When you are new to the world of #GoogleForEdu, Twitter posts, blogs, podcasts, and even Pinterest pages can seem like an overwhelming plethora of resources to engage your students and, if you’re like me, you want to try them all at once which is not only impossible but also ineffective. The key to finding and using great resources isn’t a secret…in fact it’s right in front of you…your STUDENTS! Ed Tech doesn’t replace good teaching, it enhances it. Access to ed tech resources will not change what your students need from you..they will just give you more ways
to deliver great instruction and opportunities for students to practice content. So, search for resources based on your students’ needs and, better yet, make your own. With this in mind, I’ve created an ed tech shared Google Drive folder for all of you to share your engaging resources and borrow from one-another as well! Share a resource by completing this Google form and access resources organized by content here!