We’ll take a deep dive into using memes in the classroom, and I’ll share a student-friendly activity idea along with a meme lesson template.
Where can you go to find engaging, standards-aligned resources? Connect has you covered if you’re teaching elementary school this year.
A video and storyboard app can help students plan, produce and share a video of their own this school year.
When it comes to creating for an audience, a series of short-form posts is super popular — and I have a microblogging lesson idea.
K-12 schools and districts can quickly access movies to share with students with a platform designed with educators in mind.
Poetry isn’t just for spring, but with April as poetry month, you might find it’s the perfect time to explore a spring writing poetry project.
Are you looking for a quick classroom activity? Giving students a space to create can help them apply and celebrate
Are you working with elementary readers? You and your students will love all of the features in PebbleGo Create – especially these nine!
Educator and author Shveta Miller joins to unpack the idea of using graphic novels with students to teach high-level thinking.
For a more engaging and creative formative assessment option, PebbleGo Create makes it possible to check for understanding with all learners.