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Learn, Connect, and Explore at IETC 2020

Classrooms across Illinois and the world look different this year. As educators and students alike work to accept and embrace this change, IETC 2020 has also transformed into an immersive, digital experience.

Christina Ronquest
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Save Time on Instruction with free Google Chrome extensions

hese twelve Google extensions will help educators save time, deliver their lessons, and ensure students learn no matter where their classrooms are or how they’re instructing this year.

Holly Kelly
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New Online Courses: Meet & Docs

We’ve added 2 new free courses to our Online Course catalog: Google Meet & Google Docs! Read more and register today!

Matt Jacobson
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Fall Online Courses Are Open!

We are expanding our popular online course catalog to include new interactive self-paced video-based lessons that you can complete on your own schedule.

Matt Jacobson
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Digital Citizenship Week Recap

Bring digital citizenship to your classroom with these resources!

Ben Sondgeroth

3 Great Resources to Teach Digital Citizenship

Three websites that can help you, as an educator, prepare your students to be good digital citizens.

Lisa Schwartz

Encourage Digital Media Literacy with Listenwise and Allsides

An important aspect of digital citizenship is learning how to decipher what is quality sourced information, and what is not.

Ben Sondgeroth

What Does Your Tattoo Say About You?

Do you have a tattoo?  What’s the story behind it?  What does it say about who you are? The term “digital footprint” is well known and represents what trace of us we leave behind when we are visible and active online.

Nicole Zumpano

Happy Digital Citizens Week!

These are outstanding, ready-to-use resources and lessons to help you get the most out Digital Citizens Week with your tween and teen students.

Joe Cipfl

Google Wants Your Students to Be Internet Awesome!

How can we, as educators, help students navigate online situations properly? One option comes from Google’s Be Internet Awesome Digital Citizenship and Safety Curriculum.

Ben Sondgeroth