Welcome to the Technology Integration Hub For Teachers

How to Navigate This Site

At the top of your screen, there will be links to help you navigate this site. Most everything can be found underneath Teacher Resources. If you're on mobile, it will be under the hamburger (3 horizontal lines) menu at the top left. For desktop, laptop & tablets it will show up at the top right. If you're on a desktop or laptop you can click Teacher Resources, or hover your pointer over it to pop up a menu.

A little about me...

My name is Michael Miller and this is my 16th year at the Oak Grove R-VI district. I have a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and a minor in Computer Science. I obtained my Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in math. I also have my certification as a Library Media Specialist. I find learning new things, especially involving technology, exciting. I've been building and tinkering with PC's since I was 17. Over the years I've written programs or code in C, C++, Java, Python, Perl, CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. I'm currently learning Kotlin within LibGDX to create a mobile game with a friend. As a hobby, I'm also dabbling in pixel art & creating music for the game. I love technology and teaching people how to use it.

Neat Teacher Tools

Toy Theater

Toy Theater is a great website with interactive resources for Primary & Elementary teachers to use with their students.

Bamboozle Brain Break Games

Need to get kids up and moving or have an opener to get your kids thinking or interacting? Bamboozle has thousands of activities to help get students moving, thinking, and interacting.

Making GMail Work For You

If you're like me, GMail is probably one of your most used Google tools, so it needs to function in a way that is best for your needs. Pop out the window below to see what settings you can change to tweak your GMail settings.

Organizing/Cleaning up Gmail