Ditch That Textbook

Ditch That Textbook is a blog that's all about teaching with less reliance on the textbook with an emphasis on educational technology and creative teaching.

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Posts by Ditch That Textbook

Ditch Summit

The Ditch That Textbook Digital Summit is back! Choose from hours of amazing professional learning ... when and where you want to watch it. Free […]

How to create student blogs in Google Slides (for FREE!)

Blogs give your students' work an audience. Here's an easy way to set up student blogs with Google Slides. Blogging has really democratized the world […]

How to use Kahoot! with Google Classroom and Google Meet

Using Kahoot! with Google Classroom and Google Meet makes it possible to play engaging games anywhere with your class. Kahoot! is a fun gameshow-style assessment activity. […]

10 ways to build student relationships from an online teacher

Even when we don't have face to face connections, we can still build and develop relationships with our students. Here are some ideas. Paulino Brener […]

Ditch That State Report Card: Design your Wakelet evidence-based portfolio

Through the use of Wakelet Spaces, teachers created their own Wakelet Evidence-Based Portfolios. You can too. Here's how. This post is written by Dr. Randall […]

30 collaborative Google Apps activities for schools

G Suite Apps are collaborative, which makes them highly powerful. They offer opportunities for students to engage unlike ever before. Here are 30 ideas for […]

20 juicy questions to ask students (#5 will REALLY get them talking!)

A great question can make or break a learning activity. Here are some ideas for asking juicy questions. A great question is a springboard into […]

How to make an FAQ page for parents and students

An FAQ (frequently asked questions) can save us time and provide resources for parents and students. Here's how to make one.  As educators we field […]

12 social media-inspired Google Slides templates

Students use social media all the time. Let's put those skills to use! In these social media-inspired Google Slides templates, they can show what they […]

6 ideas for infusing choice into the math classroom

This post is written by Mandi Tolen a math teacher from Missouri. You can connect with her on Twitter @MandiTolenEDU and check out her blog infinitelyteaching.com. I love […]

How to make a Top 10 video on Flipgrid

A Top 10 video is a fun way for students to show what they know in a way that's fun to watch! Here are step-by-step […]

How to create Google Meet breakout rooms for differentiated learning

This post is written by Esther Park. Esther is a high school English as a New Language teacher in Northern Virginia. You can connect with […]

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