Welcome to the resources page of Geeker’s Word. Here you will be able to find useful links to various sites that I find invaluable. The list will continue to grow, as I continue to grow as a Tech Coordinator, enjoy.

Presentation Resources – Click this link if you need help creating presentations.

Learn Reflect Teach  – This is a great website for those who are looking to explore and educate themselves. The author is a good friend and fellow colleague. Check it out!

Pexels – is an amazing website for completely FREE stock photos. Simply make an account (again free), and begin browsing the largest catalog of free high-resolution photos made by artists from all over the world!

Canva – Learn how to design visually appealing presentations with a simple click. Create stunning presentations, letters, blog posts and more.

Toontastic – A fun 3D storytelling app for kids. Create 3D animated stories, reports, and more. Easy to use and fun!

Quizizz – Gamified quiz tool that gives instant feedback. Uses memes as rewards, best part still, you can create your own memes. Too much fun!

Grammarly –  is an extension that can be used in Chrome, Firefox, and Safari that checks spelling and grammar usage. It is truly a great benefit to have this tool working for you! A little secret it corrects several errors I had in this paragraph!

Padlet – A digital wall where you can easily collaborate with anyone, anywhere!

Google Arts and Culture – A game changer for Art history teachers as well are Art! Explore different stories every day from around the world!

Socrative – Visualizing student understanding has never been easier! Socrative is a classroom app for fun, effective engagement. Quickly assess students with prepared activities. So much fun!

Kahoot – is a free game-based learning platform for teachers of AWESOME! Play, learn and more importantly have fun while you do it!

SEAT UP – okay, I know this isn’t really a true resource … since they sell home theatre seating. But, nevertheless, there is a little sub-page with some nicely written information for kids on how to make movies! This link was a sent to me by a teacher out in Colorado, so big ups for the heads up!