Is it right for your classroom?
You can get students to think and problem solve with the fabulous STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math) activities and resources below.
Do your students love hip-hop or engaging videos? Flocabulary might be a go-to instructional option for your classroom.
Green screen technology allows us to take students beyond our classroom walls and sparks creativity and engagement.
WWF Free Rivers is an augmented-reality model app that takes students into a river ecosystem complete with animals, residents, cultures, and weather changes.
Differentiation, the ability for teachers to meet the needs of a variety of learners, is a key component for successful teaching.
Spent is like a jazzed-up, text-based, choose-your-own adventure, but with a powerful message about social justice.
These engaging poetry apps, says Shelly Terrell, will help your students create and learn with poems.
Expeditions: Explore the World from Your Classroom Supplement your curriculum by leading students on beautiful and engaging VR field trips.
Tech & Learning is once again honoring K-12 administrators, technology coordinators, and teachers who use technology in innovative ways to help teachers teach and help students learn.
Here’s a list of some of the most talked-about edtech websites and apps that might not yet be on your admins’ radars: