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Change a PDF to Google Slides

There are many different ways to make virtual learning interactive. In-person we would likely use paper. What if you could use what you had on paper or from a file to digitize resources you already have? What if you could do that using tools students already know how to use? You CAN take a PDF […]

August 19 PD Day Sessions – Resources and Videos

Click on the Presentation Link to see session videos.

Get YouTube Videos Approved Fast

HEY CGPS Teachers! No more YouTube videos getting blocked by the filters! A fast and easy way to get YouTube videos approved by our Lightspeed Internet filter is to go to https://archive.lightspeedsystems.com/ and copy and paste the video link. Do not try to unblock all of YouTube as it will not work. Once you have […]

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Credit

The original Worlds of Learning was created by Laura Fleming. Other resources were incorporated from Hancock Place School District’s Level Up Learning, created and designed by Michelle Dirksen; Nevada’s World of Learning, created and designed by Carrie Hillman; from Alicia Landers at Mehlville School District’s Transformative Learning Studio; and Danna Bruns at Jackson R-2 Schools’ Digital Badges in Professional Learning.

Cape Girardeau Public School’s Cape Tiger Stripes was created and designed by James Russell and Patrick Dunham. The content on this website is intended to be shared. Please use the content in these badges for your own sites, while giving credit to the authors, if stated.