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10 Google Jamboard Templates for Distance Learning

Jamboard is a digital whiteboard that lets even far-flung teams sketch out ideas and save them in the cloud so they can be accessed on any device....

The 40 Reflection Quesions

Most educators would agree that student reflection is an important part of the learning process, but sometimes it can be difficult to guide students...

Goal Setting for Teachers

"Educators of all experience levels have aspirations and practice goal-setting in their careers. Sometimes this is required following an evaluation,...

Using the SLIME Method to Set Goals

This blog post, which can also be listened to as a podcast, will walk you through the SLIME method. The SLIME Method is a process for setting and...

Cornell Notes: An Introduction and Templates

"Cornell Notes" refers to a popular note-taking system created by Walter Pauk, an education professor at Cornell University. Cornell Notes can be...

SMART Goals

A powerful way to help students write effective goals for themselves is to follow the SMART Goal model. Take a moment to watch this video, from 2...

20 Simple Questions to Evaluate Your Lesson

This blog post, from Education First, provides educators with 20 questions they can use to help reflect on and evaluate their classroom lessons....

KWL Protocol

KWL is an inquiry protocol that asks students to activate their prior knowledge, formulate questions, and reflect on what they have learned. It's an...

Gripe Jam

Reflect on problems, prioritize needs, and identify solutions with this problem-solving protocol from Jennie Magiera. Want to learn more? Check out...

Hexagonal Thinking | Getting Started

Hexagonal thinking is a fantastic framework for discussion and critical thinking. We love this protocol for its versatility and power. In this...

Class Dojo Big Ideas Growth Mindset Series

Watch this series of videos from Class Dojo with your students and facilitate discussion with related activities for social-emotional learning. In...

Google Forms Cheat Sheet

This resource, provided by the Google Workspace Learning Center, is a reference sheet for those new to using Google Forms. This cheat sheet...

InsertLearning Overview

Are you looking for an easy way to transform website content into a learning activity for your students? Then look no...

What are Pear Deck Slides? A Quick Overview for Teachers

A powerful benefit to teaching and learning in a technology-rich environment is the ability to engage and assess each and every student in real time....

Reactive Listening

This video from Common Sense Education is all about getting kids to be reactive listeners. When you use video in your classroom (virtual or...

Interactive Graphic Organizers With Google Drawings

Graphic organizers are a great tool in the classroom to help students visualize their learning and make connections. Paper organizers can do the...

Unpacking Buzzwords: What Does Engagement Really Mean?

Engagement is a word we often hear in the education field, but not everyone is on the same page with its meaning. Join this session to explore the...

8 Steps to Great Digital Storytelling

While students need to become creators of content rather than just consumers, the steps to create a quality product are not always...

Gratitude Templates and Resources

Learners of all ages can benefit from practicing gratitude. Ana Smith, Professional Development Specialist at Five Star Tech and Kami Hero, has...