ThinkCERCA has launched theTeach the Electionswebsite, anonline elections center which features free classroom resources and tips.
If you’re looking to have more control over the Internet in your classroom there are different ways to keep students in check throughout the school day.
I was super impressed by this teacher tool that gives educators the power to create their own interactive presentations for students.
I’ve always believed that one of the roles of educators is to help their students become well-informed, curious, and active citizens.
As a big believer in the power of formative assessment I’m also excited that they have acheck for understandingtool built in to the platform.
Teachers with access to a range of technology tools can make learning computer science a priority for their students.
If you want your students to start tweeting, there are lots of ways to incorporate this social media platform into your classroom.
This content creator includes gamified decks, quizzes, flashcards, assessments, learning games, and more.
On this list you’ll find a handful of things you may not know about Google Cardboard and a few ways to take your use of this super cool tool to the next level.
This PBIS management system makes it quick and easy to continuously reward students for meeting behavior expectations.
If you have an iOS device or work with students who have iPads in their hands, you’ll want to check out this list of totally free classic books!
Walkaboutsare simple-to-use, cost-effective online lessons that integrate movement into subjects like math, language and literacy.
This iOS, Android and web-based platform gives kids access to five brand new current events articles each day.
These iPad and Android apps are perfect for independent reading in school, family read alouds at home, and to support the development of reading skills.
Annotation tools can help students during a close reading or research activity, or as they explain their thinking about a topic.
The list below is a roundup of my edtech spotlights for Channel One News – some of my favorite classroom tools.
A reading response provides teachers with lots of information on student understanding and sets a purpose for reading.
These apps have been created by a variety of sports organizationsand are perfect for making connections to the real world.