Resources

Microsoft PowerPoint: Slide Layouts

PowerPoint is Microsoft's visual slide presentation software. This resource will introduce you to the Slide Master and how you can adjust themes and...

Microsoft PowerPoint: Presenter View

PowerPoint is Microsoft's visual slide presentation software. This resource will walk you through various instances that you may encounter or desire...

Microsoft PowerPoint: Insert Pictures

PowerPoint is Microsoft's visual slide presentation software. This resource will walk you through how to insert a picture into your PowerPoint...

Microsoft OneNote: Accessibility Learning Tools

Microsoft's OneNote, along with several other of their flagship programs such as Word and Powerpoint, has introduced useful learning tools aimed at...

Microsoft Office: Outlook

In this day and age, where would we be without email? This resource from the Microsoft Office suite will teach you how to get your Outlook inbox set...

Mathigon Courses

Mathigon is an interactive math course website designed for many different students and mathematical subjects. These courses are designed for...

Mathigon Activities

Mathigon is an interactive math course website designed for students on mathematical subjects. You can also find stand-alone, content-based...

Math SAT Prep

Knowing how to prepare our students for standardized tests like the SAT is a big task. This resource from the Indiana Department of Education...

Making Text Connections

Having students make connections to their learning is critical. As facilitators of our students' learning, we can deepen their understanding by...

6 Ways to Use Digital Storytelling in the Classroom

Many students use digital storytelling to demonstrate their knowledge and ability to write narrative stories. However, the power of digital...

Machine Learning for Kids

Machine learning (ML) is all around us. We use machine learning systems every day - such as spam filters, recommendation engines, language...

Mac Accessibility Features

Sometimes computers need to be adjusted to fit the needs of the user.  This resource focuses on many of the accessibility features on a Mac...

5 Tips for Interactive Meetings with Q&A and Polls

Are you looking to increase interactivity in your virtual meetings? Check out this resource for five suggestions on how to do just that!This article...

5 Ways to Use the Google Docs Explore Tool

The Explore tool attempts to predict your needs within a Google Doc, Slides, or Sheets to enhance your file. It searches your Google Drive for files,...

40 Questions to Scaffold Reflection

Reflecting on learning is an important part of the learning process, but it's frequently the portion that falls to the wayside or gets crowded out....

3D Icons

Check out this easy-to-use collection of free 3D icons—no add-on or account required. Search, click to download, and add to Slides, your website,...

3-2-1 Reflection Protocol with Takeaway Templates

Reflecting is a critical step during the learning process! The 3-2-1 protocol is a simple way to get students reflecting or giving feedback.Check out...

25 Practical Ways to Use Google Forms in Class

Google Forms is one of the most valuable and versatile tools for teachers. Frequently we fall into the trap that Forms are only used for quick...

20 Ways to Use Formative for Assessment

Are you looking to assess your students creatively? Matt Miller from Ditch that Textbook has created this blog post, detailing 20 different ways you...

20 Video Projects to Engage Students

In most classes, students of all ages find watching videos to be engaging and entertaining. But even more than watching, creating videos can be a...