Resources

Art on Demand

This website supports the Art on Demand STLP Live Competition at the STLP State Championship.

Canvas

Instructure is an educational technology company based in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is the developer of the Canvas learning management system, which is a comprehensive cloud-native software package that competes with such systems as Blackboard Learning System, Moodle, D2L and Sakai Project. Fayette County teachers and K-12 students all have logins for Canvas.

Creative Thinking

Northern Kentucky University offers lessons, films, and activities on plagiarism and copyright awareness for the classroom. The lesson content promotes research honesty and consciousness for students. Both ethical and legal discussions are presented.

FableVision

FableVision is a company dedicated to helping all learners discover their true potential.

Google Scholar

Scholar is a result of the company's collaboration with a number of scientific and academic publishers and is intended as a first stop for researchers looking for scholarly literature like peer-reviewed papers, books, abstracts and technical reports.

Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship

FCPS website to provide support to Internet Safety School Coordinators.

KET EncycloMedia

Thousands of videos, images, and other resources for educators and students, searchable by keyword, content area, grade level, and Kentucky academic standards. KET Encyclomedia is available to all Kentucky teachers and teachers can create student logins. Check with your school librarian or Julie Gaskin for login assistance.

KDE STLP

This official STLP website from the Kentucky Department of Education offers all of the state information you will need includeing the handbook, rubrics, registration for regional and state events, and more.

Learning Games Network (LGN)

Using LGN resources, students design a video game. Check the STLP State Handbook for details.

Lynda.com

Lynda.com helps anyone learn software, creative, and business skills to achieve personal and professional goals with access to over 3,600 courses and 274,000 tutorials. Through the Lexington Public Library login (library card required) users receive unlimited access to a vast library of high quality, current, and engaging video tutorials taught by great teachers who are also working professionals. New courses added every week to keep your skills up to date with the fast-changing pace of technology. Switch back and forth between devices without ever losing your place.

Racing to the Future

Detailed website to help students design and race a slot car at the State STLP Championship. Check this website and the State STLP Handbook for more information.

RCX Robotics Challenge

Detailed website to help STLP Coordinators order materials and prepare for the robotics competition. Check this website and the State STLP Handbook for more information.

Save From

Download videos from YouTube.

Science Fair Central

The Discovery Channel's Science Fair site. It includes project ideas and tips for winners.

Scratch Ed

Resources to use Scratch.

Scratch:  Introductory Computing Curriculum

Grades 3 and above.

Soundzabound

Soundzabound Music Library offers a wide variety of music, audio themes and sound effects for that ensures your copyright safety. Perfect for podcasts, PowerPoint™, videos, news shows, video yearbooks, digital storytelling,presentations, TV broadcasts, web design and more! Soundzabound has been purchased for all FCPS students and staff. Check with your STC or Julie Gaskin for your login and password information.

SumoBot Competition Information

This STLP competition will involve two robots in a circular ring, with the goal being to push your opponent out of the ring or otherwise disabling them within the time limit. While pushing your opponent out of the ring is the most common way to win a round, disabling your opponent (flipping, lifting, etc.) is strongly encouraged.

The Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling

Getting started directions, the 7 Elements, rubrics, storyboards, examples, lesson plans, and more.

About this page

  • Author: Julie Gaskin
  • Updated: Saturday, September 17, 2016