Using Clipchamp to Make Your Own Videos

Need a quick and easy way to produce a video using your own videos and images? Clipchamp is a great way to accomplish this. This tool allows you to login with your Google account, use videos and images stored in your Google Drive, and save exported videos to your Drive. The free account on Clipchamp […]

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Kicking Things Up a Notch with Classkick

Do you want to kicks things up a notch in your classroom?  Classkick may just be the educational technology tool you have been looking for to give you insight into your students’ learning. This tool is a browser-based application that provides teachers with a view of student work during the creation process. You can see […]

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Reminder About Quick Access in Google Meet

With all of the new bells and whistles you can now find in Google Meet, it is easy to overlook some of the new features which can assist you in managing participants when working with your students in Meet. Quick Access is a tool which you can turn off to allow you to require participants […]

Personalizing Feedback with Your Voice

Personalizing Feedback with Your Voice

Providing students with prompt, insightful feedback is a vital part of student success and effective instruction. There are a variety of ways in which to provide feedback to students in both face-to-face and virtual environments. The most common of which is typed text feedback.  However, if you want to up your game and personalize your […]

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Integrating NCWiseOwl Resources Into Your Google Classroom

NCWiseOwl is a comprehensive, free resource provided for students and educators in North Carolina. Links to use Britannica, Ebsco, Explora and other helpful tools can be found on the NCWiseOwl site. You can find ebooks, primary sources, maps, help videos, and science, history & health information. It is easy to forget that we have these […]

Resources for Teaching Math

Resources for Teaching Math

There are so many digital tools and resources available for teaching math, but we wanted to take a moment to share a few of our favorites with you. Even though many students may be virtual, there are ways to engage students in math instruction even in an online format. These tools are also great for […]

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Podcast PD NC

The Innovative Learning Catalysts from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction are offering recorded podcasts on up-to-date issues for educators to experience a different type of professional development. With topics ranging from Social Emotional Learning to Choosing the Right Tools, there is something for everyone. In addition to providing the podcasts for you to […]

Annotating Your Instruction

Annotating Your Instruction

Being able to show and model for students while explaining instructional concepts is so powerful. When teaching in a live and virtual environment, this can be challenging. Having tools which make that easy can make all the difference in the impact of your instruction. We have an idea that might help you when showing content […]

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FAQs with the @Team

We receive many questions each day on a variety of topics associated with remote and digital learning. There are a couple of questions that we have found to be consistent among these. We wanted to share them with you and give you a few ideas for managing these questions during Plan B. How do I […]

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NCWiseOwl Supporting STEM and STEAM

NCWiseOwl continues to grow its resources and support for digital tools and strategies in the classroom.  This week we would like to highlight one of the newest resources, a focused collection of NCWiseOwl-provided products and tools in the areas of STEM and STEAM. This presentation, created by Cynthia Sartain, NCDPI’s Digital Teaching and Learning Consultant […]

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