Differentiated instruction, the ability for teachers to meet the needs of a variety of learners, is a key component for successful teaching.
This year's list includes a wide variety of educational sites and apps, from student response systems to curation tools to multimedia resources.
Social bookmarking helps students visualize and personalize their learning in boards, magazines, or walls!
Not only can students create stories about any topic, but they also have the opportunity to be published authors which motivates many to continue reading and writing.
How a single communication app can help a school build relationships and trust (and gets rid of the Friday Folder).
MAD-learn is a mobile application development website where teachers guide students through the design process from start to finish.
We’ve looked at apps for a wide range of grade levels — from elementary school up to high school — and these are our favorite mobile apps for students.
Going back to school is an exciting time, and it's essential teachers create a warm and welcoming culture until the day students walk out for summer break.
The App Development with Swift course integration provides lessons, teacher guides, and developer tools to help teach app coding in the classroom.
All resources have a free version or trial for educators and many are registration and ad free so that students don’t have to give their private information.
Students can create original videos with dynamic, interchangeable backgrounds using green screen technology.
Catch up on everything new in G Suite for Education from March 2019, and see great ideas and resources!