Best Free Plagiarism Checking Sites
The best free online plagiarism checking sites for educators.
Through Written Out Loud, screenwriter Joshua Shelov shares the collaborative storytelling methods he developed with schools online and in person
ChatGPT has lots of teaching potential, but there are also many ways the technology can be misused.
AI writing tools are widely available and getting better every day. Your students may already be using them.
The Week Junior makes current events accessible for children in an engaging and confidence inspiring way.
Adobe Creative Cloud Express is here to replace Spark as the ultimate way to design banners, flyers and more with ease.
Hypothes.is lets you annotate the internet making all information more freely accessible for deeper use.
Yellowdig is a social higher ed work and grading system that works with an existing LMS.
TeachingBooks is a collection of resources about books and authors for use by students and teachers.
OER Commons is an open source of free resources for educators to use as they need.
Blackbird is a coding platform that works across the curriculum for effective use in education.
Knight Lab Projects offers ways to tell digital stories in new and innovative forms.
Pixton is an easy to use comic book creator tool designed for use by students.
Imagine Forest is a story writing platform that's easy to use and full of helpful activities and challenges.
Storillo is a group writing tool that allows multiple students to simultaneously contribute to a single piece of writing.
One broadcast journalism teacher uses digital storytelling to share the world with his students, and his students with the world. In the process, he learns the stories of the students as well as their subjects.
Animated parts-of-speech app enlivens grammar lessons
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.
Students can craft messages for their peers, family members, teachers, and school staff or participate in digital greeting exchanges with students in other cities or countries.
This is a great way for students to be creative and to work on their writing skills by describing or writing about their holiday traditions, plans, or memories.