To inspire students to be the next world changers means we need to allow them at least one project or opportunity to change the world in our classes.
. Students must imagine and design worlds, characters, levels, sound effects, game elements, and more.
The free web tools below help teachers create a safe online class where students can access learning materials, post their work, and comment on the works of others.
The screen recording web tools and apps below also have cool features like the ability to highlight areas, draw, upload images, add pdfs, and more.
Below I’ve listed free design tools teachers and students can use to create digital graphics and publications.
Social bookmarking helps students visualize and personalize their learning in boards, magazines, or walls!
Vision boards are collages of inspirational people, quotes, and visuals to inspire an individual to pursue their dreams and passions.
Not only can students create stories about any topic, but they also have the opportunity to be published authors which motivates many to continue reading and writing.
Students can craft messages for their peers, family members, teachers, and school staff or participate in digital greeting exchanges with students in other cities or countries.
Just click on the calendar below and a post will appear with a free activity suggestion, a list of free resources and tools for that activity, and a free template to copy, edit and use as you wish.
The resources below will help you support your students by walking them through the steps of the Engineering Design Process and also helping them understand the importance of STEM and being a problem solver!
big Form Mule is such an incredible Google Sheets email merge add-on that allows you to send personalized emails using a spreadsheet and email template.
Just copy, edit and tweak the template as you like, then share the template url with your students so they copy it and complete the work.
The following teambuilding and get to know you activities often take less than 5 minutes and have helped my students build strong bonds with each other and me.
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