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.
Below I’ve listed free design tools teachers and students can use to create digital graphics and publications.
Geoguessr is an addictive puzzler (with version on the web as well as Android and iOS apps) that task students with guessing the location of Google Street View images from around the world.
Google Classroom helps teachers manage workflow and communication with their students (it's available as a website, an Android app, and an iOS app).
Sphero Edu (formerly SPRK Lightning Lab) is an app that lets kids program their Sphero robots from a tablet or phone.
A beta version of GatherIQ is being showcased this week at the International Society for Technology in Education Conference (ISTE 2019).
Many suggest that VR could absolutely transform education altogether, largely by making education much more immersive for students.
A dynamic project should have a balance of static and interactive elements as well as individual work and cooperation.
With the new smart practice feature, students can revisit difficult questions, remember content better, and collect emotes as a reward.
Storybird is an online social platform (and Chrome app) for storytelling. Students act as authors, pairing their words with site-curated, licensed art.
DIY Lake Science offers watershed-related activities and info for elementary and middle school students via three sections: activities, video clips, and an “Under the Lake” simulation.
While click-bate headlines love to scare parents and educators about the risks of screen time, it’s not that simple.