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Teaching Hard History: American Slavery for Grades 6-12

Most students leave high school without an adequate understanding of the role slavery played in the development of the United States—or how its...

Teaching Hard History: Professional Development

Most students leave high school without an adequate understanding of the role slavery played in the development of the United States—or how its...

Teaching Hard History: American Slavery for Grades K-5

Most students leave high school without an adequate understanding of the role slavery played in the development of the United States—or how its...

National Museum of African American History & Culture

The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American...

Chromebook Accessibility: Select-to-Speak

Chromebooks include two text-to-speech options. The ChromeVox screen reader is great for visual impairments, while the Select-to-Speak option helps...

Practical Uses for Paraprofessionals

This session, led by Tonia Brewer, will share how we can best use SpED, EL and Title I paraprofessionals to support students.Did you enjoy this...

Celebrate Historical Figures

If you're looking for ways to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day or other historical figures, Google Applied Digital Skills has curated a...

Black History Month Teaching Resources

If you're looking for engaging, relevant resources for Black History Month, this Wakelet collection resource has what you need. With read-a-loud...

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,...

Ideas for Teaching and Learning About Fake News

According to the Oxford Dictionary, post-truth is defined as “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential...

Deck Toys: Gamify Your Lesson

Are you looking for a way to gamify your lesson? Deck Toys is a simple solution that allows you to add your content, activities, and checks...

10 Ways to Use Technology in ESL Instruction

Providing adequate instruction for ALL students can be a challenge, but technology tools can be instrumental in reaching the students who need...

Supporting Secondary ELs

When the whole school comes together as a collaborative community to support secondary EL students, it creates an environment where they are engaged,...

Conflict Resolution

This workshop, with Catherine Whitcher, explores the five questions you need to ask when conflict arises.December Get Your Teach On learning series

Partnering with Parents

Catherine Whitcher leads this workshop, from the Get Your Teach On: Special Education Educators series, will cover three strategies you can implement...

Native American Heritage Month Resources

On this Google Site, you'll find Slide decks to help celebrate and learn the histories and contributions of Native people. Each deck contains key...

National Museum of the American Indian: Lessons & Resources

The National Museum of the American Indian houses are number of educational resources and classroom lessons on their website aimed at increasing the...

No Mode of Communication & Supports for Indiana Schools

This joint effort between the IDOE and PATINS Project offers the opportunity to learn about the data trends in students identified with No Mode of...

Inclusion

This workshop explores strategies to design inclusive experiences all day long.November Get Your Teach on series.

Audio-Lingua

Searchable Audio Database of Native Speaker Recordings for Your Language Class.Audio-Lingua is a collaborative repository/sound bank of native...