Kiki Prottsman unpacks computational thinking and practical ways that teachers can recognize Computer Science Education Week with their students.
Review the four elements of computational thinking and how you can use these during Computer Science Education Week.
Cherie Spencer, a Social and Emotional Learning Coordinator from Galveston, Texas, helps us celebrate the Thanksgiving season by breaking down the benefits of being grateful.
Discover three online note-taking tools as well as three integration ideas for using these with video in your classroom.
Use the four parts of the BIAS acronym to guide your students in identifying bias.
Dr. John Spencer helps us unpack the benefits of empowering students and introduces us to the LAUNCH process as a classroom strategy.
Review five strategies for marking up digital text as well as five digital annotation tools.
Dr. John Spencer shares strategies for empowering students while also identifying the benefits to our classroom and our students.
Explore five digital mind mapping tools as well as seven strategies for using these in your classroom.
In this critical reading lesson, students will synthesize the interactive text “What’s New?,” written by Lynn Brunelle, through a Double-Entry Journal to create Found Poetry.
In this critical reading lesson, students will apply the interactive text “What’s New?,” written by Lynn Brunelle, through 10-2-2 Note-Taking to engage in a Carousel Brainstorm.
Use this lesson to introduce students to the engineering design process by guiding them through the steps of creating a musical instrument.
Use this lesson to introduce students to the engineering design process by guiding them through the steps of engineering a space capsule.
Hear Dr. Catlin Tucker explain how to leverage blended learning to reduce workload, rethink assessment, improve equity and relationships, and relieve multiple classroom pain points.
Review seven ways that students can take advantage of the unique capabilities of digital tools when taking and processing notes.
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