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Top 5 Sites & Apps Every Teacher Should Try in 2018

Here are a few outstanding tools that every teacher should consider using
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Regardless of if you're making a New Year's resolution to integrate new, more or better technology into your teaching in 2018, here are a few outstanding tools that almost every teacher should consider using:

  1. BoomWriter - BoomWriter is a group writing site and a Google for Education Partner that lets students write, share and assess original fiction and nonfiction content in a highly engaging, collaborative environment. BoomWriter lets teachers provide their classes/groups with guidance and directives to reinforce what's being taught in the classroom, followed by personalized feedback to support and instruct individual students using their own writing submissions.
  2. Buncee - Buncee is a fantastic learning tool that educators are using in a wide variety of ways. This simple-to-use tools gives students and educators a digital canvas to create presentations, digital stories, announcements, and much more. Best of all is the educational portal that allows teachers to create and manage students, as well as a wide variety of educational resources/templates to help educators integrate Buncee into their curriculum.
  3. EDpuzzle - EDpuzzle is a wonderful website that educators around the world are using to "flip" their classroom or lesson. This tool lets any user take a video and make it their own by adding questions or voice to assess their audience's learning. This makes it easy to differentiate instruction. Also, EDpuzzle has a fantastic online curriculum which makes it easy for educators to find resources to meet their needs.
  4. Storyboard That - Storyboard That is a widely popular website that teachers are using to integrate technology in their classroom. This is a great learning tool that educators are using for project-based learning, graphic organizers, digital storytelling, writing prompts, and more. Also, there are lots of lesson plans, assignments, and templates, for teachers to choose from.
  5. ThinkFluency - ThinkFluency is an innovative new iOS app that lets teachers easily assess students' reading fluency. Best of all, the scoring is done in real time and generates detailed reports that can then be shared with others. Finally, ThinkFluency helps create individualized instruction plans for students, saves teacher's time, and makes assessing easy.

cross posted at cyber-kap.blogspot.com

David Kapuler is an educational consultant with more than 10 years of experience working in the K-12 environment. For more information about his work, contact him at dkapuler@gmail.com and read his blog at cyber-kap.blogspot.com.

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