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Tools for Student Projects

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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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  • Tools for Student Projects
Brainstorm and Share Using Online Sticky Notes
Learn how to effectively share and post online sticky notes on Wallwisher, Lino, and Scrumblr.more...
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...
Cite This: Two Free Tools that Make Citing Sources Easy!
Are you frustrated with the citations and bibliographies that students turn in - or worse yet, that they fail to turn in?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...
Guide Discovery, Research, and Learning with Easy-to-create WebQuests
WebQuests can be wonderful tools for guided discovery, research, and learning, but sometimes they can be a bit overwhelming to create.more...
Breaking Down the Four Walls of Your Classroom with Skype
Skype is an incredible tool for keeping in touch with friends and loved ones all over the world, but did you know that thousands of educators are using Skype to break down the four walls of their classrooms?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...
Lights, Camera, Action! Easily Create Dynamic Video Presentations
Would you like to create video presentations without a lot of special hardware and software?more...
Screencasts Made Easy: Create and Share Your Own Tutorials
Have you ever wanted to create tutorials for your students or substitutes?more...
Create Eye-Catching Websites - Without Knowing Programming!
Have you ever wanted to create an eye-catching classroom website, but didn't know where to start?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...
Bring Shakespeare to Life with Online Discussions
Have you been looking for a way to shake up your Shakespeare curriculum with fun creative activities?more...
Creating Global Citizens with Meaningful Blogging
How would you like to invite the world into your classroom and expose your students' writing to an authentic audience?more...
Empowering Kids to Make a Global Difference: One Kiva Club's Story
Do you believe that global awareness means more than simply learning about another culture's food and holidays?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...
Exploring Digital Citizenship: Teaching Copyright Issues
As an educator, you no doubt know the importance of teaching students the importance of being good digital citizens, but sometimes knowing all the "rules" and how to teach them can be a bit tricky - especially when it comes to copyright.more...
The Knowledge Journey: Ways to Keep Students Learning During Breaks
The holidays are around the corner, which means schools will soon go on break.more...
Create Student ePortfolios using VoiceThread
Today's students frequently create a variety of digital papers, projects, and other products of learning.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...
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...
Motivate Readers and Get Connected: Reaching Out to Authors on the Web
How would you like to get your students enthused about reading and writing?more...
3 Student-driven Projects: Using a Blended Learning Model
Not enough time to cover everything you'd like to do in class?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...
How to Get Started with Project-Based Learning
Have you ever considered trying project-based learning in your classroom, but wondered if it was right for you and your students?more...
Movies in Minutes: Creating Videos with iMovie
In this webinar, you will learn the basics of using iMovie!more...
Student Projects that Promote 21st Century Skills
Do your class projects help your students develop 21st century skills?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...
Using Your iPad to Make Movies on the Go!
Have iPad, will travel!more...
A Blog, a Quad, and a Leap Around the World
Have you ever wondered if blogging with your students could make an impact?more...
Using Google Maps for Virtual Journeys
Have you ever wanted to take your students on a journey without leaving the classroom?more...
Vlogging, Podcasting, and More!
Ever wanted to move beyond blogging with your students but were afraid to try?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...
Exploring the Role of Robotics in K-12 Education
Do you or your school need effective strategies to improve math and science achievement at all levels?more...
Create Your Own eBook with iBooks Author
Ever think you could create a better text book than the manufacturers?more...
Help Students Learn Vocabulary Using a Fun, Free Tool
Need fun and effective ways for your students to learn vocabulary or terms?more...
It's Hip to be Square; QR Codes for the Classroom
QR Codes are appearing everywhere.more...
Inspire Creativity and Presentation Skills with a New Kind of Puppet Show
Remember the good old days when all you needed was an old sock to create an easy (and cheap) puppet for your very own classroom theater?more...
From the Mouths of Babes: Peer to Peer Instruction via the iPad
Are you harnessing the power of peer instruction in your classroom?more...
Creating Review Games with Free Web Tools
Want a fun activity that will engage your students and help them to retain key concepts and facts?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...
Students Sharing Stories Through Digital Storytelling
Many learners enjoy listening to stories and creating them.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...
Digital Citizenship for Your Digital Natives
Are your digital natives good digital citizens?more...
Publishing Digital Books: Making Students' Work Come Alive
Have you ever wanted your students' stories and artwork to come to life in a published book?more...
Create Awesome Presentations on Your iPad!
For many educators electronic presentations are often a necessity and staple within the classroom.more...
Text Messaging in the Classroom: A Powerful Instruction Tool
Most students love to text message - maybe too much.more...
Creative Commons: Creating Better Digital Citizens
Being a good digital citizen is important, but all too often when students find pictures or other works online, they fail to understand what they can re-use and what they can't.more...
Project Ideas and Free Tools for Collaborative Learning
The Web is full of great free tools that help and encourage our students to collaborate on projects.more...
Increase Student Productivity with free iPad Apps!
As educators we want students not only to learn new things, but also to produce and create new things.more...
Creating and Using Infographics in the Classroom
You've probably seen Infographics - those graphics that are visual representations of knowledge or information.more...
Google Search: 10 Tips to Help Your Students Search Smarter!
Students today have access to unlimited information via the Internet, but do they know how to find 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...
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...
Combine Literacy and Technology Skills by Creating Your Own Adventure Stories
Are you looking for ways to promote literacy, creativity, and problem solving in your classroom?more...
Creative Ways to Share Ideas and Classwork
Do you have all these great ideas, but you can't decide the best way to share?more...
Tell an Interactive Story with Timelines
Timelines can be more than a line of dates - they can tell a story!more...
Creating Book Trailers with Younger Students
Would you like your elementary students to move beyond the standard book report?more...
Project Ideas for Elementary Students that Align to Common Core Language Arts
A great way to engage students is with collaborative projects that align to Common Core standards.more...
Increase Engagement and Learning with Student-Curated Content
Much has been written and said about the value of students owning their own education.more...
Exploring NASA in the Non-Science Classroom
Do you think NASA is just for Science and Engineering?more...
10 Activities You Can Do With QR Codes
You've seen them - those funny, square QR codes that surround us daily - but have you ever considered using them in the classroom?more...
Using Google Docs, Forms, and Calendar in a Collaborative Learning Environment
Do you want to give collaborative assignments, but find that students have difficulty getting together to work on them after school?more...
21 Signs You're a 21st Century Teacher
Many educators around the globe understand importance of "21st century skills" and "21st century teaching," but what does it mean to be a "21st century teacher"?more...
Where in the World Can I Find Primary Sources?
Asking questions, making connections, and creating comparisons are concepts that repeat throughout the Common Core Standards.more...
How in the World Can I Use Primary Sources?
Once you've found the primary source documents you need, do you know how you might use them in your classroom?more...
Publish Yourself and Your Students: Creating eBooks
Have you ever wanted to publish your own work or your students' work?more...
No Email, No Problem: Great Websites That Require No Registration
Have you ever found a Web tool that you wanted to use with your students, but it required registration?more...
Connecting and Collaborating with Google Hangouts
Would you like to easily connect, collaborate, and communicate with other educators, parents, or classrooms- whether they're next door or around the world?more...
Unpacking the Common Core: Technology Powered Projects
Technology can be a powerful tool to help us meet the Common Core Standards and prepare our students for success in school and beyond, and a great way to use that technology is with student projects.more...
Tuned into Learning! Engaging iPad Activities for Teens
Teenagers can often be a difficult group to engage, but technology can help motivate teens to tune in to their learning.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...
Creating Webquests for Guided Research and Learning
Are you tired of having your students aimlessly wander around the Internet searching for websites in an unguided fashion?more...
New Ways to Research: An Alternative to Research Papers
Not so long ago, being literate meant being able to read and write, but in our digital world, being literate also means being able to find and assimilate information, solve problems, and use technology to present what was found.more...
Project Based Learning with Mobile Devices
Educators have long realized the impact of hands-on learning for engaging and motivating learners.more...
Spark an Interest in STEM with Help from NASA
Would you like spark your students' interest in STEM subjects and related careers?more...
Creating Review Games for Your Science Class with Free Web Tools
Would you like to incorporate fun activities that will engage your students and help them to retain key scientific concepts, terms, and facts?more...
Digital Storytelling Using the iPad
We have all experienced the magic of reading or hearing a compelling story.more...
Researching Effectively with Mobile Devices: Note Taking and Bookmarking
Mobile devices are effective for improving literacy for students because they get students engaged in skills such as note taking, bookmarking, scanning information, and summarizing large amounts of reading.more...
Cultivate Creativity and Critical Thinking of Gifted Students with Problem-Based Learning
Are you looking for ways to stretch the thinking of your gifted students?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...
Researching Effectively through Mobile Devices: Curation and Aggregation
Many schools are beginning to see the potential and effectiveness of using mobile devices to improve literacy, because they get students engaged in skills such as note taking, bookmarking, scanning information, and summarizing large amounts of reading.more...
What Fun! Improve Literacy with 10 Free Comic Tools and Apps
Improving literacy is challenging when learners are not engaged with the material.more...
Teach Problem-solving and Game Design through Game Playing
Most kids love online games - so why not use them to engage your students, promote 21st century learning, and help them develop creative problem-solving skills?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...
Halloween Fun: Monster Lesson Ideas, Apps, and Resources for Grades K-5
Elementary grade students are often excited by the idea of Halloween, so if Halloween is around the corner, why not add a bit of spooky fun to your curriculum and take advantage of the Halloween spirit with monster themed activities?more...
Zombie Attack! Zombie Lesson Ideas, Apps, & Resources for Grades 5-12
Older students love zombies, which is why movies, comics, video games, and books about zombies are teen favorites.more...
Use Digital Storytelling Tools to Enhance Writing and Engage Your Elementary Students
Learning to write at a young age is essential to later success, and providing engaging tools that allow your elementary students the opportunity to unleash their creativity while sharing and publishing their work can help sharpen their skills and foster a love of writing.more...
Mobile Apps for Creating Special Holiday Gifts
The holidays are just around the corner, and nothing is better than creating and receiving personalized and creative gifts for families and friends.more...
How to Effectively Manage Online Collaborative Projects
Many educators are using social networks and Web tools to connect their classes globally, organize online courses, and host free professional development events.more...
Kids Need to Code: Introducing Your Elementary Students to Coding
Teaching students to code gives them a cutting edge on problem solving and helps them to be more successful in the future, and the younger they start, the better!more...
Kids Need to Code: Exploring Coding with Your Middle and High School Students
Teaching middle and high school students to code greatly enhances their problem-solving skills and provides them with valuable skills that can help them become more successful in life.more...
Augmented Reality in the Secondary Classroom: Increase Learning and Engagement
You may have heard of Augmented Reality (AR) or thought it was cool, but did you know that it can be used to enhance student learning, increase achievement, and improve the classroom environment?more...
HTML: It's Simpler than You Think!
Have you ever tried to add something to a blog or Web page but things just didn't look quite like you wanted them to?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...
10 Free Augmented Reality Apps for Your Elementary Classroom
Would you like to utilize the imagination and creativity of your elementary age students while enhancing learning, increasing achievement, and improving the classroom environment?more...
Empower Kids to Make a Global Difference: One Kiva Club's Story
Do you believe that global awareness means more than simply learning about another culture's food and holidays?more...
Using Minecraft to Reinforce Concepts, Collaboration, Problem Solving, and More!
Have you ever noticed how engaged and absorbed most kids get when playing video or computer games?more...
Create Your Own Personalized Augmented Reality Content: It's Easier than You Think!
You may have seen or used Augmented Reality (AR) apps that were pre-made, but how would you like to learn how to create AR content that is personalized for your classroom and your learners?more...
Improve Creativity and Critical Thinking with Problem-Based Learning
Are you looking for ways to engage all of your students and stretch their thinking?more...
Use Digital Resources to Build Better Critical Thinkers
Today's teachers and librarians are charged with guiding students to be strong critical thinkers and problem solvers so that they will be well-prepared to meet a variety of 21st century challenges.more...
Easy Anytime, Anywhere, Online Collaboration with Office 365
Until recently, collaborating on various documents and presentations often meant passing marked up documents back and forth, waiting for others to finish edits, sharing data drives, and keeping track of the most recent versions but that's no longer necessary.more...
Organize Students, Content, Work, and Collaboration Space - All in OneNote Class Notebooks (for Educators)
Would you like to be able to easily organize and collect classwork, give feedback, provide an easy collaboration space, and more - all within one powerful online notebook?more...
OneNote Class Notebooks, Content, Creativity, and Collaboration in One Place (for Trainers)
Would you like to help your teachers be more productive and efficient, while empowering their students and providing them with the collaborative space and feedback they need?more...
Free Tools for Project-based Learning in Your 1:1 Classroom
Would you like to help your students acquire deeper knowledge as they investigate challenges and gain problem-solving skills?more...
Makerspaces and Fab Labs: Powerful Tools to Enhance Learning and Interest in STEM Topics
Would you like to ignite your students' curiosity and learning and help them to develop a strong interest in STEM topics?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...
Increase Motivation, Understanding, and Participation with a Gamified Classroom
Would you like to engage your students, increase motivation, and promote a deeper understanding of subject matter, while encouraging participation and learning from mistakes?more...
15 Free Web Tools for Elementary-level Student Projects
Would you like student projects that will facilitate learning, engage your students, and allow you to integrate technology into your elementary classroom?more...
Explore New Worlds, Past and Present: iPad Apps for Teaching Social Studies
Do your students sometimes have difficulty relating to other cultures, unfamiliar land masses, remote areas, historical figures, or other Social Studies topics you are trying to cover?more...
Using QR Codes and Augmented Reality to Teach Social Studies
Are you looking for ways to keep your students interested and engaged during Social Studies lessons?more...
Teaching Current Events: Finding Resources Online
Including informational text and reading in the social studies classroom can go beyond traditional textbooks.more...
Speaking and Listening Activities for the Social Studies Classroom
Are you looking for ways to develop and improve your students' speaking and listening skills?more...
Digital Storytelling Apps and Project Ideas to get K-12 Students Excited about Learning
Are you looking for project and classroom ideas that can help your students develop and enhance creativity, information fluency, communication, and collaboration skills?more...
Learning Without Borders using Skype in the Classroom
Current technologies and modes of communication have made the world seem smaller and allowed individuals to become more interconnected - giving you and your students easy access to people, information, and cultures across the globe.more...
Tech-Friendly Tasks for the K-8 Social Studies Classroom
Technology provides a lot of great possibilities for delivering your Social Studies lessons in ways that can engage and motivate students.more...
The Knowledge Journey: Ways to Keep Students Learning During Breaks
The holidays are around the corner, which means schools will soon go on break.more...
5 Free Tools for Creating Powerful, Engaging Student Projects
We've all been there - sitting through 30 slide presentations that all look alike and present the same information in the same way.more...
Projects and Suggestions for Differentiating Instruction with Google Drive
Do you find it challenging to design, facilitate, and manage differentiated instruction for a diverse group of students?more...
Take Collaboration and Projects to a New Level with Google Drive
Would you like free tools that you and your students can use to easily collaborate and share ideas?more...
Student Projects in the Google Classroom
Assigning engaging student projects and finding ways for students to easily collaborate - both inside and outside of class - can be challenging.more...
Igniting Critical Thinking and Problem-solving through Tinkering Labs and Mobile Technologies
Makerspaces and Coding are just two of the ingredients of a highly engaging learning lab that allows students to create, collaborate, and invent - while sparking authentic math, science, and literacy development.more...
How QR Codes Changed My Classroom
Have you heard of QR codes and what teachers can do with them in their classroom?more...
Collaborative Projects for Elementary Readers
If you are an elementary educator, you no doubt know how important it is for your students to cultivate strong reading and collaborative skills.more...
Collaborating and Creating Content: Working Together for Authentic Audiences
When students work together they can create amazing content that is perfect for sharing, and when those students anticipate an authentic audience, they tend to apply themselves and work even harder.more...
12 Great Ways to Use Google Drive
Google Apps for Education provides educators with a suite of powerful tools for teaching and learning.more...
Global Collaboration Projects to Engage Students and Learn with the World
Most students enjoy sharing - and having the opportunity to share and collaborate with other students around the country or the world especially invigorates student engagement.more...
Project Ideas for Using Google Hangouts in Your Classroom
Do you think that Google Hangouts is useful only for talking with friends and colleagues?more...
Kaleidoscope of Learning: K-12 Global Collaboration and Virtual Field Trips
Today's students need to be more globally aware and involved than ever, and you can help them explore the limitless possibilities of cross-cultural interactions via global collaboration projects!more...
Playful Learning: School Grounds as Playgrounds
Learning doesn't have to take place only in the classroom when you have the school campus and grounds at your disposal.more...
Using Geocaching to Promote Collaboration and Problem-solving Skills
Are you looking for a student activity that encourages exploration collaboration, and problem solving skills?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...
Let's Hang! 10 Ideas for Collaborative Learning with HangOuts
How would you like to encourage your students to learn while "hanging out" with their peers?more...
Using Google Hangouts to Connect Student Learning
Real-world connections provide students immediate, relevant reasons to learn, other than the fact that you've given them an assignment and they will get a grade on it.more...
Periscope: Share Projects, Engage Parents, and More with Live Video
Live video via Twitter is a hot new technology.more...
Student and Collaborative Class Projects with Google Tools
Are you looking for suggestions for digital projects that your students can complete either by themselves or as part of a collaborative group?more...
Google Sheets: Project Ideas and Implementation Across Curriculum
The idea of "using spreadsheets" usually doesn't elicit much excitement or anticipation, yet spreadsheets can be extremely versatile tools in your instructional toolbox.more...
15 Free Mobile Apps for Digital Research
Get your students researching on the go with their mobile devices.more...
15 Free Mobile Apps for Collaborative Projects
Meaningful collaboration can help empower learning and teach useful life skills, and mobile apps have made collaboration easier than ever.more...
Google Search: 10 Tips to Help Your Students Search Smarter!
Students today have access to unlimited information via the Internet, but do they know how to find information?more...
How to Promote Digital Literacy in the Classroom with Content Creation
In order for students to be college and career ready, it's important that we help to promote their digital literacy skills - and that might be easier than you think.more...
Google Apps for Beginners
Are you new to Google tools and want to know more?more...
Getting Started with Chrome Apps to Create and Make with Your Students
Get ready to explore the wonderful world of free Chrome Apps to create engaging student projects and assist with class productivity and workflow of assignments.more...
Creating Digital Portfolios in All Grades
Over the course of the school year our students create some fantastic digital products.more...
Telling Stories with Digital Maps
When you think about mapping, do you tend to think of it as an activity that is only done in social studies classes?more...
Minecraft: Will It Really Impact Student Learning?
Minecraft is everywhere and students love it.more...
Great Ways to Use Google Drive to Power Up Your Classroom
Google Apps for Education provides educators with a suite of powerful tools for teaching and learning.more...
Digital Content to Ignite Your PBL Lessons
Project Based Learning (PBL) continues to be a powerful method for engaging students and preparing them to become lifelong learners and 21st century problem solvers.more...
Great Ways to Use Google Drive for Student Driven Learning Projects
Google Apps for Education provides educators with a suite of powerful tools for teaching and learning.more...
Say it With Pictures: Using Mobile Devices to Capture Pictures and Learning
Is a picture worth a thousand words?more...
10 Free Web Tools for K-12 Student Projects
Student projects are a great way to facilitate learning, engage your students, and allow you to integrate technology into your classroom.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...
Website Wow! Creating an Interactive Classroom Hub with Google Sites
Whether you are teaching in a 1:1, blended, or more traditional classroom, creating an engaging, online website hub is an effective way to manage content, set up activities, and convey information.more...
Applying Bloom's Taxonomy to Google Tools and Projects
For more than half a century, teachers have used Bloom's Taxonomy to lead students deeper into content in an orderly manner.more...
Using Google Hangouts for Mystery Calls and Other Class Projects
Google Hangouts is a versatile free tool that offers numerous learning opportunities in the classroom.more...
Using Google Apps to Create Interactive Student or Class Projects
Google Apps are great for making documents and slideshows, but did you know you and your students can also use them to make digital interactives?more...
Project Ideas and Tools that Empower Student Voice and Choice
Research shows that dropout rates, student achievement, and workforce readiness will improve by integrating student voices in the classroom and in society.more...
Hour of Code: Free Resources to Help Your Students Code
Have you heard about the Hour of Code and wondered what it was all about?more...
MakerSpaces: Letting Genius Shine!
A makerspace is a place where students can gather to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials.more...
Awesome STEM Resources For K-5
With the push to generate more interest in STEM topics, many elementary teachers and schools are incorporating more STEM activities and subjects.more...
Easy Student Collaboration with Google Drive
Would you like your students to be able to easily collaborate no matter where they are?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...
Using Google Hangouts for Podcasting in the Classroom
Podcasting is a great way for you and your students to become creators of content, by reflecting on learning, flipping content, teaching new topics, connecting with other educators, and so much more!more...
Augmented Reality for K-8: Apps and Ideas for Easy Classroom Integration
Augmented reality is an exciting and engaging technology for classroom learning, and it can be applied to almost any subject!more...
Get Started Creating Engaging Student Projects with Chromebooks
Would you like for your students to create engaging projects that help them understand concepts, improve creativity, and demonstrate what they know?more...
Using Google Apps in the Primary Classroom
Even our youngest learners can enjoy using Google Apps for productivity and creation!more...
I Made It: Creating Makerspaces on a Budget
One of the goals of a Makerspace is to connect concrete projects to the more abstract worlds of STEM.more...
Creating Video to Demonstrate Learning
Mobile devices and social networking have pushed media to the forefront of modern communication.more...
Easy Collaboration, Curation, and Annotation for Student Projects
Would you like to discover easy ways for your students to be able to collaborate on, curate, and annotate their projects?more...
Everybody Code 1: Focusing On Coding Tools, Apps, and Ideas
Students need to have the opportunity to learn computer science.more...
Everybody Code 2: Focusing On Robotics, Games, and Other Tools for Coding
Students need to have the opportunity to learn computer science.more...
Get Creative with Google Hangouts: Brainstorm, Collaborate, Problem-Solve, and More!
Would you like for your students to be able to collaborate, problem-solve, and brainstorm remotely with each other or other classrooms?more...
Creation Tools for Web Browsers: Projects for Students on Chromebooks
Students can create fantastic projects right on their Chromebooks!more...
Creating Interactive Photos in Your Classroom
A picture tells a thousand words, especially when you or your students make it interactive.more...
An Intro to Google Drive and Tools
Would you like for you, your colleagues, and your students to be able to easily and simultaneously share and collaborate with easy-to-use Web tools?more...
Creative Activities, Projects, Tutorials, and More with 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...
Take Student Projects to the Next Level by Including the 4 Cs
Would you like to design your student projects so that students can take learning to a deeper level?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...
Creating Augmented, Interactive Student Notebooks
Would you like to bring cultures, historical objects, historical places, the world, and even the universe to your classroom?more...
Creating Passionate Literacy Environments: Getting Students Excited About Literacy
We have the tools to help us be literacy teachers, but how do we create passionate literacy environments for our students?more...
Tech Tools for Sharing Student Projects
Your students have developed questions, done research, and formed conclusions.more...
Create Engaging, Technology Rich Lesson Plans with an Amazing Free Site
Would you like to have access to thousands of tools and resources that could make your job easier and help you create engaging learning experiences for students?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...
Creating a Classroom Community with Minecraft
Minecraft is so much more than an entertaining computer game.more...
Minecraft: Education Edition Demo
Are you intrigued and excited about using Minecraft in the classroom, but don't really know how to play the game?more...
Getting Started with Minecraft: Education Edition
Are you ready to get started with Minecraft: Education Edition?more...
Around The World in Eighty Days: Virtual Field Trips on Your Chromebook
Field trips can be a fantastic learning experience for students.more...
Google Docs: An Intro to Creating, Formatting, Sharing, and More
Google Docs is a powerful free app that you and your students can use to create, share, edit, and collaborate on documents, reports, and written assignments.more...
Google Sheets: An Intro to Working with Data, Using Preset Formulas, and More
Google Sheets is a powerful free online app that you and your students can use to enter and analyze data on collaborative spreadsheets.more...
Google Forms: An Intro to Adding Questions, Applying Themes, Sharing, and More
Google Forms is a powerful free online app that you can use to enter quizzes, polls, formative assessments, exit tickets, and more.more...
Awesome Apps, Web Tools and Lessons for PreK through 2nd Grade
Have you hesitated to include more technology in your early elementary classroom because you weren't sure if your students were too young?more...
Easy Student Collaboration Using Chromebooks
Are you looking for ways to increase student collaboration with Chromebooks?more...
Develop Essential Skills with an Exciting Problem-solving Escape Game
Would you like to bring excitement, engagement, and motivation into your classroom - all while teaching new skills, critical thinking, teamwork, and problem solving?more...
Google Drawings: An Intro to Creating, Adding Shapes, Layering, and More
Google Drawings is a powerful free app that you and your students can use to create, edit, and collaborate on drawings and diagrams.more...
Integrate Google Drawings across Content Areas to Support Learning
If you think that Google Drawings is only good for art class or for doodling, think again!more...
Getting Started with Virtual Reality in Your Classroom
Have you heard of virtual reality?more...
Digital Resources for the Visual Arts
Would you like to integrate digital tools and apps into your classroom?more...
Great Ways to Use Google Sites in the Classroom
The new Google Sites makes it easier than ever to create websites, and there are lots of great reasons for teachers and students to use a website.more...
Creative Ways to Incorporate Google Slides in Your Classroom
If you are familiar with Google Slides, you are likely aware that it can be used to create electronic slide shows, but have you given much thought as to other ways you and your students can use Slides?more...
3D Design and Printing: Ideas, Insights, Tips, and Tools You Can Use
Are you looking for ideas, insights, tools, and tips for using 3D printing in your classroom?more...

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