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Academic Impact Overview: On-Demand Workshop

Interested in data that showcases how your students have been impacted academically due to COVID-19? Check out this on-demand workshop where Dr....

How to Address Standards in a Meaningful Way

In this video from the 2021 IN the LEAD conference, Erik Francis, author of Deconstructing Depths of Knowledge and Now That’s a Good Question,...

The NEW 3 R's of Education

In this video from the 2021 IN the LEAD conference, Erik Francis, author of Deconstructing Depths of Knowledge and Now That’s a Good Question,...

Circly Overview

Circly is an online organizer tool and collaboration platform for visual thinkers. Capture and organize your ideas, tasks, projects, leads, and more...

Gamifying the Writing Process

Do you have students writing college essays or personal narratives this fall? Check out this gamification folder with resources of the writing...

My Favorite No

Making use of entry tickets is standard practice in many learning environments. Leah Alcala, a middle school math teacher in California, decided...

Word Clouds

A word cloud, also referred to as a text cloud, is a collection or cluster of words depicted in different sizes. The bigger and bolder the word...

IDOE Educator Standards for Blended and Online Teaching

Providing students with high-quality digital learning opportunities requires educators to have a specific set of knowledge and skills. This resource...

Back to School with Book Creator!

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

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...

Noun Project

The phrase, "A picture is worth a thousand words," truly is a powerful statement. Icons, graphics, drawings, and images convey a message that words...

Strategies for Responding to Read-Aloud Texts

Helping new readers embrace the complexities of a text requires a robust teacher toolbox. In this resource from Learning for Justice, you'll find...

Smithsonian Open Access

Have you ever wanted to use Smithsonian images to coincide with your lesson? Now you can download, share, and reuse millions of the Smithsonian’s...

Exit Tickets

Exit tickets can be used for many things: quick assessments, content review, and much more. Check out this Ditch the Textbook resource,...

Clanbeat

Do you wish for apps that you can use on your phone that provide students with feedback based on real-time data, communicate with students, and more,...

Edji Video Tutorial

Do your students struggle with reading comprehension? Chances are, you've encountered at least one student who struggles with this pillar of...

Edji: Student View

Do your students struggle with reading comprehension? Chances are, you've encountered at least one student who struggles with this pillar of...

Edji: An Overview

Do your students struggle with reading comprehension? Chances are, you've encountered at least one student that struggles with this pillar of...

Genially in the Classroom

Are you looking for a tool that will help you create awesome content? You should check out Genially! Genially is a platform that allows...