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Technology Resources

Tips and Tricks

        Toshiba Private Printing - click here for instructions
        Google Classroom Help Center - click here to check out Google Classroom.

Google Apps for Education click here for additional information.

Using Google Forms to Create a Quiz or Survey (Results can automatically be saved in a spreadsheet.)

Google Sites for Teacher Web Pages and Student Projects  
        The Verona Google Academy Site - This site is dedicated to helping you get the most out of your            Google Apps! Complete tutorials and exercises to gain a better understanding how to use your apps.

Flipped Education - Google Site examples and basic introduction to Google Sites.
Sites - Google - Teachers get a jumpstart on your site with a pre-built template or create a privately created template to share in the template gallery for the whole district.
Teacher Resources
Movie USA -  Movie Licensing USA provides movie licensing to K-12 schools and public libraries. 
Check out the website under the More tab for Resources and FAQs concerning the District license.

YouTube for Schools - provides schools access to hundreds of thousands of free educational videos from YouTube EDU. These videos come from well-known organizations like Stanford, PBS and TED as well as from up-and-coming YouTube partners with millions of views, like Khan Academy, Steve SpanglerScience and Numberphile.

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - a resource of educational web tools and           mobile apps for teachers and educators.

OpenEd, which bills itself as "the Largest K-12 Educational Resource Catalog," - Here are     some of the most notable features of this online instructional resource.
  • Users can use courses already created and located at the site. 
  • The site offers the ability for users to search for the course they want. 
  • There are courses for every grade level in mathematics, language arts, and science. 
  • Each course offers every single Common Core Standard and they are grouped in logical topics.
  • Resources are assigned to each topic.
  • Start your own courses on the site as well.
  • Now with their iPad and Android app, students can enter a code for the course assigned by their teacher.
  • OpenEd also offers teachers over 1 million standard-aligned educational videos, games, and assessments, and all of it for free.
Online Basic Skill Games -   Educational Resources for K-8 Students Jefferson County Schools
MoreNet Resources

        MoreNet's Online Resources - On this website, you will find all the information you need about the                research and educational resources available to MOREnet Members.
        Gale CENGAGE Learning - Take a look at curriculum standards from around the world.
        EBSCO - Research and Educational Resources
         (You must be logged into the Bowling Green Network to access some of these resources)

Renaissance Learning 

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