ChatGPT has lots of teaching potential, but there are also many ways the technology can be misused.
Mote lets you add audio to a variety of apps for more personal feedback and digital communication in education.
This Edpuzzle lesson plan is designed to help teachers integrate the edtech tool into their instruction
Snopes is a fact-checking website that can help students in education to better navigate online media.
These Hour of Code lessons and activities are free and easy to use since most don’t require an account or login
Phenomenon-based learning sparks students’ curiosity by creating science lessons that rely upon real-world phenomena.
SimpleMind is a digital mind mapping technology that's visually engaging, making it ideal for education.
Melissa Jacobs, director of library services for New York City’s Department of Education, shares tips for encouraging literacy and improving equity with digital books.
This Scratch lesson plan is designed to provide educators with a lesson idea for integrating Scratch into their instruction
Here's what you need to know about the digital tools for teachers, such as Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, and Flipgrid
The Brigantine Public School district has redesigned its learning spaces and rethought how and where learning takes place. Superintendent Glenn Robbins shares how others districts can do the same and prioritize student-centered learning in the process.
November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and there are plenty of ways to have your class participate and learn in the process.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Indiana have had success using virtual reality simulations to teach students about career opportunities.