Educational Technology Resources

iPads4Teaching - Kathy Schrock has tons of resources for various grade levels and content areas that includes collaboration, assessment, and so much more.

ChromeBooks in the Classroom - This page will provide links to online information about the use of Google Chromebooks in the PreK-12 classroom. 

Google for Education - Guided training paths just for educators. Whether you're here to learn one new thing or to start the path to Google mastery, we've got you covered. The teacher center has content to meet you where you are and get you where you want to be. Here is a page with some extra links to help you get a head start on learning more about Google Classroom and G Suite before we start utilizing those tools in our school and so you will be a bit more prepared when you go through training in the near future:




  • No Red Ink - an adaptive learning website that helps with grammar. 



Social Studies

  • Virtual Field Trips - The WWII Museum in New Orleans is offering free virtual field trips for various subjects.  Sign up now and take advantage of this free resource.
  • Google Expeditions - list of virtual field trips that you can take using the Google Expeditions app on iPads.


  • OneDrive - online cloud storage with school email. Never lose a file or USB drive again! Automatically syncs between computer, online, and app. Share files with students and teachers. Save Microsoft Office files directly to OneDrive. 
  • OneNote - take notes with this Microsoft Office tool. Organize them by class (notebook), unit (section), and lesson (page). Automatically syncs with OneDrive. Use computer program, online tool, or app!
  • SafeShare TV - copy any YouTube url and create a new link that is ad free! You can share the link with students and even download the video to your computer. 

Communication & Classroom/Behavior Management

  • Remind - send text messages to a whole class, individual students, and parents. You never know each other's contact info! In the message you can include links, attach files, and program them to send ahead of time. Great for teachers, sports teams or clubs!
  • SeeSaw - digital portfolio for your class. Students can upload an image, edit it with text, record a video, and so much more! You can view the class feed or an individual student. Parents can access their child's page. Available as a website and as an app!
  • ClassDojo - ClassDojo is a communication app for the classroom. It connects teachers, parents, and students who use it to share photos, videos, and messages through the school day. They use ClassDojo to work together as a team, share in the classroom experience, and bring big ideas to life in their classrooms and homes.



  • Kahoot - this could be used as a multiple choice review game. Students love it because they can earn points and compete with each other. Teacher Kahoot Page
  • Plickers - a very simple tool that allows you to collect student answers using Plicker cards and your phone. 
  • Quizlet - create flashcards and study them as a game, test, interactive flashcards, and more
  • Go Formative - create assessments with various types of questions including: multiple choice, multiple selection, short answer, essay, show your work, true/fale, graphing, numeric, audio response, categorize, and sequencing. You can also embed code, images, text, or upload a document.

Flipped Classroom

  • My favorite apps - ShowMe, eduCreations, Explain Everything (does cost to purchase but worth it!)
  • Use QuickTime to screen record or record a movie. Use iMovie to edit.