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Read&Write lets everyone read, write and express themselves more confidently and independently. This easy-to-use toolbar makes documents, files and web pages more accessible. Great for support with their reading and writing, at school or in the workplace.
Jamboard TemplatesAll / Traci Johnson
Jamboard Templates allow teachers to create online interactive lessons for all grade levels; all you have to do is customize to your content. A quick Google search will give you tons of templates to customize!
The US Department of Education Office of Educational Technology just released the Teacher Digital Learning Guide These guides provide strategies to help teachers and leaders effectively incorporate digital learning strategies both inside and outside the classroom.
The US Department of Education's Office of Educational Technology just released the School Leader Digital Learning Guide. These guides provide strategies to help teachers and leaders effectively incorporate digital learning strategies both inside and outside the classroom
Project Birdwing: a 3 part virtual field trip that deals with themes of adaptation and ecology through the lens of different types of wings in local bird species. This trip includes an official in class presentation from our educational rangers on the topic and two optional (but highly encouraged!) exercises focused on crafting paper bird models.
Ask a Ranger with Gateway National Recreation AreaPreschool / Sam Durbin
Ask a Ranger: this program is much more flexible and can be catered to fit within a teacher's created lesson plan (with some time for our rangers to prepare of course!). The program includes a video visit from a ranger to ask all your students questions on a topic, in this case, maybe something about local ecology and stewardship.
This is an activity where students can get instant gratification and feedback when they answers questions because it draws a picture!
Celebrate the 45th anniversary of the official observance of African American History Month and examine the struggles and contributions they made during WWII.
Instructor-led online class teaches digital citizenship with Garfield the cat. Designed to use with ANY video conference platform (Zoom, Webex, etc). No account or sign-in required to watch Garfield cartoons, access Storybooks.
This historical overview begins in 1833 with President Jackson, the first president to ride in a train. Highlighted will be the unique train stories of President Lincoln, Harding, Roosevelt, Truman, Johnson, Eisenhower, and Bush.It shows trains continue to make a strong connection for people with their presidents.
Among Us Escape Room to review digital citizenship.
Shapegrams are a series of Google Drawings documents with pictures to recreate, instructional videos, design tips, and extension activities.
The California Student Media Festival seeks to transform student learning, recognizing creativity and student agency through the cultivation and celebration of original work in a medium that is collaboratively or individually crafted, striving for an equitable environment for all.
LEARNING SAFE PRACTICES ON THE COMPUTER/INTERNET
Need a digital journal for your students to record their lab or project in? On this Google Slides, students will go through steps of an engineering process to complete a project from understanding the problem, trial observations, and reflection questions.
Create POWERFUL service learning connections with your learning community via Virtual Field Trips! These trips highlight ALL of our K12 Library Media Science curriculum priority standards: reading advocacy, information literacy, digital citizenship & technology integration! Padlet of OASL Webinar resources attached! Reach out with questions!
A great tool for students to use when creating book trailers or videos highlighting important people or events in a professional looking way. Animoto is easy to use and it has endless application possibilities.
Parent Support for Online Learning was founded by experienced online education parents to support parents, students, and educators as they navigate digital learning.
Students in grades 6-12 can watch this informative and entertaining Above the Noise video that introduces the pros and cons of school surveillance, then practice arguing from evidence, media literacy, civil discourse, and even media making, through this online lesson.
In this free instructor-led online course, you’ll make audio for your classroom as well as learn how to teach and assess student audio projects. This course also prepares you to apply for PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification.
Students in grades 6-12 watch this informative and entertaining video to learn about the pros and cons of how YouTube algorithms that feed viewers popular, but not necessarily accurate, content. Then, they share their own opinion and practice arguing from evidence and even media making.
Empower students through media making and authentic audience. Engage student voice and choice with Youth Media Challenge topics customized for STEM, HUM, and even Dance! Ideal for secondary students, in distance or in-person classes. Free.
Nature-based resources for play, wellness, and environmental education. Lessons are split into categories catered toward families and educators. All the educator lessons are tied to K-12 Minnesota Academic Standards. Everyone can enjoy our hands-on, nature-based activities and curriculum adapted for easy, at-home use!
VISUAL DAILY RUTINES IN SPANISH FOR ADHD8-Jun / carol morales
VISUAL TOOL FOR DAILY MORNING AND NIGHT ROUTINE FOR CHILDREN WITH EXECUTIVE FUNCTION DEFICIT.