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Hexagonal Thinking | See it in Action

You're familiar with hexagonal thinking, but what does it look like in the classroom? In this resource, you will observe middle schoolers in action...

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...

Social-Emotional Learning: An Introduction

Chances are, you've heard of the acronym SEL. But what is it? And why is it important? Check out this short video to gain a clear definition of...

How to Use Kahoot! with Remote Learning

Kahoot! is not only a great way to engage students in your physical classroom. It also works well with remote participants with distance and...

Google Slides: Reading Recordings with Vocaroo

Have you ever thought, "My students just aren't old enough to use Google Slides?" or "I'm not sure I can foster strong reading skills using the...

Google Classroom & A New Grading Period

It's a new quarter or trimester. What do you do with your Google Classroom? John R. Sowash, a former educator and principal, advises to create a new...

Getting Started with Poll Everywhere

Poll Everywhere is a digital polling tool that allows participants to respond to custom, teacher-generated polls or questions through text...

HyperDocs: A Real Classroom Example

You've heard about HyperDocs, and you've seen some examples, but  you're still wondering, "Can that really work in my classroom?" The quick answer...

Using HyperDocs in Class

If you're a Google Docs user, you've probably wondered, "How could I hype up this digital document to engage my students in more student-directed...

Lesson Planning and Delivery using HyperDocs

As you begin creating HyperDocs for your students, there will be some basic features of Google Docs you'll want to know how to use. Also, it will be...

iPad Apps for Student Reflection

Are you using iPads in your classroom? If so, you probably know what a fantastic tool they can be for producing student work! What about iPads as a...

Infographics: Classroom Ideas

In this resource, Nik Peachey explores nine ways to use Infographics in the classroom. You can use these ideas with students to comprehend...

HyperDocs: A Lesson in Action

HyperDocs are transformative, interactive digital lessons that are perfect for blended learning classroom environments. This video demonstrates the...

How it Started, How it's Going - Google Slides Template

Are you looking for a low-stakes, non-content activity that allows students to practice using collaborative Google Slides? Then, you have to check...

How HyperDocs Can Transform Your Teaching

HyperDocs are an interactive way to package learning and replace the worksheet method of delivering instruction. Using HyperDocs is the perfect way...

Getting Started with SlidesMania

SlidesMania provides free PowerPoint and Google Slides templates teachers can customize to enhance organization, engagement, and more for students....

Kahoot!: A Five Minute Guide

Kahoot! is a great way to get students engaged and having fun in the classroom. Think of Kahoot! as a quiz game on steroids. It allows you to create...

Puppet Pals: iPad Tutorial

There are many useful applications available for students to use to make their thinking and learning visible. One very...

Public vs. Private: Publishing Student Work on the Web

We all want to keep our students safe. Navigating the pitfalls of the internet is tough as a teacher and parent, however. Most will agree that...

PROVEN: An Acronym for Source Evaluation

Teaching students to research effectively can genuinely be a difficult task. CORA, also known as the Community of Online Research Assignments,...