1 Top 50 Sites and Apps (opens in new tab)
From programming, STEM, and game-based learning to assessments and stories, there’s something for everyone in this best-of-2015 list.
2 National Education Technology Plan 2016: What’s Changed? (opens in new tab)
Find out why the 2016 NETP is a “living document.”
3 5 Mistakes I Made with Educational Technology (opens in new tab)
Adam Schoenbart reflects on what he learned from some common edtech assumptions and mistakes.
4 Physics App Offers Lessons, Experiments (opens in new tab)
Meet Science: Force and Motion features amusing mini-games and solid quizzes to help boost physics understanding for students in grades 3–5.
5 Super Teacher Worksheets: Online PDF Resource for Elementary Teachers (opens in new tab)
Access over 10,000 PDFs—worksheets, math games, mini-books, flashcards, reading crafts, puzzles, and more.
6 4 Non-Tech Strategies for Student Engagement (opens in new tab)
Discover inspiring ideas for teaching when the Internet goes down. Students can create, present, argue, write, synthesize, and reflect.
7 Develop Language Skills with QuestionIt (opens in new tab)
With color-coded supports, the QuestionIt app helps kids with language delays.
8 15 Surprising Facts about #Education In Israel (opens in new tab)
Learn about some of the educational practices that occur in Israel, a country known for its creativity.
9 Kid Vision: Google Expeditions (opens in new tab)
Hear and see first-hand why Google Expeditions is a great way to expose students to careers and places they may never get to “see.”
10 Use Sway as a Digital Portfolio Tool (opens in new tab)
Explore the cool scroll effects and flexible features of Sway Office, a digital storytelling tool app.