Use Wakelet to easily create, update, and share digital, multimedia classroom newsletters with parents! Plus grab free editable newsletter templates to save you time. What is Wakelet? Wakelet is a free platform that can be used by teachers to curate and organize content like video, links,
Use Wakelet to easily create an interactive meet the teacher page and share with families before school starts! What to Share in a Wakelet Meet the Teacher Collection Share things that students and families may be wondering about you as well as facts about you, the classroom, and the
Learn how to use Wakelet to curate and easily share a collection of Seesaw Activities and ideas for using them! Sharing Seesaw Activities on Wakelet With the new update on Seesaw for adding multiple images onto the canvas, I received a lot of requests to upload my free graphic organizers
As if the Wakelet Wave couldn't get any bigger, did you know you can create breakout games with Wakelet now too? Breakout games and digital escape rooms are a motivating and fun way to get students engaged with their learning. But sometimes creating a break out game can be time consuming.
If you are needing digital Valentine card ideas for your virtual or hybrid learning classroom, I'm sharing free digital Valentines templates plus ideas for digital Valentine's Day cards in Google Classroom, Wakelet, Flipgrid or Padlet. How you go about assigning and sharing digital Valentines
Read about easy tools for removing backgrounds from images to "shrink" your students that can be used to show off STEM projects and integrated across the curriculum on any device. Hi everyone! My name is Candace and I am a K-5 Technology Teacher in South Carolina. I am very passionate about
Learn some tips for remote learning and grab a clickable list of remote learning resources and subscriptions for schools impacted by the coronavirus. Is Your School Ready for Remote Learning? We have an interesting discussion happening in the Teach With Tech Facebook group about
Google released a powerful video ad showcasing Black Americans that can be used in the classroom during Black History Month (or anytime really) to celebrate the incredible contributions of African Americans across all aspects of our history. This video and the information Google has shared