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Google Products for Diverse Learners

Meeting the needs of all students, especially those with diverse and special needs, can be a challenge for any teacher. Luckily, Google has upped...

Google Keep Tutorial

Staying organized is a struggle for most of us.  Keeping track of sticky notes, notepads, and memos can be challenging, especially when sharing a...

Google Keep for Grading Comments

This resource is another gem by Eric Curts from Control Alt Achieve. In this video, Eric will show you how to harness the power of Google Keep for...

Diigo: How to Organize an Outline

In this short video tutorial, Ashley Elizabeth Pickard demonstrates how to use a Diigo Outliner to organize research into a clear...

Disciplinary Literacy

We know literacy is an essential skill across content areas, but knowing how to intertwine literacy with your specific subject area. This graphic...

Displaying Digital Citizenship with Student Comments

As students navigate a world where they interact with others online, it's more important than ever to teach them how to appropriately and responsibly...

Distance Learning in K-2

Distance learning presents new challenges for educators and students, and those challenges can sometimes feel magnified for those early elementary...

Diigo: Annotating a Webpage

Annotation has always been a great strategy for all readers, but as the digital text was introduced to the classroom, it was tough for students to...

Diigo: An Introduction

Have you ever wondered if there was an easy way to conduct and share research online collaboratively? Look no further than Diigo, a social...

Digital Storytelling as Authentic Assessment

To help students develop 21st-century skills, they will need to move beyond the traditional tests usually given and provide more authentic,...

Digital Note-taking Strategies to Deepen Student Thinking

This article from Mind/Shift provides multiple strategies and research to support student note-taking in a digital environment.  Collaborative...

Distraction Free YouTube Videos

Are you wanting to assign a YouTube video to your students but don't want the ads, distractions, or an unrelated video to play next?...

Distributing Shapegrams to Students

Google Workspace Apps have many versatile functions that allow us and our students to create amazing products. One underutilized tool is Google...

Ditch the Book Report; Start a Podcast

In this TedEd blog post, Laura McClure offers a great 5-step replacement for the traditional book report: creating a podcast about the book!  In...

Do More with Google Drawings

Google Drawings is a much underutilized versatile tool that allows you to create graphic organizers, posters, mind maps, flow charts,...

DocStickers with Google Keep

Add digital stickers right into your students' work on Google Docs with the nifty new integration features from Google Keep!  Students don't...

Doing a Project vs Project Based Learning

Doing a project at the end of a unit is not the same as project-based learning.  Because these two ideas frequently get confused, PBL...

Drag-and-Drop Audio for Foreign Language

Listening activities are a cornerstone of foreign language classes, and technology and online formats open up a new world of possibilities. This...

Dan Meyer's Three-Act Math Tasks

Math students often ask, "When am I ever going to use this in real life?" Without real-world connections, students can disengage or struggle to find...