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Automatic Subtitles and Captions for YouTube Videos

Are you looking for a way for your students to receive closed captions on videos you create and upload to YouTube? This video tutorial is exactly...

Anti-Cyberbullying Toolkit

No matter what grade level you teach, it is never too early to start talking about responsible use of the internet. This is especially true when it...

AnswerGarden Tutorial

AnswerGarden is the perfect tool for creating collaborative, interactive spaces for students to share ideas and opinions and see what others are...

Annotate with Newsela

Marking text as we read, or annotating, is an essential part of making learning stick. With the free annotation feature from Newsela, students can...

Adding GIFs in Slides for Student Check-ins

Are you looking for a different way to check in with your students? Using GIFs in Google Slides is a fun and engaging approach for any aged...

Add Audio in Forms with mote

Google Forms is an incredible tool for assessments, surveys, and more. With the power of mote, a freemium Chrome extension that allows you to add...

Accessing District Resources

Some school districts have access to premium features in the IN Learning Lab, including the ability to access private resources specifically uploaded...

Accelerating Learning: Recommendations & Best Practices for Schools

To address the academic impact of COVID-19, the Indiana Department of Education and the National Center for Assessment has devised a list of...

A Beginner's Guide to Sketchnoting

Sketchnoting is a notetaking strategy in which imagery and pictures are drawn to remember key concepts. Fewer words, more doodles. You don't have to...

Kindergarten & First Grade Reading Resources

The mission of the Florida Center for Reading Research is to ensure that all children read. With their website, educators can find resources to make...

Self-Checking Pixel Art

Self-checking activities are great opportunities for students to complete activities and have immediate feedback on if their answers are correct or...

Single Point Rubrics

Educator extraordinaire Jennifer Gonzalez shares the amazing idea of Single Point Rubrics as a way to assess student work. She provides a...

Sheets Advanced Formulas Course

Ben Collins is a Google Sheets expert, offering several courses to help participants improve their spreadsheets skills. Most of these courses cost...

Seesaw: An Introduction for Teachers

Seesaw is a student-centered portfolio software that allows students to build portfolios and share work easily with their families. There are...

Seesaw: Formative Assessment with Skills View

Formative assessment is one of the most important and most effective teaching strategies. This resource will show you steps that can help you make...

Seesaw: Level Up Your Learning

Seesaw is a student-centered portfolio software that allows students to build portfolios quickly and share their work with their...

Screencastify: 50 Ways to Use in the Classroom

Screencastify Record is a Google Chrome extension that allows users to record their screen, voice, and webcam. This is a great tool for the...

Screencastify: 10 Uses For Formative Assessment

Screencastify can be used in a variety of ways, including formative assessment. From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis, this...

Screencastify Submit & Google Classroom Integration

Screencastify Submit and Google Classroom have partnered up to help you make the most of both platforms! Check out this resource for an overview of...

CS Journeys

Teachers, if you've been searching for ways to connect classroom computer science learning experiences to the real world, you've got to check out CS...