Resources

Five Fabulous Questions to Ask Online Learners: A Session for Parents: On-Demand Workshop

Parental involvement plays an instrumental role in the learning process. In this workshop led by Matthew White, Digital Learning Specialist with...

Employability Skills

Indiana’s Employability Skills Standards allow students to be prepared for the ever-changing needs of today’s workforce. These standards, from...

Explore Careers and Prepare for A First Job: A Google Applied Digital Skills Collection

How can we help our students be successful once they leave high school? One way is to ensure they feel prepared for the job force. This collection,...

College Readiness: A Google Applied Digital Skills Collection

Do you have college-bound students? Perhaps you're helping your learners search for colleges online. This collection, created and curated by Google's...

College Planning Timeline

My Future™ helps young adults plan their next steps in life by bringing together the most recently available information about colleges, careers,...

#1000BlackGirlBooks: A Book Campaign

Marley Dias is a purpose-driven 16-year-old founder and author. She founded the #1000BlackGirlBooks campaign because she wanted to read more...

Students as Creators: Using a Green Screen: An On-Demand Workshop

A green screen is a green background that video production teams use to place visual effects later during the post-production phase. Imagine your...

Teacher & Student Privacy Online

Letting your students use online programs in your classroom can raise privacy and digital safety questions. Even though there are filters in place,...

Teachable Machine

Teachable Machine is a web-based tool that makes creating machine learning models fast, easy, and accessible to everyone. Check out this resource for...

Tables in Desmos

Desmos is a free graphing and teaching tool for math available on the web and iOS, and Android. In addition to plotting equations, classroom...

Take Back Your Chrome Tabs

Take a look at your Chrome browser. How many tabs do you have open? If you're like many other educators, you probably have at least ten tabs...

Storyline Online: Stories for Elementary Students

If you are an elementary school teacher looking for straightforward ways to integrate story exploration into your classroom, Storyline Online is a...

Story Maps

A story map is a strategy that uses a graphic organizer to help students learn the elements of a book or story. This Story Maps resource...

Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices: Middle School Self-Paced Course

This self-paced Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices: Middle School course will guide you through the thoughtful inclusion and reflection upon...

Reflection Activity: Roll & Reflect

At times, it can be a struggle to fit time for reflection into a lesson. There is so much to do! Yet, I think we can all agree that including time to...

Record to Slides Extension

There are several workarounds for adding video into Google Slides, but check out the Record to Slides Chrome extension if you're looking to...

Record a Google Meet

Are you using Google Meet and want to record your session? Check out this resource from Mr. Vacca on recording a meeting and where to locate...

SciShow Kids: A Science-Based YouTube Channel for Kids

Young elementary students seem so curious about all the things going on around them. Why not feed that curiosity with this science-based YouTube...

Sharing Student Work in Online Spaces

When students share their work with an authentic audience, their learning takes on new meaning. Because the eyes will see the work of the "real...

SEL Practices in the Remote Classroom

Research tells us that implementing SEL practices aids in both academic and personal growth. Bringing those practices to the remote classroom isn't...