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11 things you didn’t know you could do in Zoom

If you ever feel like you aren't using Zoom to its fullest potential or can't keep up with new features, check out the video below: 11 things you didn't know you could do in Zoom. Topics include: 1. Sharing slides as a virtual background 2. Sharing just a portion of your screen 3. Annotating on a shared screen 4. Pinn...

20 FREE Tech Tools to Support Reading and Writing

With so many Chrome extensions, apps, and add-ons, finding the right tool can feel overwhelming.  We’ve sifted through the clutter to bring you 20 different tools (mostly free Google Chrome extensions) that can help you and your students with reading, writing, and note-taking online.   Many of these tools are helpful...

Digital Discussions

What is it?

A digital discussion forum is a great alternative to in-class discussions.  Students type their responses, and all students in the class can view and respond to each other’s posts. I will share additional ways you can use a digital discussion below. 

Favorite digital assessment tools

Today I’m sharing four of the best digital assessment tools!  It wasn’t easy to narrow down this list (I even included an honorable mention section) but these teacher favorites span across grade levels and subjects.   Want even more ideas?  Check out our database of digital ass...

Student-created Podcasts

Over half of Americans listen to podcasts, so chances are you do too!  Podcasts are popular for entertainment, news, or education. But, have you thought about having your students create their own podcasts?  This may sound intimidating, but creating a podcast doesn’t have to require special skills or equipment beyond...

Student-Created Websites

A student-created website is just one of many ways students can share their work with the world while also providing a forum for creative expression.  A student-created website continues to help them learn communication skills such as presentation, expression, writing, vocabulary, and more. Websites can be a great pu...

Make videos engaging and interactive with Edpuzzle!

Earlier this week, I shared how screencasts can help your lessons continue outside of the classroom.  Today, I’m sharing a tech tool that engages students in video and provides analytics to the teacher on student progress. 

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When using video for instruction, ...

A Teacher’s Guide to Screencasting

What is screencasting? 

A screencast is a video recording of your computer screen, including audio narration.  Screencasts are a great way to teach a lesson digitally, provide a step-by-step tutorial, or create a simple video usin...

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