As a classroom teacher in a one-to-one iPad classroom I used Nearpod tocreate interactive presentations for fifth graders.
I’ve put together a list of my favorite creation apps and websites to help you leverage technology tools to help students tell their stories.
This website offers lots of options for schools who want todesign custom cases and covers for their devices.
How can you keep students engaged with informational text during the summer? The team behind this fantasticwebsite has launchedCamp Newselato promote summer reading.
Over the past year I’ve had the opportunity to work with the team at the fantastic math and entrepreneurship tool Cashtivity.
Students can exploreroots, root tips, leaf anatomy, plant cells, photosynthesis, flowers, fruits, trunks, and stems in NAMOO.
Sketchnoting is more than just doodling and drawing. It’s a way to make connections and keep track of learning visually.
This citation tool now lets you write the bibliography a report, research paper, you name it – without leaving Microsoft Word.
Students who have access to a computer with a web browser – including Chromebooks – will be able to create with the tools on this list.
With a Google Hangout you can beam into different locations or bring a guest visitor to speak to your class.
The New York Hall of Science has five apps for iPads that are perfect for students exploring the world around them!
I love Book Creator! It is one of my favorite tools to share with teachers when I visit schools to talk about meaningful technology integration.
This list of must-watch educational YouTube channels are perfect for finding video clips to share with students in class or ina flipped learningenvironment.
Their web-based collections, interactive ebooks, and mobile apps are perfect for classrooms studying United States history.
I know how challenging it can be to find the perfect resource to support students as they build English Language Arts and math skills.
In140 Twitter Tips for Educatorsthe Evolving Educators team provides a detailed overview of Twitter for teachers.
I’ve created this list of 15 free mobile apps for math practice to help guide teachers in the right direction as they search for tools to support their students.
Many of the ideas and activities I share are perfect for educators working outside of the classroom or in nontraditional learning spaces.