Resources

Exemplar Google Sites Collection

Google Sites is a free, easy-to-use web page creation tool, but knowing where to get started or the possibilities can be tricky. If you're looking...

EVERFI: Digital Lessons for Your Classroom

EVERFI's online courses cover the critical life skills students need to be successful - college and career readiness, health and wellness, financial...

Evaluating Your HyperDocs Rubric

HyperDocs have become a popular way to package digital learning for students.  And because of this popularity, there are so many different...

Ethical Content Curation

Curation is king in an online world of boundless information.  Luckily there are guidelines, or a Curator's Code, to keep you from becoming a...

Essential Graphic Design Principles

Have you ever attended a conference session or workshop and were overwhelmed by the presenter's slides? We've all been there! Perhaps you've looked...

EquatIO: How to Use in Google Forms

Creating and using math in digital form can be frustrating and time-consuming. Thankfully, a Google Chrome extension called EquatIO makes...

Equatio: An Introduction

Are you an educator searching for a better way to add mathematical symbols, chemistry compounds, or physics formulas to your digital documents? You...

Eight Picture Books to Teach Digital Citizenship

As facilitators of learning, we often want to pair picture books and reading with learning. Eleni Kyritsis and Matt...

Edulastic: Using Images in Questions

Edulastic is a digital, formative assessment tool that provides instant feedback for teachers. You can choose from Edulastic's standards-aligned...

Educandy

Educandy is a website that allows teachers to quickly and easily build simple games for vocabulary or basic content practice. Manually enter word...

Edublogs: Blogging with Students

Blogging can be a powerful tool to improve student writing and increase engagement. However, it can be a little daunting for a teacher with no...

Push Content to Students' Slides

Leveraging Google Slides as a journal is popular in classrooms. Educators often wonder how they can push new content to their learners, however,...

Blended Learning for Parents

This video from Matt White, Digital Learning Specialist at the IDOE, provides an overview for parents and defines what blended learning truly is.

Freckle by Renaissance: Viewing as a Student

Are you an educator or parent in search of a website that can help your student(s) learn and practice math, english/language arts, science, and/or...

Freckle by Renaissance: An Introduction

Are you an educator or parent in search of a website that can help your student(s) learn and practice math, English/language arts, science, and/or...

Freckle by Renaissance: Assigning Assignments

Are you an educator in search of a website that can help your students learn and practice math, english/language arts, science, and/or social studies...

CleanUp.Pictures

Do you have a copyright-free image that is nearly perfect? Perhaps there's an unwanted blemish, text, or object that you wish you could remove. You...

Classkick: Student Toolbar

Classkick is a tool that allows teachers to upload or create their content, including text, pictures, videos, or links, and share it with their...

Whiteboard.chat: Basic Functions

Whiteboard.chat is a free collaborative digital whiteboard that can house a combination of video, text, annotation and more! Teachers can connect up...

Wide Open School: An Overview

Wide Open School is a free collection of online learning experiences and activities for kids brought to you by Common Sense. All resources are...