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Instructional Tool

Sustainability Foundations from Everfi

8-Jun / Cameron Beckham

Sustainability Foundations from Everfi is designed to introduce the idea of sustainability to an upper elementary/middle school audience (and the idea of a global community). With climate change turning into the fundamental issue of our time (social, health, economy, tech, and more), it is crucial that today's students understand these concepts.

  • Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • Science
Instructional Tool

Using Interactive Video to Help Absentee Students

12-Sep / Jillian Gentry

I work in a rural community where internet access is not always available. I wanted to provide a way for hybrid students to access lesson materials while still being held accountable for "attending" class. Interactive videos (a .54 effect size according to Hattie's research) is a great way to question students throughout the lesson after the fact.

  • Adaptive Learning
  • Digital Citizenship
  • English Language Arts
  • Other
Activity

Black History Month Virtual Museum

8-Jun / Meredith Schnick

1. Students will create a digital poster of an influential African American. (2 days provided with 30 minutes for each day)
*students can use a poster platform (such as Canva or Adobe Spark)
2. Students will submit their posters through a Google Form

  • Art
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Digital Storytelling
  • History/Civics
Lesson

AppSmashing to learn about global landmarks

5-Mar / Ide Koulbanis

Choose a landmark to research from the Book of Knowledge Set on Readworks
Create a Buncee showing what you learned about the location. Get creative with your stickers, animations, etc.
Find the matching Quiver page and get decorating!
Come see me when you are ready for your landmark to come to life using Quiver Augmented Reality!

  • Augmented Reality
  • Digital Storytelling
  • Reading
Lesson

STEM of HOCKEY

8-Jun / Jennifer Martin

Making Real World Connection using Sports/Hockey STEM applications.

  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Other
Activity

CODING IN GOOGLE SLIDES

K-2 / Morgan Herman

Students will move the arrows to guide the famous African American to symbols that represent their life.

  • Coding
  • History/Civics
Instructional Tool

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's FREE Concert Library

All / Eleanor GrandPre

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's Concert Library offering full-length digital concerts anytime, anywhere — always free. With more than 60 concerts and over 100 compositions that span centuries of music making, there's something for everyone!

  • Music
Activity

Endeavor

8-Jun / Darbie Valenti

I utilized Endeavor to help teach my math standards and the students loved it so much that they continued and completed the course on their own! I loved that they were able to learn academic skills in an authentic real-world way!

  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Other
Tips & Tricks

FOCUS - Modern Classroom Management

All / Christine Mueller

If one were asked to create a model of traditional teaching, what would come to mind is probably something similar to the image attached. This site provides a Five Step Plan (as well as a multitude of remote resources) to guide teachers over the threshold from a static classroom to a well managed, interactive, and connected classroom.

  • Professional Learning
Activity

Computational Thinking at CES

All / Dalisha Cardwell

Students will code an activity in PE using coding tiles and directional arrows.

  • Coding
Activity

Future Goals - Hockey Scholar

8-Jun / Jennifer Armstrong

The Future Goals Math and Science programs help prepare students for the real-world! Students are able to answer the "when am I ever going to use this," as they apply concepts to the game of ice hockey! Hands down AWESOME!

  • Mathematics
  • Science

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Instructional Tool

Virtual Libraries

K-2 / Gail Corbman

This is a collection of virtual resources on like topics that can be used my multiple grade levels in a variety of ways.

  • Digital Storytelling
  • English Language Arts
  • History/Civics
  • Reading

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Instructional Tool

Black History Month (2 Slides)

K-2 / Gail Corbman

This is a collection of influential people from the past & the present who are Black and inspiring. There are 2 slides, so don't miss anything.

  • Reading
  • Other
Instructional Tool

Dr. Seuss Library

K-2 / Gail Corbman

This is a collection of the wonderful works of Dr. Seuss! You can use if in many ways!

  • Reading
Instructional Tool

Valentine Library

K-2 / Gail Corbman

This library is a collection of Valentine's Day stories and activities. Enjoy!

  • Reading
Instructional Tool

Immigration

K-2 / Gail Corbman

This library gives students the opportunity to see what it was like for those who immigrated to the United States. Some of your students may want to share their own stories.

  • Reading
  • Other
Activity

Digital Citizenship - My Digital Tattoo

8-Jun / Christy Reuter

Students use a camera to take a picture of themselves or their hand. Then use a photo editing app (PicsArt or PicCollage) to add five descriptive text or graphics that represent their online personality and how they want to be reflected on social media. Students share their Digital Tattoo on Wakelet for others to see.

  • Digital Citizenship
Instructional Tool

Digitized Primary Sources through Wyoming History Day at the American Heritage Center, Univ. of Wyoming

All / Leslie Waggener

The American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming hosts a website supporting Wyoming History Day and the nation’s K-12 teachers and students by providing digitized primary sources on popular state and national topics. You'll find resources on civil rights, women’s suffrage, Japanese American internment, the Second Red Scare, and more.

  • Digital Building
Lesson

Latin and Angloamerica

12-Sep / Marijan Biruš

Sorting elements into groups: ,,Angloamerica" and ,,Latin America".

  • History/Civics
Lesson

Monumental Ideas

All / Elizabeth Lee

Explore the National Mall virtually with Monumental Ideas! Engage students in STEAM based learning with a set of tools to discover and investigate the Lincoln and MLK Jr. memorials. Comprehensive lesson plans are provided for K-12.

  • Engineering
  • History/Civics
  • Mathematics
  • Science

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Activity

Spring Decorations interactive slides

K-2 / Kyriaki Xiraki-Tselios

Use this resource so the students can decorate their own Valentine,Leprechaun, Pot of gold, clover, Bunny, Egg and house.

  • Open Educational Resources (OER)
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