Lessons allow for creation of new tasks previously inconceivable.
Students have an opportunity to create, collaborate, and connect beyond the classroom.
Collection of HyperDocs to teach digital skills HERE (search, digital voice, video, digital citizenship, visual literacy)
Curate literacy content over time on a global reading log HERE
Student-driven passion projects (20% Time/Genius Hour) HERE
Professional Development in which the teachers experience tech tools as a student HERE
Lessons allow for significant task redesign.
Students use technology to learn how to learn.
Collection of HyperDocs to extend a class read aloud HERE
Start a movement on campus with one inspiring video HERE
Reflect or revise with students and/or teacher HERE
Enhance a science article by adding in opportunities to create a digital artifact HERE
Travel the world through a storytelling map HERE
Interact with science from this digital learning slide deck HERE
Lesson plan uses tech as a direct tool substitute with functional change.
Lesson is scaffolded to build up to a transformative lesson.
Learn more about a topic HERE
Digitize your reading assessment by adding responses HERE
Lesson design acts as a direct tool substitute with no functional change.
Lesson is teaching foundational skills that will lead to more complex skills.
Digital note-taking and graphic organizers HERE
Create a drawing using Google Draw with figurative language HERE
Step-by-step assignment directions (watch video and draft a letter) HERE
Read and annotate digital text HERE
Community-building activity used for a Professional Development session (directions and list of activities) HERE