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How do I give feedback to 100+ students?

Whether it's whole class, small group, or one-on-one instruction, our job as teachers is in a constant state of reflection and growth.Join Matt...

Understanding Rubrics

This blog post by Jennifer Gonzalez on the Cult of Pedagogy blog is a great review of the different types of rubrics (Holistic, Analytic, and...

Project Zero's Thinking Routines Toolbox

Getting our learners to think critically can prove to be a difficult feat at times. Project Zero from Harvard University provides a toolbox that...

Getting to Know You | Google Slides Template Activity

Are you looking for a resource to teach you more about your students and build relationships with them in the virtual space? Check out this resource,...

Back to School with Book Creator!

Book Creator is a fantastic tool that allows students to create and share their ebooks. This resource has tons of ways you can use Book Creator, from...

Table Talk Math Resources

Table Talk Math is about having mathematical conversations with students during the day when away from the classroom. Check out this great list of...

Abcya.com

Motivate students to learn with abcya.com. This site contains fun games connecting to reading, math, and strategy.

Bedtime Math

Bedtime Math seeks to make math more interesting and engaging by sending parents a daily math problem to share with their children. These fun...

How To Go Live With StreamYard | Complete Tutorial 2022

In this tutorial, you'll learn everything you need to know to go live with StreamYard.  StreamYard is a live video production tool in your...

Google Forms: Create a Digital Rubric with Autocrat

This resource from Hello Teacher Lady provides step-by-step instructions for how to generate a digital rubric with Google Forms and Autocrat.Google...

Virtual Learning Priorities

High-quality virtual learning is constructed from many elements. When setting priorities, all these elements can make the task seem daunting....

Getting Started with Jamboard

Jamboard is an interactive digital whiteboard that allows you to sketch, doodle, annotate, add images, and collaborate with peers in real-time. It's...

New Screencast App for Chromebooks

This resource is a video by John Sowash. He introduces the new Screencast app for Chromebooks and then explores the many features like annotating...

Getting Started with Screencast for Chromebooks

Make video creation capabilities available to everyone in your class with the Screencast app built into Chrome OS on Chromebooks. Educators can...

Padlet Tutorial for Teachers

Padlet is a powerful tool for collaborating, sharing ideas, and making thinking and learning visible. This video tutorial from Evgenii...

Getting Started with Zoom

Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing app that allows you to virtually meet others through video, audio, and live chat. Students can interact...

Unpacking ILEARN Results for Conversation and Action

This session, led by Lynn Schemel, Mary Williams, and Andrew Jones will review the ILEARN reports and resources available to educators and...

Google Classroom: Video Series

Google Classroom is a free learning management system in the Google Workspace for Education platform. And while it may be free, it is robust and has...

Canva + Jamboard

Jamboard, Google's digital whiteboard solution, allows users to have custom backgrounds. Check out this series of Tweets from Katie Fielding, which...

Canva: Canva + Pear Deck

Canva is an amazing graphic design tool that is free for educators. Teachers flock to Canva for its versatility and the thousands of templates housed...