Formative assessments through quizzes (multiple choice, True/False, and short answer) or quick question polls for up to 50 students per session. Quizzes can be instantly graded and aggregated.
A quick way to create your own gameshow-style boards (e.g. Jeopardy) for test reviews in the classroom. Text-based questions are displayed on-screen and boards are saved for later use.
TEDEd allows educators to create and share lessons built around YouTube videos.
Edudemic has forums, articles, ideas, and resources on everything technology. Sample topics include How-To, Tools, Trends, Online Learning, and Video Collections.
TeachThought is a brand dedicated to innovation in K-20 education.
The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Toolkit is a professional development resource that can be used and adapted by both individuals and groups in order to foster understanding and use of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for High
Toolbox of activities, discussion starters, and partner/group work exercises from the University of South Florida's Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence.
This resource and accompanying assignment focuses on evaluating news sources/claims and were used in an online information literacy class.
Classroom assessment techniques (CATs) are learner-centered activities that engage students in learning and yield actionable assessment results.
The Instructor’s Corner contains teaching resources (discussion prompts, activities, etc.) for instructors at CSUSB.