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Piktochart Tutorial: A Simple Guide to for Beginners

Piktochart is an online service that allows you to make professional-looking, impactful infographics without complex design software or designer...

Formative Assessment: Socrative Overview

Socrative is a freemium web application perfect for formative assessment in the classroom. Using any device, students can respond to teacher-created...

Anchor.fm

Podcasting is a great way to empower students to express their ideas and share with an audience outside of the classroom or...

Math Whiteboard

Math Whiteboard is a platform made specifically for math teaching and learning. It's collaborative, intuitive, and perfect for all math...

Podbean

Have you been thinking about starting a podcast? Perhaps you're looking for a podcasting platform for your students. Podbean is a great option!...

10 Green Screen Projects

A green screen is a large green backdrop placed in the background of a shot to allow for digital effects. Students and educators can leverage the...

Getting Started with Google Slides

Google Slides is an online presentation app that lets you create and format presentations and work with other people.  If you need to display...

Empowering Voices with Flipgrid

Flipgrid is a website that allows teachers to facilitate video discussions. Teachers can pose questions, called "topics," and students can post...

Stop Motion Studio-Digital Animation

Creating animated videos is easy when you use Stop Motion Studio.  After you watch the video tutorial, visit Stop Motion Studio and...

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...

Universal Design for Learning Guidelines

The Universal Design for Learning, or UDL, framework guides the design of instructional goals, assessments, methods, and materials that can be...

GooseChase Scavenger Hunts

GooseChase is an online platform that helps you run real-world scavenger hunts. In this video, you'll get a quick overview of the tool and how easy...

HyperDocs vs. Documents With Links

A common misconception many people have when they first learn about HyperDocs is that it's just a document with hyperlinks.  In actuality, true...

Canva Screen Recording

Calling all Canva fans! There is a new screen-recording and video-editing option in Canva that you and your students are going to love. Check out...

Kids Listen

Learning auditorially from a podcast is becoming more and more popular amongst adults. What about our students, however? Kids Listen an...

bulb Digital Portfolios

bulb is a freemium global web-based hub where users evaluate the meaningful works they have created and showcase their highlights by bringing in all...

LightSpace App

Are you looking for an app that will allow your users to create and work with augmented reality? The LightSpace App is taking AR to a whole new...

Cursive for Chromebooks

Cursive is an app from Google that allows Chromebook users to take handwritten notes easily. When launched, users can create notes or notebooks. (Not...

Google My Maps

You're probably familiar with Google Maps, but what about Google My Maps? My Maps is an interactive, collaborative map-making tool from Google that...

Frayer a Letter Seesaw Activities

If you love Seesaw but don't always have time to create an activity from scratch, check out this Frayer a Letter slides resource from Jennifer Dean....