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Radical Women of the Renaissance3-5 / Melissa Roork
Students will research a woman from the Renaissance era and create a PowerPoint explaining who they were and why they were considered to be radical. PPT will include images, transitions, animations, sound bites, video clips, and important information including references.
This is a template for a virtual word wall created for the LMS so that students could have access at all times.
Digital Culture breakout adapted from Nancy Rushing Culture Breakout. This breakout includes digital and physical locks. Used in the culture unit in an AP Human Geo class.
Includes visual spatial temporal reasoning games in major math concepts from PreK-8. Accessible puzzles that begin language- and symbol-free. Puzzles are selected from the award-winning ST Math program.
Two Digit Addition (without regrouping) EscapeK-2 / Sarah Hall
Students work in partners to solve two digit addition problems presented in a powerpoint. Once students complete a problem correctly, it provides a letter for a secret code to escape.
Students will fill out their Ancient Greece study guide using the following slides, working independently with 1:1 devices .
Students can then test their knowledge with an interactive quiz game using the link provided for Blooket.
Digital Learning Day 2022All / Neiha Joshi
We, Neema Academy are celebrating Digital Learning day 2022 to create awareness about the importance and benefit of online learning in one's life.
https://info.flipgrid.com/3-5 / Tammy Babler
We want to use Flip Grid to share information about our biography research.
Formative assessment can double student learning gains and digital tools can help. Let's take a look at a few great options!
Get your students excited about math with these digital math tools and resources, all of them free and ready to use!
One of the most critical skills to have today is digital citizenship, and it's up to educators to ensure their students have mastered it.
Looking for some activities to use in your PK-12 classroom? Get the conversation going with these five resources.
Are you wanting to incorporate more digital citizenship into your curriculum? You'll find a multitude of resources in this article!
This resource is free to educators and parents, and has information, activities, lesson plans and more surrounding digital citizenship and ed tech tools.
Google Keep Digital Planners6-8 / Amy Manware
Students will create digital planners with Google Keep. They will create a note for each individual subject, design headers with Google Drawings, and link their Google Classrooms to each subject note. Additionally, students will learn how Google Keep integrates w/Google Calendar so they can be stay super organized!
Sweet Search is an excellent search engine designed for students by educators. It's the best!
The Smithsonian Learning Lab is a free, interactive platform, designed for teachers and students, for discovering millions of authentic digital resources, creating content with online tools, and sharing in the Smithsonian's expansive community of knowledge and learning.
To study for an upcoming test, my scholars and I used a Jeopardy created on Jeopardy Labs to play the study game Trash-ket ball. The faster you brought the correct answer, the more shots you get on the trash can.
A curation of 30+ virtual libraries and lesson templates, all FREE to copy for educators. Designed for grades K-5, subjects include ELA, math, growth-mindset, history, biography, science, holidays, SEL, and brain breaks.
Scoilnet is the Irish education portal that primary and second level uses to access commercial and teacher-created resources. Perfect for St. Patrick's Day !!
To help young people understand how to manage their money, it’s important to gauge what they know, understand, and can do. The “Map your money journey” survey is a self-assessment designed for students in grades 3–12.
The Apps4tablet portal is intended for all teachers who want to increase the usefulness of student tablets obtained within the School for Life project in Croatia by getting acquainted with educational applications that can be installed on student tablets.
The Apps4tablet portal is intended for all teachers who want to increase the usefulness of student tablets obtained within the School for Life project in Croatia by getting acquainted with educational applications that can be installed on student tablet.
PSOL's Digital Learning Toolkit is designed to help parents distinguish between remote "crisis" learning and intentionally designed online learning. Parents will find FAQ's for choosing an online program or school, a Home Learning Trackers, and Tips and Tricks to get started learning at home.