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Rich Text Formatting in Google Forms and Twitter

Do you use Google Forms frequently and are bored with the same font? Perhaps you've seen people on Twitter use rich text in their names and Tweets,...

Top Tips for Supporting Educators in 2021-2022

Educators from all walks of life say that the 2021-22 school year is proving to be the most difficult thus far. Why? And how can we support these...

Add Meeting Notes in Google Calendar

Using Google Docs to take meeting notes has gotten even easier; you can now quickly start and share a meeting notes document for your Calendar...

Incorporating Digital Citizenship into Your Classroom

Responsible screen use and effective tech integration in the classroom will be critical to your students’ academic success. Join Common Sense...

Student Reflection Cheat Sheet

In this research-based resource from Matt Miller, check out some of the most need-to-know information about student reflection. In it, you'll find...

Free Mindfulness Classes for K-5

Mindfulness is an increasingly important skill in today's fast-paced world, and with this resource from Mindful Schools, you can help your students...

Flipgrid Discovery

If you are new to Flipgrid, there's no need to start creating from scratch—Discovery is the perfect place to start! Flipgrid Discovery houses...

Data Analysis 101: On-Demand Workshop

This workshop, led by Mary Williams (Assistant Director of Research and Evaluation) and Lynn Schemel (Director of Assessment), offers insight into...

Remind: Getting Started for Teachers

Are you struggling to communicate with your parents? You should try Remind! Remind is an app and website that allows you, as the teacher,...

Wakelet Live Stream

Surfs up! Wakelet is a fantastic content curation tool that can transform teaching and learning in your classroom. Check on this on-demand workshop...

Inspire Students with Mystery Doug Videos

Harness the power of your students' curiosity with Mystery Doug. Mystery Doug brings a new video every week that will inspire your students to think...

Google Chrome Actions

Chrome Actions are a fast and simple way to modify settings or use features right from Chrome’s Omnibox (or address bar). To perform Chrome...

Taxonomy of Reflection for Students

“We do not learn from experience… We learn from reflecting on our experience.” This quote from John Dewey, an American philosopher,...

Wakelet Spaces

Wakelet is a content curation platform where teachers and students can save links, videos, and images to later be organized into private or public...

How To Use Wakelet

Wakelet is a curation tool that allows accessible communication and collaboration. It truly is a one-stop shop because it connects with different...

3D Icons

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

Bouncy Balls for Volume Moderation

Moderating noise in our learning environments is a typical part of class management, but that doesn't mean it can't be done in a fun manner. With...

After Good Cause Exemption - Now What?: On-Demand Workshop

Roughly 6,000 students qualify for Good Cause Exemptions each year in Indiana. Check out this workshop where Alicia Gatewood shares the immediate...

Early Learning Foundations Guidance: Physical Health & Growth

This guidance is intended to be a resource for educators to support and enhance children’s learning and development while using the Foundations,...

Early Learning Foundations Guidance: Creative Arts

This guidance is intended to be a resource for educators to support and enhance children’s learning and development while using the Foundations,...