Experiencing Early American History with Interactive Resources

Thanksgiving, despite not becoming a national holiday until the Civil War, is a time of year steeped in images of America’s colonial past. For educators […]

Investigating Science with Flipgrid

Regardless of what grade you teach, science processing skills are critical for all students to master. Though the focus of the content may change by […]

Getting Artsy with Math and Technology

With the promotion of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math), a lot of folks are looking to see how they can add relevant art […]

Adding Adventure to Instruction by Using a Fliphunt

Regardless of what you teach, your students will most likely respond well to an adventure of some kind as opposed to worksheets or traditional whole-group […]

Open-Ended Apps that Make the Cut

As you get ready for school, we’ve curated a few apps that you can use with your students in a variety of ways. These apps […]

TCEA Challenge: Taking on the New ELAR TEKS Contest

With the revised English Language Arts and Reading TEKS being implemented this fall, we think it’s a great time to hold a contest that focuses on […]

What I Learned at the Elementary Technology Conference

The Elementary Technology Conference is over for another year and it was an amazing learning event! More than 1,000 dedicated educators from 11 states and […]

Free Subscription to Story Monsters Ink Magazine

Story Monsters Ink magazine is celebrating teachers and librarians by giving away one million free digital subscriptions of its monthly literacy publication. The magazine’s first […]

Reciprocal Teaching with Google’s Reading App Rivet

Few would disagree that reading plays a crucial role in life. Scaffolding student cognition during reading can enhance student achievement. One of the techniques I […]

Summer Learning with Games and Math

“Here, why don’t we find you something fun?” Jessica passed the iPad to her child. Walk into any home, you’ll find children hovering over their […]

Exploring Civil Rights History with Digital Resources

June 11th marks the 56th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s Oval-Office address outlining his goals for civil rights in the United States. In 1964, […]

Bringing Geography to Life with Interactive Maps

Geography plays a crucial role in connecting the social studies disciplines, giving students a concrete understanding of how people move and interact, how the landscape […]

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