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Geoboard Basics

This article published on the NRICH Mathematics website outlines the advantages of using geoboards to develop students' cognitive skills. This...

Flipped Learning in an Algebra 1 Classroom

This video from The Ohio Department of Education highlights an Algebra 1 teacher using technology to help organize his classroom into a blended...

EquatIO: How to Use in Google Forms

Creating and using math in digital form can be frustrating and time-consuming. Thankfully, a Google Chrome extension called EquatIO makes...

Equatio: An Introduction

Are you an educator searching for a better way to add mathematical symbols, chemistry compounds, or physics formulas to your digital documents? You...

Freckle by Renaissance: Viewing as a Student

Are you an educator or parent in search of a website that can help your student(s) learn and practice math, english/language arts, science, and/or...

Freckle by Renaissance: An Introduction

Are you an educator or parent in search of a website that can help your student(s) learn and practice math, English/language arts, science, and/or...

Freckle by Renaissance: Assigning Assignments

Are you an educator in search of a website that can help your students learn and practice math, english/language arts, science, and/or social studies...

YouCubed: Task-Based Problem Solving

Unlock your students’ potential with task-based problem solving from Jo Boaler, the author of the book Mathematical Mindsets. Youcubed tasks are...

Estimation Meets Math Mysteries

Esti-Mysteries, created by Steve Wyborney, are fun ways to infuse creativity and critical thinking into math. With each Esti-Mystery, students must...

Google Slides: Sorting Shapes Activity

Have you ever thought, "My students just aren't old enough to use Google Slides?" or "I'm not sure I can teach my grade-level standards using the...

Edji in the Math Classroom

Mathematics is often a subject that is viewed separately from reading. We can leverage Edji, a classroom reading tool, in the math classroom, for...

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...

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...

Dallas Symphony Orchestra: Elementary Music Lesson Ideas

From the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, this website is a great place to find lesson plans and resources for teaching music in the elementary classroom....

Create and Graph in Google Sheets

Do you teach K-2? Have you ever thought, "My students just aren't old enough to use Google Sheets," or "I'm not sure I can teach math using the...

Coding Rooms

Coding Rooms is a real-time platform that allows teachers to engage with students’ code instantly. Students can work with a variety of languages,...

CodePen: A Coding Playground for Your Advanced Learner

Are you teaching digital coding and need a resource to put your class on the next level?  Do you have a student that is ready to advance their...

Career Guide | Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math

The Indiana Governor's Workforce Cabinet has created the 2021-2022 Career Guide, a great resource to explore in-demand career options in...

Career Guide | Finance

The Indiana Governor's Workforce Cabinet has created the 2021-2022 Career Guide, a great resource to explore in-demand career options in...

CSEdWeek

CSEdWeek is an annual call to action to inspire K-12 students to learn computer science, advocate for equity in computer science education, and...