The Copyright & Creativity website houses lesson plans and activities that teaches students about what copyright allows and how students can successfully navigate and rely on copyright in their own roles as creators. The resources are organized into three sections for elementary, middle, and high school – each with fully prepared lessons and activities.
Tag: Google Drive Resources
Lumio is the new name for SMART Notebook. This platform allows teachers to find, upload, or create interactive lessons that can be displayed on an Interactive Touch Screen or on students’ devices. The Lumio Library includes thousands of premade activities that can be edited to fit a teacher’s exact needs. In the free version of Lumio, teachers are limited to 50MB of storage, but get unlimited student access and a variety of instructional tools. You need to log in to Lumio in order to view the Library
Hyperdocs are Google Slides or Docs that house full, interactive, student-centered lessons. They are often created and shared by teachers on social media – a quick search on Pinterest, Twitter or Teachers Pay Teachers can yield some great free resources.
Click below to view a Link Tree to several places to find ready-to-go Hyperdocs!
The Next Gen Personal Finance curriculum covers 12 units, including Investing, Taxes, Saving, Behavioral Economics, and Paying for College. It includes 9 week, semester, and full year courses for both high school and middle school students. NGPF resources use hands-on, real-world applications that build student financial capability. Each fully detailed lesson is housed in a Google Doc and is accompanied by a pre-made interactive Nearpod lesson
From their Teacher Handbook: “NextGen Science Storylines are instructional units developed by the NextGen Science Storylines Project at Northwestern University. These units reflect the storyline approach from Reiser, Novak, and McGill (2017), in which the questions and problems students identify drive the sensemaking of the unit. The NextGen Science Storyline units are open-educational resources and may be freely downloaded and adapted for local contexts.”