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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 Talk to Books

Are you looking to get your learners continuing to read? You have to check out this amazing tool called Talk to Books. In this video, Google...

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...

Padlet and Math

Padlet is a powerful tool for collaborating, sharing ideas, and making thinking and learning visible. Using Padlet's text editing tools, users can...

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,...

NoRedInk

Created by a teacher who felt there must be a better way to improve the writing and grammar of his students while also making the process...

Newsela: Reviewing Write Responses

Are you looking for a website that will help your learners stay up to date on current events and allow you to assess their written responses? Look no...

Newsela: Connect Current Events to Today's Student

With a targeted and bold goal to improve reading comprehension in students grades 2 through 12, Newsela offers an extensive digital library spanning...

MuseScore: An Overview

This video will introduce you to the program MuseScore. If you are looking for a way to create, print, and play sheet music digitally, this is an...

Mote Content Ideas

Mote is an incredible tool that allows students and teachers to leave audio notes in Docs, Slides, Forms, Google Classroom, and more. Check out this...

Microsoft Sway: Presentations and Stories

Microsoft Sway is an excellent platform for students to get busy creating and sharing! Think of Sway as a way to create interactive presentations,...