10 Apps and Online Museum Resources On-the-ground field trips can be a challenge, but with these 10 terrific apps and Web sites students can explore the Met, the Smithsonian, Gettysburg, and more—from anywhere.
Cultivating Communication in the Classroom Regardless of the devices they’ll be using in the future, students will still have to communicate—and this new book provides lots of actionable resources for teachers.
Quickly Create Activities for Students with Thinking Kit With this quick, simple tool teachers and students can create their own activities for iPads—from simple sorting tasks to problem-solving challenges, PBL creations for authentic audiences, and more.
ISTE Roundup! Resources from Denver Whether or not you were at ISTE, you can link to all of the resources from Monica Burns’ presentations and sessions—how-to’s on QR codes, Book Creator, apps galore, and more.
Personalized Literacy Support with Clicker 7 In this word-processing space with speech support, a word predictor, and a painting program, as well as word banks and activities, students can also organize text and images and create concept maps.
Five Tech Tools for Writing Prompts: Web, iOS, and Android Apps Help is at hand for students struggling with writer’s block. Five different apps provide fun and imaginative prompts in a variety of genres.
New to BYOD or 1:1? Six Classroom Management Tips for Teachers Learn best practices for cultivating a unified and collaborative culture with strong communication and clear expectations for appropriate online behavior.