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.
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'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
Job & Career Accelerator
Work Force Skills for 21st Century Success
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