Resources

Check here weekly for resource shares from classroom teachers, academic coaches, and content specialists.


Infographic – Google Search Tips for Students

Created by Canva, this infographic highlights 10 amazing tips for students using Google for online research originally shared in this post by Richard Byrne.  Special thanks to our Social Studies coordinator for sharing this with staff. (NOTE:  I wanted to show an actual graphic here, but the pic is a little blurry – better quality at the URL below.)

GoogleSearch-Infographic

 

graphite by Common Sense Media

From their website:

Graphite™ is a free service from nonprofit Common Sense Media designed to help preK-12 educators discover, use, and share the best apps, games, websites, and digital curricula for their students by providing unbiased, rigorous ratings and practical insights from our active community of teachers.

Learn more in this video created by graphite

Content-Based Digital Resources

These were shared by Elizabeth Walker, Academic Coach at Conyers Middle School.  This list is pretty exhaustive, so be sure to take the time to view each one.  We’ll highlight a few of these and other resources each week.

Science

Math

Social Studies 

ELA

Art

Visual Literacy

Business Education

Robotics

Video Productions

Chorus 

Band

Physical Education

Teaching Visually Impaired Students 

Teaching Kids Who Don’t Care

Creativity

Growth Mindset 

AVID

WICOR

Differentiation

Brain Breaks 

Classroom Management

Visible Learning Success Criteria

Learning Intentions

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