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From the Principal's Office: Free, Open Source EdTech Video and Games Resource for Teachers

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OpenEd is a free service that offers users what it terms "the largest educational resource catalog with over a quarter of a million Common Core-aligned videos, games, and assessments." Users can do anyone of the following:
  • Search for video and games by keyword or directory subject.
  • Create online courses, allowing for class management, and OpenEd provides resource recommendations according to topics.
  • Browse Common Core resources and resources for other standards.
  • Create playlists of videos and other resources for easier access later.
Teachers can register for free accounts. OpenEd is free and open source and offers users a free applicating programming interface (API) so other websites can utilize OpenEd's resources. Check out OpenEd at their web site here: http://www.opened.io/.

OpenEd Website

cross posted at the21stcenturyprincipal.blogspot.com

J. Robinson has decades of experience as a K12 Principal, Teacher, and Technology Advocate. Read more at The 21st Century Principal.

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