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QR Codes

Have you been to a restaurant recently that isn't handing out physical menus? Instead, they may be using QR codes. What is a QR code? Check out this...

Blended Learning Infographics

You probably know Powerschool as a student information system to take attendance, submit grades, and contact families. Did you know that Powerschool...

Podcasts Perfect for K-12 Students

If you've been searching for a new way to get students interested in storytelling, current events or practice their listening skills, podcasts are...

Giving Feedback: Seven Ways to Respond to Your Child's Creative Work

As guardians, it can be tough to find the right balance when trying to encourage our own children and engage them about their work. In this resource,...

Helping Kids Reflect

Parents can help their children be more reflective on their thoughts and actions through questioning their actions. What can you do differently? How...

9 Ways to Help Kids Learn to Self-Reflect

Self-reflection is where so much of our learning and growth happens. When we reflect, we take time to consciously think about our thoughts, feelings,...

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...

Notion

Notion is a notetaking and project management software used for notetaking, task management, project management, and knowledge management. This video...

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...

Get Going with Gmail

Gmail is Google's email service that syncs with your Google Drive. This on-demand workshop will introduce you to the basics of using Gmail, including...

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...

Released Items Repository

If you're looking to become familiar with Indiana's standardized testing system and types of questions on state assessments, the Released Items...

Google Workspace: Signing In

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

Google Workspace: Producing Accessible Content

Producing accessible content for all learners is something that often gets overlooked. Luckily, Google Workspace has several tools that help make...

9 Games To Help Your Child Develop and Improve Self-Reflection

Self-reflection is where so much of our learning and growth happens. When we reflect, we consciously think about our thoughts, feelings, and actions....

Perusall: A Social Reading Experience

How often do you assign text for students to read, only to discover that a small portion of your class completed the assignment? A team of four...

Open Education Resource for World Languages

Are you a world language teacher in search of free materials for your students? Perhaps you're a parent wanting to support your learner's language...

My Script Calculator 2: A Tutorial

Need a calculator with more functionality than your iPhone calculator? MyScript Calculator 2 might be the app for you and your students.  It...

Google Arts & Culture: Expeditions

Google Arts and Culture is an amazing hub to explore topics such as historical places, arts of different mediums, and more. This resource will direct...

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...