Resources

Khan Academy: Connect & Create Classes With Google Classroom

Did you know you can use your Google Classroom to create new classes in Khan Academy? If you are new to Khan, you can import the classes from Google...

Google Slides: Memory Books

Have you ever thought, "My students just aren't old enough to use Google Slides?" or "I'm not sure I can foster student reflection and metacognition...

Edji: An Overview

Do your students struggle with reading comprehension? Chances are, you've encountered at least one student that struggles with this pillar of...

Google Fonts (& Icons!)

Are you looking for that perfect font? Perhaps you're trying to teach your learners how to navigate Google Classroom and would love all of the...

Upscale Your Bitmoji

Have you been sucked into the Bitmoji craze? It's a fun space to be! If you're new here, Bitmoji is a way to make your own personal cartoon avatar....

Unsplash: Free Photos & Backgrounds

Looking for freely usable images on the web? Look no further! Unsplash is a website dedicated to sharing stock photography under the Unsplash...

Tweet Template for Artificial Tweets

Do you or your students use Twitter? Why not bring it into the classroom to use in projects and check for understanding! This resource gives you a...

Tips for Creating a Successful Digital Classroom

The folks from Common Sense Education have created a video that gives some great tips for creating a successful digital environment. You don't have...

The Ultimate Collection of Jamboard Templates

Jamboard is a digital whiteboard that lets even far-flung teams sketch out ideas and save them in the cloud so they can be accessed on any device....

The Social Studies Classroom with iCivics

iCivics is a free, non-partisan civic education tool filled with high-quality, engaging resources for teachers and students across the nation. From...

The C. R. A. A. P. Test

Battling fake news and evaluating sources can be a difficult task. Using the C. R. A. A. P. Test is a great way for you and your learners to...

Strategies for Responding to Read-Aloud Texts

Helping new readers embrace the complexities of a text requires a robust teacher toolbox. In this resource from Learning for Justice, you'll find...

Self-check with Reveal Slides

Sometimes adding a little creativity to a review activity is all it takes to get more buy-in from our students. In this quick video from Theresa...

Technology Integration Matrix (TIM)

The Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) illustrates how teachers can use technology to enhance learning for K-12 students. This model is a bit more...

TeachingBooks

TeachingBooks is a database of resources for children's and young adult books and their authors and illustrators, including short movies,...

Pear Deck Templates for Icebreakers

How do you build community in your classroom? Utilizing icebreakers is one great way we can help our learners build relationships with others around...

Smithsonian Open Access

Have you ever wanted to use Smithsonian images to coincide with your lesson? Now you can download, share, and reuse millions of the Smithsonian’s...

Teaching Digital Citizenship with Digital Passport

Teaching digital citizenship is a struggle for many teachers and schools, but it doesn't have to be. Digital Passport, a free resource from Common...

Taking on Cyberbullying on YouTube: A Teen Perspective

Helping our students understand how to become responsible digital citizens is essential, especially on YouTube.  One way to ensure proper...

Taking Care of a Chromebook

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