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Microsoft OneNote: Basics & More

Microsoft's OneNote is a powerful, free way to take notes and store all of your important information. Because it's cloud-based, it's always at your...

Pomodoro Timer

The Pomodoro Technique is a productivity method that uses a timer to break down work into intervals separated by breaks. By taking short scheduled...

10 Google Workspace Tips for Video Conferencing

Are you using Google Meet for video conferencing? Make sure to check out this resource, which outlines ten tips that can enhance your virtual...

Diverse Books Toolkit

Are you looking for a catalog of books to help your students explore cultural diversity? This website offers excellent book suggestions in a variety...

STEM Education Overview

Here's a word you've probably heard a lot about: STEM. It's buzzing around in the education world and spreading like wildfire. Why the push? What is...

Google Slides: Teaching Math Through Conversations

Math teachers new to technology often ask, "Can I really use technology to teach math?" According to Alice Keeler, the answer is, "I don't know how...

Google Slides: Audience Tools

From Teacher's Tech, Jamie Keat outlines the feature in Google Slides that allows real-time interaction with your audience. If you are a teacher,...

Edpuzzle: Deleting Videos

Edpuzzle is a great tool that allows you to add interactive elements to videos and assign them to students.  The free version only allows you to...

Edpuzzle: Flip Your Classroom

Assigning your students video lessons to watch at home and using classroom time for more meaningful activities is a flipped learning environment. In...

Google Docs: Basics of Sharing

Mom always said that it's best to share! That is a simple enough concept, but how about when it comes to sharing a Google Document? This video...

Google Docs: Accessibility & Collaboration

Google Docs is a word processing tool with features that make sharing and collaborating on a document very easy. This video tutorial from Google for...

Graphic Design and Yearbooks with Google Workspace

This resource, created by certified Google Innovator Jennifer Scott, turns the idea of graphic design—specifically yearbook publishing—upside...

Google Workspace: Offline Mode

The Global Google Educator Group has created a series of video tutorials for students covering various Google topics called the Google Junior...

Google Street View

Google Street View allows you to explore cities, landmarks, natural wonders, and even museums worldwide. You can find Street View in Google Maps and...

Google Tone

Google Tone is a Chrome extension that allows you to share websites and links directly with your students via sound. Yes, that's right. You don't...

KeePass

Are you still using a notebook for all your passwords? KeePass is a secure way to store all your website login and password information. This...

Google Keep in the Classroom

Google Keep is a powerful tool that can be used for making lists, taking notes, organizing your thoughts, and setting reminders. This tutorial video...

Google Forms: Password Protect a Form

Because Google Forms is used for assessments, surveys, gathering student information, checks for understanding, and so much more, there isn't any...

Eight Ambient Sound Websites

Looking for sounds to help your learners focus? This blog post from Eric Curts with Ctrl Alt Achieve identifies eight websites that use sound to...

Google Earth: Real World Math

Real World Math is a collection of STEM activities that are used with Google Earth. Go beyond the textbook and engage students in math and science...