TCEA is resource rich.

From the TechNotes blog that publishes daily to TCEA eBooks and a Resource Library full of recorded webinars, TCEA provides a rich reserve of resources to expand your learning and keep you on the cutting edge of research, pedagogy, and technology. Take a look at the resources below and take advantage of what your free TCEA membership has to offer.

Resource Library

Access a Resource Library with more than 100 recorded videos full of impactful information. As a TCEA member, you can watch them whenever is best for you.

How to Access TCEA’s Resource Library

  1. Log in to the TCEA Community.
  2. In the search bar at the top of the page, type Recordings and Resources in the search bar.
  3. You’ll see the Recordings and Resources Group pop up under Groups. Click the Join Group icon and confirm that you’d like to join the group.
  4. Enjoy the YEARS worth of searchable, recorded Lunch and Learns and Partner Webinars at your fingertips.

Free eBooks for Educators

Three publications that provide fresh ideas for K-12 educators.

51 Fun Tech Tools and Resources for Busy Educators

This ebook is a compendium of free, easy-to-use tools sorted by areas of interest like:

  • Math
  • English Language Arts
  • SEL
  • and more!

We hope they help to save you a little time and better engage your students– and we hope you enjoy them!

Digital Icebreakers That Shatter: Activities to Break the Ice

Ice breakers are a great way to encourage interaction, make introductions, boost involvement, and form communities. Whether you’re leading a classroom on the first day of school or a new training session, this eBook will help you get things off on the right foot.

Why you’ll love this eBook:

  • It contains nine unique activities including all of the instructions, templates, and resources you need to replicate them.
  • It showcases examples and suggestions for how to use each activity in your learning space.
Download TCEA's free eBook Ready, Set, Make!

Ready, Set, Make!

This eBook is packed with fantastic resources and information including:

  • Background on the goals and benefits of making and how to maximize student creativity and engagement.
  • Great tips and ideas for curating a meaningful makerspace even if you don’t have a lot of resources, storage space, or access to tech.
  • Printable cards for creating activities in 11 different maker stations.