In today’s blog post, I want to share with you a combination of two favorite EdTech tools.
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration platform within the Office 365 Suite where teams connect through shared notebooks, chat sessions, virtual meetings, and resource sharing.
Google Classroom helps teachers manage workflow and communication with their students (it's available as a website, an Android app, and an iOS app).
DistrictCheck helps school leaders collect feedback from stakeholders through a private URL, where anonymous responses are gathered.
Proloquo2Go is an app designed to help teachers and therapists empower kids who have limited or no speech with an alternative way to communicate
FreshGrade Next combines elements of lesson planners, portfolios, communication systems and gradebooks into a unified experience.
Ustyme is a video-call program that allows two users, in two places, to read a story or play a game together.
In the classroom, we can use this tool to make important announcements, as a tuning in question, a quote from an important person.
Innovative educators should help parents see past simplified safety advice like: only use technology in a communal area.
Get to know these education technology tools because they will help your instruction, student learning, and growth.
Among Bloomz's many features are helpful tools such as those to schedule parent-teacher conferences, request and organize volunteer help, or send out photo updates of student activities.
Heard is a platform that allows teachers and parents to communicate, share resources, plan events, and more.
Project Tomorrow‘s Speak Up is now available on demand and will no longer have participation windows and deadlines.