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The AI Education Project - Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Introduction to AI is a free, innovative, culturally relevant curriculum by The AI Education Project. The curriculum contains thirty-six 45-minute...

10 Google Jamboard Templates for Distance Learning

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....

New Year, New You: Tech Tips for 2023

Join the Digital Learning Team,  Diana Smith, Meri Carnahan, Matthew White, & Alisha Foor, for a quick and fun...

Google Slides: Build a Snowman Template

If you're looking for a way to help your students learn and use Google Slides in an interactive way, this Build a Snowman template, created by Eric...

Black History Month: A Google Applied Digital Skills Collection

In honor of Black History Month, Google for Education has created eight lessons in Applied Digital Skills to explore the importance of Black history,...

Canva AI Image Generator

Input text into the Canva AI Image Generator and watch as the AI creates images to represent your text!

Hexagonal Thinking | Getting Started

Hexagonal thinking is a fantastic framework for discussion and critical thinking. We love this protocol for its versatility and power. In this...

Build A Story

This build-a-story challenge by LitWorld is a great reading and writing activity to celebrate World Read Aloud Day or another day in class. Have...

Google Slides: Cheat Sheet

This resource, provided by the Google Workspace Learning Center, is a reference sheet for those new to using Google Slides. This cheat sheet (their...

Animated Google Classroom Header

Flipped Classroom Tutorials showcases how to use Canva to create a custom animated Google Classroom header in this resource.

Google Drawings Manifesto

In this resource from Matt Miller of Ditch That Textbook, Google Drawings is a blank slate for your students’ creativity. Many teachers and...

Creating and Using a HyperDoc

Utilizing a HyperDoc allows teachers and students to streamline work and easily access everything needed. Students can also exercise some control...

Interactive Graphic Organizers With Google Drawings

Graphic organizers are a great tool in the classroom to help students visualize their learning and make connections. Paper organizers can do the...

8 Steps to Great Digital Storytelling

While students need to become creators of content rather than just consumers, the steps to create a quality product are not always...

Merging STEM with ELA Through Project-Based Learning

Cross-curricular projects can help dispel the myth that knowledge exists in discrete "chunks" and helps promote a more holistic approach to...

What Should My Students Blog About?

Looking for some examples of how students might use blogs to help demonstrate their mastery? Wondering how a blog is different from a...

Canvas: Create a Course Banner or Image Using Canva

This video tutorial demonstrates how an image or banner can be created and added to a Canvas page using a free online tool called Canva. Adding a...

Infographics: Classroom Ideas

In this resource, Nik Peachey explores nine ways to use Infographics in the classroom. You can use these ideas with students to comprehend the...

Google Docs: Table of Contents

Google Docs is a word processing tool that, while very similar in layout to Microsoft Word, has additional features that make sharing and...

Google Docs: Creating a New Doc

Google Docs is a word processing tool that, while very similar in layout to Microsoft Word, has additional features that make sharing and...