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Teach Indy Educators Conference: Welcome and Panel Discussion

The Teach Indy Educators Conference, a virtual two-day event created for teachers, by teachers, is designed to develop teachers’ knowledge in...

Reading Progress in Teams by Microsoft

Helping struggling readers is paramount to student success. In this resource from Holly Clark of Infused Classroom, learn more about Microsoft's free...

Beep: Voice Notes for Google and Beyond

Are you looking for a free tool that will allow you to create voice notes? You need Beep! Beep, formerly known as Voice Notes for Docs, is a website...

Leave Audio Feedback with mote

mote is a Chrome extension that allows you to easily add voice comments and feedback to Docs, Slides, Classroom, and more. With optional...

Ask, Don't Tell: Asking the Right Questions to Gain the Right Relationships with Parents of Special Needs Students

Often, the right question at just the right time can do wonders to open lines of communication and discovery. However, educators and parents alike...

Teach Indy Educators Conference: Teacher of the Year Awards

The Teach Indy Educators Conference, a virtual two-day event created for teachers, by teachers, is designed to develop teachers’ knowledge in...

Creating Meaningful Inclusion for Students with Disabilities

This workshop facilitated by Ashley Quick with Project Success introduces an inclusive practices framework designed to increase or expand the use of...

What Determines ESY?: On-Demand Workshop

How is the determination made for a student to receive Extended School Year (ESY) per Article 7? Nancy Holsapple (Director of Special Education) the...

Everything You Wanted to Know about Sketchnoting

Sketchnoting is a creative and graphic process used to record thoughts with the use of illustrations, symbols, structures, and texts. Whether you're...

Sketchnoting: Ideas to Use in Your Classroom

Sketchnoting, or visual note-taking allows learners to create customized notes by combining images, graphics, and structure. This article gives...

Flaticon

Icons are great tools to help make your content visual and easier to read and understand. Flaticon is an excellent source for free icons and...

And then i was like... A GIF-Creation Tool

GIFs, or graphics interchange format, are essentially moving image files. Leveraging GIFs in the classroom can be a great way to promote creativity,...

What are Visual Cues?

AFIRM, or Autism Focused Intervention Resources and Modules, an extension of the National Professional Development Center, has produced a family...

The Power of Visuals to Engage Your Audience

No matter where your classroom is, whether you are virtual, hybrid, or in a traditional classroom setting, visual cues are important for all...

Adding Emojis Using Different Devices

Are you looking to add a little pizazz to your content? Perhaps you're looking to break up chunks of information or make your materials more visually...

UDL & Blended Learning: An On-Demand Workshop

Brenny Kummer, Coordinator of Instructional Technology at Batholomew Consolidated School Corporation, leads the discussion on utilizing Universal...

After the Good Cause Exemption: Students with Disabilities

A Good Cause Exemption (GCE) serves to exempt an eligible student from additional IREAD-3 testing. English learners, students with disabilities, and...

Lost in Translation: Best Tools for EL Learners: On-Demand Workshop

Translation tools can support educators in integrating a student’s home language into instruction. This workshop, facilitated by Alisha Foor,...

UDL & Representation

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach to teaching and learning that gives all students equal opportunity to succeed. The goal of UDL is...

Google Sheets: The Explore Tool

Do you struggle with analyzing your data in a Google Sheet? Meet your new best friend in Sheets— the Explore Tool! This handy feature can help you...