This year's event includes a middle school Writing Bee that will take place concurrently with the Elementary Grade Writing Bee.
Here’s a list of some of the most talked-about edtech websites and apps that might not yet be on your admins’ radars:
Paperscorer is a new mobile (iOS/Android, or Chrome plug-in) app that allows educators and students to assess their learning in real-time.
Quick Rubric is the wonderful new (beta) site for creating rubrics from the creators of Storyboard That.
There are lots of options out there for parents but I wanted something that would be fun as well as educational.
According to the new “Cloud 401 Report” from CDW-G, more than 42 % of IT services in K-12 education are delivered totally or partially through the cloud.
This iPad app is an educational portal for teachers that can be used to create dynamic presentations, digital stories, project-based learning, and much more.
iPractice Math is a site designed to help teachers and students in all aspects of math by providing a wide variety of content.
It’s that time of year again for my favorite and most robust list of the top 100 sites and apps of the year. As with the previous year’s list, more mobile apps are making the list.