Digital Learning Resources

Check out the incredible digital learning lessons, activities, resources, and events happening in classrooms across the country.

 

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Instructional Tool

Nearpod

All / Sara Calvert

Nearpod is a great tool to make your lessons interactive for in class students and virtual learners. You have the option to see real time what your students are completing or have the activities be student paced. It even records all the student data in a report for you.

  • Art
  • Mathematics
  • Reading
  • Science
Activity

The Harlem Renaissance

3-5 / Rhonda Wesley-Pierce

This is our ode to some of the fascinating leaders of the Harlem Renaissance using digital storytelling. Our research projects feature student-created PowerPoint presentations with personalized narrations and embedded video footage from this great era.

  • Digital Storytelling
  • English Language Arts
  • History/Civics
  • Reading
Activity

Digital Citizenship Resources PreK/K

K-2 / Joi Paisley

This Bitmoji classroom provides links to developmentally appropriate resources for PreK and K students learning about Global Digital Citizenship.

  • Digital Citizenship
Activity

Nearpod

K-2 / Jaclyn Carroll

My students were able to practice measuring length in kindergarten using a Nearpod!

  • Mathematics
  • Other
Instructional Tool

Quia Application Resources

6-8 / Fred Smith

Quia Application Site

  • Other
Instructional Tool

Quizzing Game for Math

K-2 / Jessica Rhodes

Students can engage in digital learning with the math game of greater than or less than. This online game allows teams to compete on math questions for the unit lesson.

  • Mathematics
Lesson

https://quizizz.com/join?gc=55026364

9-12 / Radwa Hamza

Exercise

  • English Language Arts
Activity

Atomic Object Technology Showcase

9-12 / Eric Kunnen

The showcase at Grand Valley State University provides faculty, staff, and students with an immersive and engaging environment to: INTERACT, DISCOVER, LEARN, and SHARE how innovative emerging technologies can enhance teaching and improve student learning at GVSU. See a video tour here: http://gvsu.edu/s/1CU

  • Augmented Reality
  • Virtual Reality
Tips & Tricks

Google Basics and Advanced Techniques

All / Christina Torrez

Google basics and advanced techniques. Want to learn how to create a bitmoji or how to make a bitmoji dance? Videos are embedded to help you navigate this digital teachign world.

  • Other
Activity

Edpuzzle: Redlining and Housing Segregation in America

9-12 / Mnall Qasmieh

Students will identify restrictive policies that were implemented by the U.S. government that continue to impact minority communities upward mobility and later use this information to understand how Hansberry’s characters experienced these same restrictions in A Raisin in the Sun.

  • English Language Arts
Lesson

Gospel Genre

3-5 / Christina Torrez

Nearpod teaching the Gospel Genre. Great use during Black History Month

  • Music
Instructional Tool

Tech Dashboard of Patricia’s Spanish 3 Resources

9-12 / Patricia Flores

Tech Dashboard of Patricia’s Spanish 3 Resources with Digital NOtebooks with embeeded Genial.ly Playlists, Adobe Spark for argumentative essays practices, Digital NOtebook for argumentative essay practices with Genial.ly Playlists.

  • Art
  • English Language Arts
  • Foreign Language
  • Reading
Lesson

Black History Icon Jamboard

6-8 / Jaclyn Roman

Students are using Jamboard to create a poster for a Black icon of their choosing. They will practice with paraphrasing and citing sources while researching someone who has made an important contribution to the Black community.

  • English Language Arts
  • History/Civics
Activity

Edpuzzle: Redlining and Housing Segregation in America Edpuzzle Activity

9-12 / Mnall Qasmieh

Students will identify restrictive policies that were implemented by the U.S. government that continue to impact minority communities' upward mobility. Students will use this information later in the unit to understand how Hansberry’s characters experienced these same restrictions.

  • English Language Arts
Tips & Tricks

Avoid External Disturbance while presenting online

All / Gupteswar Rao Baswa

Avoid disturbance or external noise (including your TV volume) while recording or presenting on ZOOM over your online session. Have a look at this... The tool is working perfectly and is FREE tool

  • Other
Instructional Tool

Quizizz

9-12 / Lawrence Hoyt

Every day is digital learning day in AP Computer Science, but for the theme I switched it up today and had them review for the unit we are finishing up with a "game" on quizizz.

  • Coding
Lesson

Taking A Coding Journey

K-2 / Eva Cwynar

Using “What Do You Do With An Idea” as a foundation, students will explore how watching ideas grow and take flight ideas like a journey. They will retrace the steps in the story, gather data about how far the child traveled along the story’s timeline & use those same principles to code an idea journey of their own.

  • Coding
  • Mathematics
  • Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • Science
Activity

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Ul8LlSmlhOZ7UGNMOMfXRrZXK7wQ3obvYLL7YMpgYKA/copy?usp=sharing

9-12 / Lynn Kelly-McClish

Students sort abiotic and biotic factors into their correct bins for freshwater and saltwater ecosystems.

  • Science
Activity

Identifying letters in a variety of fonts

K-2 / Nicole Abercrombie

This activity is best for younger students who are building letter identification skills. This activity will reinforce letter identification and recognition. Students will move dots to identify matching letters in a variety of fonts.

  • Reading
Activity

Weather Forecasts Utilizing Green Screen Technology

K-2 / Nicole Smith

Students became meteorologists during the unit in science and language on the seasons and weather. Utilizing a small roll of green bulleting board paper supplied to them during a distribution day, they made a green screen and created their own weather forecasts, which are proudly shared with their peers in class.

  • Science
Instructional Tool

kamiapp.com

9-12 / Kara Di Giorgio

I assign practice work using Kami through Canvas. When the student opens their copy, it puts it on my Google drive (sharing sends ME the permissions request). I can open their copies and watch as they work. By having a tab open for each student, I can virtually "walk around the room" and look over their shoulders giving feedback and help.

  • Science
Instructional Tool

Digital Breakouts

All / Peggy Reimers

Looking for a digital breakout? I have designed 4 starters, 4 beginners, several holidays, and the 50 States breakouts.

  • Other
Lesson

Kahoot! Beginning Sounds Game

K-2 / Rosalyn Stewart

I created this interactive Kahoot! Game to reinforce the beginning sounds being taught for the week. At the end of this week, I use this as a formative assessment to get a glimpse to understand who is still having difficulty with the concept.

  • English Language Arts
Instructional Tool

Kahoot

K-2 / Jessica Rhodes

This activity on kahoot allows my students to enter into the digital world safely using what they’ve learned in math and reading and apply it to an interactive whole group game. Using Kahoot, my students can play against classmates with their understanding of math, such as greater than and less than. We use the timed games to learn!

  • Digital Building
Activity

Superhero Digital Citizen Project

3-5 / Jen Arnzen

This Superhero Digital Citizen Project teaches students about how to be a responsible digital citizen (commonsense.org). It also helps them learn various tech skills on google slides (adding a pictures, making a picture bigger or smaller, adding a text box, etc.). It allows students to be creative thinkers and problem solvers.

  • Coding
  • Digital Citizenship