Super summer learning: Ideas and advice from the #Ditchbook community

Summer is the perfect opportunity to focus on ourselves both professionally and personally. Whether it’s through a conference, online course, reading, or catching up on […]

30+ digital escape rooms (plus tips and tools for creating your own)

Digital escape rooms, also referred to as digital breakouts, are a great way to bring gameplay and problem solving to any lesson or unit. They […]

55 creative Chromebook projects to try at the end of the year

The end of the year provides us with lots of opportunities to try something new. We might have a little bit of time before or […]

10 awesome lesson planning tips from the #Ditchbook community

Writing and organizing your lesson plans can be difficult. Our time is precious and we want our lesson plans to be a meaningful part of […]

10 Google Sheets tricks you (probably) don’t know about

Google Sheets might look a little scary and a bit threatening at first glance but once you take the time to unlock its secrets you’ll […]

20 tools for a more accessible classroom

ALL of our students deserve to have access to the content we are teaching. A one-size-fits-all classroom is not practical for any group of students. […]

30 activities for any Depth of Knowledge level

Norman Webb’s Depth of Knowledge model can help teachers create learning opportunities that hit a variety of complexity levels. It is a framework for evaluating […]

50+ awesome end-of-year ideas, activities and projects

The end of the school year is upon us. It’s time to reflect on the growth we’ve made and showcase our learning. We get to pull […]

35 creative Google Drawings activities for classes

If you are looking for a tool that can be integrated into any content area and at any grade level then you have hit pay […]

10 tools for effective peer feedback in the classroom

As teachers, we strive to provide our students with quality feedback on their work. Getting feedback from their teacher is useful but getting feedback from […]

Sketchnoting in the classroom: 12 ways to get started

Many of us have found ourselves doodling during a lecture or presentation. It keeps our brain engaged while we listen, or try to at least. […]

60 ideas for using Google MyMaps in any content area

Maps are a great way to hook your students. Creating customizable maps that allow you to track places that are relevant to your topic is […]

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