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This course contains all of the SimpleK12 award winning webinars on this subject area. Inside these webinars, you'll find substantial content and real-life examples to inspire your students and enhance your classroom. Many of the world's top teachers, administrators and education experts choose the Teacher Learning Community to build their 21st century skills and learn best practices... it's great to have you with us!

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Contents

  • Digital Media
Create Digital Personas with Talking Avatars
Discover how to use Voki to create a personalized talking avatar that can be published on a blog or website or sent via email.more...
From the Big Picture to the Smallest Detail: Go Beyond a Simple Slide Show
Discover how to create engaging presentations using Prezi, an online, zooming presentation tool that allows the viewer to see the "big picture" as well as the small details in a presentation.more...
Discover the Power of Image Editing (It's Easy and Free)
Discover how easy it is to edit and enhance graphics using GIMP, a powerful, free graphic manipulation software program that's a lot like Photoshop, but without the price tag!more...
The Art of Presenting Stunning Video Presentations
Would you like an easy-to-use tool that you or your students can use to create engaging video presentations on any subject?more...
Why Wikis Work: Online Collaboration Made Simple
Have you been looking for an easy way for you and your students to post, publish, and share information?more...
Tag You're It - Free Word Cloud Tools
Find out how to create Word clouds - graphical representations of the most commonly used words or tags in a particular text or web site.more...
Journey Through Time and Place with Animated Maps
Maps can be great teaching tools, but imagine how engaging they might be if they were animated.more...
Foster Creativity and Innovation with Digital Storytelling
Most educators recognize the importance of helping students develop their creative and innovative abilities.more...
Lights, Camera, Action! Easily Create Dynamic Video Presentations
Would you like to create video presentations without a lot of special hardware and software?more...
Digitize and Streamline Classroom Paperwork using Your iPad
Do you feel as though you are buried under paperwork?more...
Lessons That Talk: Create Differentiated and Online Lessons for K-8 with Screencasts and Audio
Have you ever wanted to easily create online lessons that include audio and video?more...
Screencasts Made Easy: Create and Share Your Own Tutorials
Have you ever wanted to create tutorials for your students or substitutes?more...
Hook Your Students with One of Their Favorite Sites - YouTube!
We all know how difficult it is to engage students, so why not use one of their favorite sites - YouTube.more...
Inspired by Media: Creative Writing for the Digital Age
Would you like to spice up writing assignments for your students and get them energized about writing?more...
Showcase Your Talents: Building ePortfolios for Teachers and Students
In our ever-changing, digital world, it is becoming more and more important that teachers and students create electronic portfolios, or ePortfolios, to showcase their talents.more...
Create Student ePortfolios using VoiceThread
Today's students frequently create a variety of digital papers, projects, and other products of learning.more...
LiveBinder Tips and Tricks
Many educators have found LiveBinders very helpful for collaborating, sharing, and organizing online information and resources.more...
Let Them Film: Promote Student Ownership in Learning with Video Cameras
How would you like to get rid of the packets and worksheets and offer students an interactive way to learn?more...
Using QR Codes to Engage Students
Quick Response codes, or QR codes, have sometimes been referred to barcodes on steroids.more...
Connecting and Collaborating with VoiceThread and Your iPad
Have you ever wanted to begin a collaborative project or share information, but didn't want to be stuck in a single medium.more...
Using iPad Screencasting to Facilitate Deeper Learning
Have you ever heard, "The best way to learn anything is to teach it to someone else"?more...
Tips and Tricks to Building an ePortfolio
In our ever-changing, digital world, it is becoming more and more important that teachers and students create electronic portfolios, or ePortfolios, to showcase their skills and the work that they have done.more...
Tips and Tricks for Creating Good Screencast Tutorials
How would you like to make tutorials that you can share with your students, other teachers, substitutes, or even parents?more...
Movies in Minutes: Creating Videos with iMovie
In this webinar, you will learn the basics of using iMovie!more...
Picture This: Grabbing Attention with Talking Pictures
Do you or your students need something new and different for presenting information?more...
Sharing and Curation Made Simple Using Pinterest
Are you looking for new ways to organize, access, and share information, resources, and ideas?more...
Dos and Don'ts for Creating Good Presentations
Have you ever sat through a presentation that was either difficult to follow, visually jarring, or worse yet, put you to sleep?more...
Using Your iPad to Make Movies on the Go!
Have iPad, will travel!more...
Using Google Maps for Virtual Journeys
Have you ever wanted to take your students on a journey without leaving the classroom?more...
Using Google Drawing in the Classroom
Words are important, but sometimes a picture can say it even better - especially when it's an original drawing!more...
Create Your Own eBook with iBooks Author
Ever think you could create a better text book than the manufacturers?more...
Go Google for Presentations
Have you ever wanted students to collaborate on presentations outside of class, but file sharing and logistics were a problem?more...
Create Interactive Videos for Flipping Your Class
How would you like to easily create interactive content that you can use to "flip" your class?more...
It's Hip to be Square; QR Codes for the Classroom
QR Codes are appearing everywhere.more...
What are QR Codes and How Can I Use Them?
You've probably seen them - those strange black and white squares that have been appearing on products, in advertising, in books, and even on signs and bumper stickers.more...
Make YouTube Work Better For You and Your Students! No LOLcatz Here!
Are you ready to increase your knowledge of YouTube beyond watching funny videos or playing a video here and there in class?more...
Photo Editing Projects for the Classroom
Have you been looking for an easy, free Web tool that you and your students can use to enhance photos or create photo projects?more...
Create Awesome Presentations on Your iPad!
For many educators electronic presentations are often a necessity and staple within the classroom.more...
Strategies, Tips, and Tech Tools to Bring Your Textbook to Life
A textbook is one of the many tools teachers use to help support learning.more...
Creating and Using Infographics in the Classroom
You've probably seen Infographics - those graphics that are visual representations of knowledge or information.more...
Express Yourself with Screencasting iPad Apps
Ever wished you could get inside a student's head to figure out what he or she is thinking?more...
iPhoneography for the Classroom
Today's mobile devices have cameras that rival the image quality of more expensive traditional cameras.more...
Activities to Integrate eBooks in Your School Community
Would you like to engage students, enhance learning, and increase parental and community involvement at your school?more...
Create Videos and "Podcasts" for Your School Website using PowerPoint
Would you like to be able to include video announcements for parents, staff, or students on your school website?more...
Creating Book Trailers with Younger Students
Would you like your elementary students to move beyond the standard book report?more...
10 Activities that Will Have You Moving with Your iPad
The iPad has the ability to transform the way we learn.more...
Vertical Alignment of Common Core State Standards: Up and Down the Ladder
Do you need to align your lessons to Common Core State Standards (CCSS), but aren't really sure what's involved or how to proceed?more...
Create Interactive Multimedia Graphics for Teaching and Learning
Are you looking for a free and user friendly digital tool to help you create engaging, student-centered learning experiences that meet the diverse learning needs of the students in your classroom?more...
Getting Your iBook Published in iTunes
How cool would it be for a student to see his or her name in the iBookstore on iTunes?more...
Stop Repeating Yourself: Create Easy Student Instructional Guides
Do you feel as though you are constantly repeating instructions, or are there certain guidelines or processes you'd like to document?more...
Picture Perfect iPad Apps: Conveying Information with Pictures
If a picture is worth a 1,000 words, think of the amount of information you or your students could convey with the right pictures - especially if they could be combined and shared with other pictures, markups, comments, or captions.more...
Get Students Excited about Reading with the iPad
Are you looking for ways to engage your students with literature so that they develop necessary reading skills while enjoying the material?more...
Presentation Tools to Energize Your Faculty Meetings!
Are you looking for a way to grab the attention of your audience during faculty meetings and professional development sessions?more...
Historical Fiction Read Alouds: Bring American History to Life
Are you looking for read aloud books that will bring American History to life for your elementary or middle school students?more...
Improve Writing Skills Using Digital Writing and Google Docs
Would you like to improve your students' writing skills and help them bridge the gap between writing in school and writing in the real world?more...
Project Based Learning with Mobile Devices
Educators have long realized the impact of hands-on learning for engaging and motivating learners.more...
Digital Storytelling Using the iPad
We have all experienced the magic of reading or hearing a compelling story.more...
Multimedia Presentation Web Tools for Classroom Use
Engaging your students with classroom projects is easy - all you need are a few multimedia web tools!more...
Engage Students with Fun, Interactive Lessons and a Bit of Mischief!
Would you like to excite and engage your students with fun, interactive lessons?more...
Explore New Features in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 has a variety of new features that make working with presentations easier and more flexible than ever, and many of these features are specifically designed to perform well on tablets and other mobile devices.more...
Working with Pictures and Design Tools in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
One sure way to lose audience attention is to present plain white slides crammed with too much text or overcrowded with too many poorly arranged graphics.more...
Explore New Features in Microsoft Publisher 2013
Microsoft Publisher 2013 has a several new features that make creating professional-looking publications easier than ever, and many of these features are specifically designed to perform well on tablets.more...
Working with Graphics and Pictures in Microsoft Publisher 2013
Eye-catching graphics or pictures can often quickly communicate the right concept, mood, or tone that you'd like to convey, so why not use them to add visual interest and information to the publications you are creating?more...
Use Voicethread as a Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Tool
Would you like to use the same web tool to explain concepts, encourage collaborative participation, and create alternatives to written assessments?more...
Mobile Learning for All: Using QR Codes to Benefit All Learners
Would you like an easy way for your students to access and interact with online information?more...
Adding Audio and Video in PowerPoint 2013
Adding audio or video to a presentation can provide additional information, add interest, or capture your audience's attention - and PowerPoint 2013 not only supports a wider range of multimedia formats, but also makes working with audio and video easier than ever!more...
Create Amazing Digital Stories Easily with Green-screen Effects and an iPad
Digital storytelling can be a great way for students to develop creativity and communication skills as they enhance their technology and organization skills.more...
Ready to Differentiate: Ways to Share Your Screencasts, Videos, and Digital Materials
Do you have screencasts, videos, or other digital materials that you would like to use to help differentiate your lessons, but you aren't sure where to put them?more...
Increase Achievement and Understanding in the Math Classroom Using Screencasting
Would you like an easy way to create customized tutorials that students can use to review concepts, as well as a way for students to demonstrate their own knowledge and understanding?more...
School Libraries: Remaining Relevant in a Digital World
Are you looking for ways to keep your school library relevant in an ever changing digital landscape?more...
Design Engaging Learning Experiences with a Free Tool for Digital Differentiation
Are you looking for a free, user friendly digital tool to help you design engaging learning experiences that meet the diverse learning needs of all the students in your classroom?more...
Let Your Students' Ideas Come to Life with Office Sway
Want an easy way for your students to demonstrate their creativity and knowledge while letting their ideas come to life?more...
Create, Present, and Share with Office Sway
Would you like to be able to express yourself and effortlessly create and share professional-looking content with students, colleagues, or parents?more...
Flip Any Video on YouTube with TED-Ed
Have you ever seen a YouTube video and thought, "I'd love to use that, but I don't have time"?more...
Microsoft Office: Available on a Device Near You
Take your office with you using the Microsoft Office mobile apps for iOS, Android, and Windows devices.more...
Blogging with Blogger - Everything You Need to Know to Make an Awesome Blog
Blogs can be a great way for educators and students to communicate and share ideas, as well as to develop communication skills.more...
The YouTube You Don't Know - Eight Frequently Overlooked Features for Teachers
YouTube offers teachers and students more than just a great place to watch funny or educational videos.more...
Digital Storytelling with Interactive Images and Videos
Every image has a story - and you can help those images come to life and tell deeper stories with ThingLink.more...
Using Videos for Creative Storytelling
The use of videos in the classroom can help students reflect on or demonstrate their learning, while also providing an outlet for their creativity.more...
Setting Up Your First Podcast with Audacity
Whether you want to communicate with colleagues, provide extra instruction for students, set up engaging class projects, or simply share ideas, podcasting might be just what you are looking for!more...
Tips and Tricks for Editing Your Audacity Podcast
Once you've recorded your podcast, what if it's not quite right?more...
Recording and Editing Your Google Hangout on Air Session
Would you like to record your Hangout on Air Session in order to make it available later to colleagues, students, or parents?more...
Periscope: Share Projects, Engage Parents, and More with Live Video
Live video via Twitter is a hot new technology.more...
Digital Literacy Fundamentals: What Every Teacher Needs to Know
As an educator, you no doubt understand the need to be literate, but do you know what it means to be "digitally literate"?more...
Go Google for Presentations
Have you ever wanted students to collaborate on presentations outside of class, but file sharing and logistics were a problem?more...
Creating Digital Portfolios in All Grades
Over the course of the school year our students create some fantastic digital products.more...
Sharing Your School or Classroom with Google Hangouts
Did you know that Google Hangouts are for more than just "hanging out"?more...
Say it With Pictures: Using Mobile Devices to Capture Pictures and Learning
Is a picture worth a thousand words?more...
Alternatives to Slide Presentations - Free Tools for Student Projects
Slide presentations are a great way for students to digitally demonstrate what they've learned, but who wants to sit through 30 (or more) slide shows?more...
10 Free Web Tools to Create Engaging QR Codes
Would you like to integrate a technology that can be used to promote inquiry and engage students in a variety of learning activities and resources?more...
Preparing Your Students for Digital Literacy in the Workforce
Many employers today are looking for new employees who are digitally literate; however, just because many of our teens and young adults have been immersed in computers, the Internet, video games and other digital technologies, it does not mean they are digitally literate.more...
10 Activities that Will Have Students Moving with Mobile Devices
Mobile devices, such as tablets, iPads, and smartphones have the ability to transform the way we learn.more...
Amazing Digital Projects for All Students with Google Tools
It has been said that a good picture is worth a thousand words - and students of all ages can use pictures to develop and convey what they know.more...
Adobe Voice: Record, Reflect, Revise!
Being able to record your students as they speak can be a valuable teaching tool - whether it's for public speaking, foreign language practice, class presentations, retelling of digital stories, or something else.more...
Design a Google Art Gallery for Any Subject
Artwork from all over the world is easily accessible from your computer and can be used to enhance your instruction or as part of student or class projects that facilitate learning and exploration.more...
Great Ways to Use Google Slides for Student-Driven Learning Projects
Would you like to design student-driven learning projects that require students to construct knowledge as they create?more...
Creating Video to Demonstrate Learning
Mobile devices and social networking have pushed media to the forefront of modern communication.more...
Inspired by Media: Creative Writing in the Digital Age
Would you like to spice up writing assignments for your students and get them energized about writing?more...
Creating Interactive Photos in Your Classroom
A picture tells a thousand words, especially when you or your students make it interactive.more...
Kid-safe Resources for Your Classroom
Would you like for you and your students to be able to access a wide variety of digital media and resources that you know are safe and kid friendly?more...
Create Interactive Maps Projects
Come discover how you and your students can create interactive maps that will encourage student exploration, invite curiosity and promote spatial thinking.more...
Using Digital Portfolios to Document Growth, Demonstrate Knowledge, and More!
Digital portfolios are a great way for learners of all ages to document and demonstrate knowledge and growth.more...
Copyright-Friendly Tips and Tech Tools
With so many tech tools, sites, and online resources readily available to students and teachers, it has become extremely easy to copy and paste information and images for our own use.more...
Using Google Drawings and Photos to Share Content and Demonstrate Understanding
Images offer infinite ways for teachers and students to represent content and express knowledge.more...
Spice Up Your Textbooks and Create more Meaningful Learning Experiences
Do your students seem to resist efforts to get them to use their textbooks?more...

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