With the new smart practice feature, students can revisit difficult questions, remember content better, and collect emotes as a reward.
Britannica Digital Learning announced today that LaunchPacks® Science and Social Studies classroom learning platforms are now integrated with Kahoot!
Thrively was created with input from pediatric neuropsychologists, and the site bursts with teacher-contributed lesson plans and ideas.
“This program is extremely engaging and interactive for each student,” said Brittany, a 2nd-grade teacher in Utah who used an early version of Amplify Reading.
Google Forms is a tremendous tool for organizing and automating digital quizzes. Here are five tips for designing "cheat proof" Google Forms!
Spiral is a multiuse platform that allows teachers to create interactive learning experiences, pre-planned or on the fly.
The Early Literacy Expert Panel selected RAPID after a five-month review process as part of the State’s effort to develop comprehensive assessment systems.
You just finished putting together a great instructional lesson or unit. Then you realize . . . you haven’t created the rubric yet.
Verso Learning, provider of classroom feedback and collaboration tools, will be showcasing their education tools at this year’s upcoming FETC conference.
There are several tools that can be used for this sort of self-assessment. One great option is to use Google Sheets with conditional formatting.
At the start of the 2017 school year, West Broward began a school-wide initiative with the aim to increase learning gains by 3% as compared to the previous year for the lowest quartile students.
Accelerated Reader 360 is an e-reader platform (with an iOS app version) that helps students develop their independent reading and instructional reading skills.
Freckle is a practice website (and app) that addresses skills and concepts for Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.