Check out the etchings, lithographs and woodcuts featured in the virtual exhibition from Georgetown University's collection.
Nimbus Note is a digital notebook and web clipper where teachers and students can organize information from a variety of personal, shared, and online content.
The Mars Student Imaging Project is an online curriculum that emphasizes planetary science to get kids engaged in the imaging work of NASA scientists.
The Pack - NYSCI is a coding/algorithm puzzler in the form of a game where players take care of and expand an ecosystem.
SpriteBox Coding is a platform-style game (available on iOS and Android) that introduces kids to basic coding logic using both block- and text-based syntax.
TalkingPoints is a messaging app that allows teachers to communicate in families' home languages via their phones or internet-connected devices.
Machine Learning for Kids offers projects that combine machine learning and artificial intelligence with Scratch and App Inventor.
Technology has come a long way. Not only can schools bank on added usability and functionality with the emergence of these new tools, but they can cash in on the budget-boosting side effects of this latest breed of special effects.
Root Coding gets students started with step-by-step tutorials, adding commands and introducing features one at a time.
The 1619 Project is a collection of articles and supporting materials on slavery and its significance to American history and culture by the New York Times.
Bad News is a short web- and text-based game that highlights how Twitter and other social media are used to propagate fake news.