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Introduction to SAMR

Have you ever been introduced to SAMR? Learn what it is all about in this quick illustrated video explanation from John Spencer. SAMR helps teachers...

iNACOL Online Interactions for Students

Online interactions are a central component of digital learning. The International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) has...

iFake Text Message

Are you looking for a new spin on storytelling? Perhaps you're looking for a great way to create clues for Breakout EDU, or you want students to...

How to use Google Translate

Are you looking for a translation service that will help you converse with others? Perhaps you are looking to make learning more accessible for your...

How to Lead a Student-Paced Lesson or Activity in Pear Deck

Pear Deck is an add-on for Google Slides that allows you to make your Slides presentations more interactive and engaging for your students.  This...

How to Create Comic Strips in Google Slides

Allowing students to create comic strips is a great way to demonstrate and extend their knowledge, and Google Slides can help you facilitate that...

How to Create a New Google Calendar

Google Calendar is a time-management and scheduling powerhouse. You can create multiple calendars to keep track of different types of events and...

How to Create a Kahoot!

Kahoots are interactive quizzes students interact with online. This game-based website will have your students engaged and show you what they know in...

How to Convert Powerpoint to Google Slides

Did you know that you can convert Powerpoint files into Google Slide decks? It is excellent for several reasons, including when you want students to...

How much screen time is too much?

There are many great reasons why we need to be concerned about how long our students are looking at a screen each day in a technology-rich...

Hover Zoom+ | Chrome Extension

Are you looking for a Google Chrome extension that'll save you time and easily enlarge images? This extension allows you to zoom images/videos simply...

Hexagonal Thinking Templates

Hexagonal thinking is a thinking protocol that activates prior knowledge. Supply students with a series of terms, concepts, and/or topics explored in...

Google's Shared Drives

If you are looking for more ways to collaborate in a digital environment, Shared Drives is your answer! Google's Shared Drives are shared spaces...

Google Tools You Aren't Using But Should Be

This website was shared during an interactive session at ISTE 2019 by James Allen, Sherry Gick, Nancy Jo Lambert, Nikki Robertson, and Tiffany...

Google Slides: Interactive Activities

Most people think of using Google Slides as a presentation tool. But really, you can use Google Slides for so many creative purposes.  In this...

Google Family Link

Whether your children are young or in their teens, the Family Link app lets you set digital ground rules to help guide them as they learn, play, and...

Google Drive: Uploading Files

Google Drive, your filing cabinet for the cloud, is a safe and easy tool that stores all your digital files. Using Google Drive, you'll have access...

Padlet: 30 Ways to Use it in the Classroom

Have you heard of Padlet? Padlet is a powerful tool for collaborating, sharing ideas, and making thinking and learning visible. In this blog post by...

Padlet Tutorial for Students

Padlet is a powerful tool for collaborating, sharing ideas, and making thinking and learning visible. This video walks students through the process...

One-Pagers: Getting Started

One-pagers are single-page responses that provide a visual and text-based overview of what a student has learned. By mixing imagery and language,...