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Tips & Tricks

Exemplary Practices for including remote learners in daily instruction

All / Susan Moore

Teachers share classroom management, teaching strategies and technology tips for including remote learners in daily instruction.

  • Professional Learning
Activity

Reading Comprehension Reflection

K-2 / Angela Schroeder

Use this reading response template to create opportunities for independent or collaborative (team project) comprehension discussions. Encourage students to use video, audio, text, drawing, or and/or images when answering questions and responding to peers.

  • Reading
Activity

Prodigy

All / Sarah Tino

Our mission at Prodigy is to help every student in the world to love learning. Prodigy is designed to be deeply engaging for students from 1st to 8th grade, elevating student confidence and attitudes towards math through adaptive play.

  • Mathematics
Event

Travelling Tales

All / Mariano Zuk

Travelling Tales is a digital storytelling project that supports global collaboration and student voice among schools around the world.

  • Art
  • Comics
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Digital Storytelling
Activity

Ozobot Resources

All / Melonee Hunter

Ozobots Classroom provide interactive lessons in all content areas based on coding activities. Teachers who have in-person scholars and Ozobots can interact with virtual scholars. Scholars can work collaboratively on coding activities that apply content knowledge.

  • Coding
  • Digital Building
  • Digital Storytelling
  • English Language Arts

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Lesson

Alma Thomas Inspired Art Lesson

All / Laura Bowden

K-3
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1fxWkAL07wQBn5ZqqbMAGeIv4TRVi_1hF-g2vJhNuN3w/copy

4-5
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1cgL6Nd3d9EhB4o4bREwyg_NhreqvcTyKZ8NjJiM1XxA/copy

  • Art
Instructional Tool

YouTube Channel

All / Rawan Adawi

I created this YouTube channel to help support students and teachers learning about different tools for online learning. You can find different videos for coding practice, tutorials for teachers on different platforms, mini-lessons for students in ICT skills.

  • Digital Citizenship
  • Professional Learning
  • Other

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Lesson

Flipsnack

8-Jun / Valeria Williams

Students were required to create a story using Microsoft Word and saving the file as a PDF. Documents were transformed into a digital book.

  • Collaborative Leadership
  • Digital Storytelling
  • English Language Arts
  • Reading
Instructional Tool

Simple K12

All / Eliza Bailey

Simple K12's Mission is to " help educators inspire their students, engage their learners, perfect their craft, and share their experiences..." It offers a myriad of "How to " webinars on integrating digital platforms, google classroom, canvas, Jamboard, digital storytelling, Nearpod and so much more to engage student learning.

  • Adaptive Learning
Lesson

Visually Poetry

12-Sep / Alexandra Herron

This activity shows how to use a source (the example is a blog) to create redacted poetry as a fun way to engage visual learners. Don't let the wordy instructions trick you. The visual appeal of the final product is amazing!

  • Digital Storytelling
  • English Language Arts
  • Foreign Language
  • Reading
Lesson

Kennedy Center Digital Learning Resources

All / JoDee Scissors

Arts-centered lessons for K-12 learners. Explore standards-aligned lessons with music, visual arts, theater, media arts, literary arts, and dance integration.

  • Art
Lesson

Preservation Hall Lessons

All / JoDee Scissors

New Orleans music integrated lessons. Engaging lessons with activities, media, and resources to protect, preserve and perpetuate New Orleans music and culture.

  • Music
Lesson

Desmos - Combining Like Terms

12-Sep / Rachel Kelly

Students will learn how to combine like terms and how the concept relates to real life.

  • Mathematics
Instructional Tool

The Virtual Lab is an online simulation of a chemistry lab. (new HTML5 based version )

12-Sep / Dana Nistor

RESOURCE TYPE: Virtual Labs
The Virtual Lab is an online simulation of a chemistry lab.
It is designed to help students link chemical computations with authentic laboratory chemistry.
The lab allows students to select from hundreds of standard reagents (aqueous) and manipulate them in a manner resembling a real lab.

  • Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • Science
  • Virtual Reality
Activity

Hidden Figures Research / Black History Month

All / Hannah Linares

To go along with studies of Black History Month in ELA and the Civil War in Social Studies, Students learned about 19 different "Hidden Figures" that were/are influential in there own right, but purposefully ignored by history for some reason.
They then chose two to become experts on, and choose a medium to creatively tell their stories.

  • English Language Arts
  • History/Civics
  • Reading
  • Other
Activity

Rewrite it: Perspectives

All / Hannah Linares

Students read one of the provided stories or poems of various genres, and creatively rewrite it from the perspective of a different character (or even object.)

Resource link is public in Canvas Commons but requires login.

  • English Language Arts
  • Reading
Activity

Psychology Brain Game Fun for Groups

12-Sep / Sarah Garrison

A quick game of calling out color, rather than reading words. This demonstrates a conflict can occur with automatic processing. I play this is Zoom classes and students like to laugh and play along. The format is Google Slides

  • Reading
  • Science
  • Other
Lesson

NASA Moon 2 Mars

8-Jun / Brenna Carlisle

Explore NASA’s exciting new efforts to reach the Moon and then Mars. Students can design their own animated mission patch, imagine their life as an Artemis astronaut on the Lunar Gateway, take control of robotic rovers, and even create their own lunar habitat.

  • Coding
  • Science
Lesson

Preservation Hall Lessons: New Orleans Music Genres and Origin

8-Jun / Mary Cormaci

Preservation Hall Lessons presents: New Orleans Genres and Origin. In this lesson, students will explore genres of music unique to New Orleans history and culture. They will learn the song “Bourbon Street Parade” and research legendary composer Paul Barbarin.

  • Art
  • History/Civics
  • Music
Activity

Psychology Brain Game Fun for Groups

12-Sep / Sarah Garrison

A fun brain game to demonstrate how conflicts occur in automatic processing.
I use this in Zoom classes with 9-12 Psychology students.

  • Reading
  • Science
  • Other
Lesson

Preservation Hall Lessons: New Orleans, the Birthplace of Jazz

8-Jun / Mary Cormaci

Preservation Hall Lessons presents: New Orleans, the Birthplace of Jazz

In this lesson, students will research and gather information on the history and culture of New Orleans Jazz and its African roots. Students will create African folk art to tell a visual story of New Orleans history.

  • Art
  • History/Civics
  • Music
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