Resources

RemNote for Note-taking

RemNote is an incredible note-taking tool that helps you remember and organize what you learn.With RemNote, you have the ability to create...

Kami: An Introduction

Kami is a web and extension based PDF and Document annotation/markup tool that works with Google Drive,  Google Classroom, Schoology, and Canvas....

YiNote

In this day and age, we are pretty certain you are assigning videos in some way for your learners to watch. How do you promote active watching?...

Thin Slides EduProtocol

EduProtocols are reusable lesson frames that are great for nearly all learners and content areas. This particular protocol, Thin Slides, is a fun way...

Google Scholar: An Introduction

If you are tired of seeing Wikipedia be the go-to spot for student research, Google Scholar might help. Google has created this search site...

CS First for Parents and Guardians

CS First is a free computer science curriculum from Google that makes coding easy to teach and fun to learn. Check out this resource for tips and fun...

Getting Started with Epic!

Create a classroom account for Epic! books. This is a free digital library for students and classroom teachers with thousands of books that can be...

Schoology Overview for Instructors

Welcome to Schoology's Getting Started Guide! In this resource, you will find an explanation of the different areas of your Schoology account. Read...

Create a TikTok-style Experience with Google Slides

Capitalizing on the excitement many of our students have about TikTok may seem unlikely in the classroom setting, but this post from Matt Miller's...

Pear Deck Attendance Templates

Are you looking for ways to take attendance during virtual learning? Do you love Pear Deck? This resource, created by Amanda Sandoval, includes...

Article of the Week: Deeper Reading and Writing

If you've been looking for a new way to help readers and writers build their critical thinking skills, look no further than Kelly Gallagher's...

Historypin: Add A Pin

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

Twitter: A Beginner's Guide for Educators

Many educators are reluctant to use social media for educational and professional purposes. They see social media as a personal tool that can only...

60 Ways Math Teachers Can Use Google Classroom

Google Classroom is a powerful tool for any grade level and subject area. Alice Keeler, a former high school math teacher and Google expert, has...

Thinkio

Thinkio is a free and simple tool to help teachers redesign worksheets for the digital space. Teachers can share, view, and grade, all within the...

Nearpod's Live Whiteboard

Nearpod is an interactive learning tool that allows the teacher to create engaging lessons. Students can work at their own pace or in a live lesson...

Online Voice Recorder

The use of audio in our classrooms can be beneficial for many reasons, and there are many platforms to record your voice. Online Voice Recorder is...

Deck Toys: An Introduction

Are you looking for a way to add student choice, differentiation, and gamification to your lessons? Look no further than Deck Toys! Appropriate for...

Microsoft: OneDrive Basics

Microsoft's cloud storage service, OneDrive, is a great way to save and easily access files. In this tutorial, learn how you can use Microsoft...

How Does Pear Deck Work?

Pear Deck is an Add-On for Google Slides and Powerpoint Online that allows you to make your presentations more interactive and engaging for your...