatives

Virtual manipulatives offer students a dynamic visual representation of abstract concepts to help them make meaning and see relationships. These...

Infographics with Piktochart

Are you looking to make your content more visually appealing? Piktochart allows students and staff to easily create beautiful graphs and dazzling...