Resources

8 Steps to Great Digital Storytelling

While it's important for students to become creators of content rather than just consumers, the steps to get them creating a quality product are not...

16 Ideas for Student Projects in Google

As educators, we often think of all the ways we can use Google Workspace Apps for instruction. Yes, you can make a worksheet "digital" by designing...

12 Tips For Students To Manage Their Digital Footprints

Do your students understand the wide-reaching effects of improper online behavior? Do we talk enough about creating positive online portfolios?...

Prodigy: An Overview

Prodigy is a free, adaptive math game that integrates common-core math (grades 1-8) and a gamified learning experience.In this video tutorial from...

YouTube's Royalty-Free Audio Library

Did you know that YouTube isn't just for watching and sharing videos? In fact, YouTube has many useful features that make it a wonderful creation...

YouTube Editing Features: Enhancements

YouTube isn't just for watching and consuming video content. What most people don't realize is that YouTube actually has an entire video creation and...

Witeboard

Are you an educator in search of a digital whiteboard? Witeboard is a free, easy-to-use whiteboard that has several great elements such as the...

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...

Wakelet: Read Mode

Wakelet is an amazing content curation and digital collaboration tool. Realizing there are many diverse learners with specific needs, the Wakelet...

Symbaloo: An Overview

In today's blended learning environment, students are often bombarded with websites assigned by their teachers. With a tool like Symbaloo, you can...

SAMR Scenarios: Can You Identify the Level?

Think you've got a handle on SAMR? Perhaps you're new to this topic. This resource is just for you! Franklin Township Schools Technology Integration...

PhET: Interactive Science & Math Simulations

The University of Colorado Boulder has created a website that allows students of all ages to simulate experiments in Physics, Biology, Earth Science,...

Create a Story with Scratch

Scratch is an online community that allows students to create stories, games, and animations using a simple block-based coding language. It's a...

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...

Google Forms and "Never Fail" Quizzes

This video demonstrates how to use the "Go to section based on answer" feature of Google Forms to offer students automated, digital re-teaching...

Crash Course Kids: An Educational YouTube Channel

This YouTube channel, inspired by brothers John Green (yes, the author!) and his brother Hank, is an upper-elementary version of their original...

Cornell Notes: An Introduction and Templates

The term "Cornell Notes" refers to a popular note-taking system, created by Walter Pauk, an education professor at Cornell University. Cornell Notes...

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...

iMovie Support

iMovie is a video editing software for iOS and macOS devices. It's an excellent tool for encouraging creativity in students using Apple devices. This...

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...