Month: May 2017


Lucidpress is a web-based (nothing to install) drag-and-drop publishing and graphic design tool that allows students to create and share both print and digital content.Teachers can use this tool to create their own materials, like parent newsletters or class presentations. For students, Lucidpress is especially useful for group projects that involve collaborating on a poster, report, or digital presentation. Multiple users can work on a project at once, in real time, as well as chat and leave comments. Teachers can request a free Educational account, which is the equivalent of a paid Team or Pro account, and provides access to all features. This is a great tool for upper elementary, middle and high school. The interface is difficult for younger students.

Click on the picture below to learn more about Lucidpress:

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Maker Space Ideas

This is the first in a series of posts addressing how to incorporate a maker space in your curriculum. Each guide includes lesson plans that are subject and level specific. The guide below was based on our Middle School Social Studies Curriculum that includes Western Civilization in grades 6 & 7 and American History in grade 8. Click on the picture below to access the guide.

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Google Takeout

Attention Seniors!

As we approach the end of the year, seniors need to know that they can use Google Takeout to download and transfer everything that they have created under their LMTSD google account (which will be longer be active after June 30th) to a personal Google Account or compressed file. To accomplish this click on the picture below:

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