Resources

Graspable Math

Graspable Math is a free tool that allows teachers to assign tasks to students. Learners can see live feedback of their step-by-step work, move and...

GooseChase Scavenger Hunts

GooseChase is an online platform that helps you run real-world scavenger hunts. In this video, you'll get a quick overview of the tool and how easy...

Google Workspace: Signing In

The Global Google Educator Group has created a series of video tutorials for students covering various Google topics called the Google Junior...

Google Workspace: Producing Accessible Content

Producing accessible content for all learners is something that often gets overlooked. Luckily, Google Workspace has several tools that help make...

HyperDocs vs. Documents With Links

A common misconception many people have when they first learn about HyperDocs is that it's just a document with hyperlinks.  In actuality, true...

Using ClassroomScreen to Focus the Room

ClassroomScreen is an amazing freemium tool that can make tasks such as starting the day, transitions, and independent work much easier and...

Extra Yard for Teachers Summit: Making Educational Magic with Music & The Great Debate

The Extra Yard for Teachers Summit is the College Football Playoff Foundation’s annual flagship event designed to empower and inspire educators...

Extra Yard for Teachers Summit: The Game of Rigor

The Extra Yard for Teachers Summit is the College Football Playoff Foundation’s annual flagship event designed to empower and inspire educators...

Extra Yard for Teachers Summit: Revolutionary School Culture: The 6 Principles of Unlocking Your School's Hidden Treasure

The Extra Yard for Teachers Summit is the College Football Playoff Foundation’s annual flagship event designed to empower and inspire educators...

Extra Yard for Teachers Summit: Afternoon Session

The Extra Yard for Teachers Summit is the College Football Playoff Foundation’s annual flagship event designed to empower and inspire educators...

9 Games To Help Your Child Develop and Improve Self-Reflection

Self-reflection is where so much of our learning and growth happens. When we reflect, we consciously think about our thoughts, feelings, and actions....

Canva Screen Recording

Calling all Canva fans! There is a new screen-recording and video-editing option in Canva that you and your students are going to love. Check out...

Kids Listen

Learning auditorially from a podcast is becoming more and more popular amongst adults. What about our students, however? Kids Listen an...

IDOE Frameworks in the Learning Lab

Are you an educator searching for the IDOE Frameworks? Check out this video, which describes how to:00:40 Locate and share the frameworks02:10 Open a...

PhET: A Brief Introduction

Looking for a FREE way to make STEM learning come alive for your students?  PhET Interactive Solutions, created by The University of Colorado...

Perusall: A Social Reading Experience

How often do you assign text for students to read, only to discover that a small portion of your class completed the assignment? A team of four...

Open Education Resource for World Languages

Are you a world language teacher in search of free materials for your students? Perhaps you're a parent wanting to support your learner's language...

My Script Calculator 2: A Tutorial

Need a calculator with more functionality than your iPhone calculator? MyScript Calculator 2 might be the app for you and your students.  It...

MindMeister: Create Your First Mind Map Tutorial

Mind mapping is generally not seen as a new concept. However, MindMeister takes this concept to a whole new level by making mind mapping...

Manipulatives: Solve Me Math Mobiles

Research confirms that using math manipulatives engages students and provides deeper understandings. However, traditionally, these tools can be...