Vernier Software & Technology has partnered with SAM Labs to teach middle school students coding and computational thinking skills through data-collection STEAM activities.
The Mars Student Imaging Project is an online curriculum that emphasizes planetary science to get kids engaged in the imaging work of NASA scientists.
This year's list includes a wide variety of educational sites and apps, from student response systems to curation tools to multimedia resources.
Genially is a media creation platform focused on designing and sharing media creations and presentations of all kinds.
Annenberg Classroom is an educational website featuring high-quality, well-vetted, and well-organized teaching materials for the Constitution and related topics.
Planboard is an organizational tool (website and app) for lesson planning and for tracking standards coverage.
“We created Gale In Context: For Educators to make it easier for schools and districts to integrate quality digital content into the curriculum," said Paul Gazzolo, senior vice president and general manager at Gale.
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration platform within the Office 365 Suite where teams connect through shared notebooks, chat sessions, virtual meetings, and resource sharing.
RSD’s high school science teachers will use Discovery Education’s Science Techbook and professional development to create digital lessons in a 1:1 environment.
TED-Ed is a website featuring a curated series of educational video lessons on a huge variety of subjects.
LearnZillion is an online database of short video lessons that address learning topics aligned to individual Common Core standards.
TES Teach with Blendspace is an easy-to-use multimedia lesson creation platform that students can access via website, Chrome app, or iPad app.
Digital Civics Toolkit is a free, teacher-facing website with lesson plans for exploring and fostering modern civic engagement and participation.
“These new i-Ready enhancements will better engage students in the learning process, better support teachers in their instruction, and better inform administrators about overall student performance and growth.”