AI Resources for Teachers

ChatGPT is probably the most well-known AI tool in use. I’m sure you have come across many other resources that are worth sharing. Here’s a jack-of-all-trades AI I use: MagicSchoolAI. This tool includes a rubric generator, unit plan generator, lesson plan generator, ice breaker generator, teacher joke generator, and so much more! Sign-up is free. […] is bothersome

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Try Parlay for Meaningful Class Discussions

Parlay is a free web-based discussion platform that fosters communication, collaboration, and critical thinking. Check out this YouTube video that explains: Parlay in 60 Seconds. Aubrey recently invited me to her English Literature classes to see it in action. Then we sat down to chat about it. Here is what we discussed and how you […]

Tips and Tools for Hybrid Teaching

Check-in/Exit Ticket Tools  One of the components of the NCPA Hybrid Learning Plan is creating lessons that include a check-in and exit ticket component. Here are some tools that you can try: – in minutes you can create a poll, quiz, open-ended questions, word clouds, and more. I like how you can download the […]

Try EdPuzzle with Canvas

EdPuzzle is a FREE web-based tool for educators that allows you to edit online videos and add interactive content specific to learning objectives. Recently, I sat down with our AP Environmental Science teacher, Nina Gross, to learn how she is using it in her classroom. First, it’s essential to know that she follows the flipped […]

InnoHub October/November Happenings

Integrated Science 9 IS9 teachers Rebecca Pettit, Adam Nollsch, and Tim Birkett have made great use of the InnoHub resources and workspace over the past two months! Students worked on planning for and designing prototypes of cars by applying their knowledge of Newton’s Laws of Motion, air resistance, friction, and velocity. They then built the […]

MS Sway in Action

Are you a Sway Master?  Do you want to become one? Those are the question the MS English team proposed to me earlier this year which prompted me to start exploring this tool. Microsoft Sway is a tool that lets you create interactive reports, digital stories, newsletters, presentations, and more. Sway is part of the office […]