Resources

Digital Escape Rooms

Digital escape rooms are among the latest and greatest ideas for creative problem-solving opportunities for students. With this resource from Ditch...

Digital Compass for Teaching Digital Citizenship

Knowing how to be a good digital citizen is critical in today's world, but teaching how isn't always easy. Digital Compass, a free resource from...

Digital Citizenship: 10 Videos for K–5 Classrooms

From an early age, students need to start learning healthy media habits. In this resource, Common Sense Education has created and curated ten...

Digital Citizenship Week with Common Sense

Digital Citizenship Week is a great time to spotlight topics that impact our students' social and emotional well-being and leave a lasting footprint....

Distraction Free YouTube Videos

Are you wanting to assign a YouTube video to your students but don't want the ads, distractions, or an unrelated video to play next?...

Diversity & Inclusion

Having uncomfortable discussions with students can be challenging. Although that is true, students need to learn about the history and culture of...

DocStickers with Google Keep

Add digital stickers right into your students' work on Google Docs with the nifty new integration features from Google Keep!  Students don't...

Doing a Project vs Project Based Learning

Doing a project at the end of a unit is not the same as project-based learning.  Because these two ideas frequently get confused, PBL...

Drag-and-Drop Audio for Foreign Language

Listening activities are a cornerstone of foreign language classes, and technology and online formats open up a new world of possibilities. This...

Dan Meyer's Three-Act Math Tasks

Math students often ask, "When am I ever going to use this in real life?" Without real-world connections, students can disengage or struggle to find...

Dallas Symphony Orchestra: Elementary Music Lesson Ideas

From the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, this website is a great place to find lesson plans and resources for teaching music in the elementary classroom....

Case Conferences: Article 7 Annotated

Preparing for case conferences requires an incredible amount of organization and prep work. If you're unfamiliar with Article 7, it is the full...

Case Conferences: Sample Virtual IEP Meeting Agenda

Navigating Individualized Education Program, or IEP, meetings can prove to be difficult, especially in the virtual space. Use this sample meeting...

ESSA: One-Pager For Families

This resource, provided by the Indiana Department of Education, provides a general overview of the Indiana Alternate Assessment for families. Learn...

ESSA: Alternate Assessment Information for Families

Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is a federal law that requires state testing once a year. Learn more about ESSA and the differences between a...

Pre-teaching Vocabulary: Inductive Vocab Teaching

Pre-teaching vocabulary is an essential part of the learning cycle. Oftentimes, we as educators believe this scaffold is important only for English...

Google Forms: Locked Mode in Quizzes

Thanks to the 2019 update, teachers can now use locked mode in Google Forms to keep students focused and distraction-free during tests and quizzes!...

Google Forms: Beyond the Basics

Google Forms is a digital tool that allows you to create documents to collect answers or data from a group. In this on-demand workshop, you will...

Creating a YouTube Channel for your Classroom

YouTube is designed so you can create multiple channels under a single account. This is perfect if you teach multiple classes during the day and want...

Creating a Story in Sutori

Sutori is an online tool that creates presentations for the classroom in a unique timeline format. Teachers and students can create projects,...