15 Fantastic Virtual Reality in Education Resources

This week I had the chance to lead a virtual reality lesson with a group of second graders. It was absolutely amazing to see the students spinning around and looking side-to-side as they explored the top of a mountain and the bottom of the ocean. On this 360 Thursday I wanted to share some of […]

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Fog Stone Isle Math Games Gear Up to Combat Summer Slide

Last year I shared a special fraction game for students called Fog Stone Isle from the folks at Cignition. They’ve developed an online virtual world to help students in fifth and sixth grade master fraction concepts. With summer break approaching, the Cignition team is working hard to make sure teachers have…

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10 Free and Low-Cost Math Apps and Math Websites

From content consumption to content creation, there are many ways to use mobile devices with students. They can create how-to videos for authentic audiences, explain their thinking through screencasting, or use scannable technology in the math classroom, for example. Mobile devices can also be used to help students practice foundational math skills and build their […]

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Recap 2.0 Question and Answer Platform Inspires Student Learning Journeys

Over the past few months I’ve used Recap when leading teacher workshops to demonstrate the power of technology to elevate formative assessment practices. Well the folks at Recap haven’t just upgraded their awesome video reflection tool, they’ve greatly expanded the platform to provide a space for teachers to create interactive…

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6 Reasons to Try Small Group Instruction with Nearpod

As a classroom teacher Nearpod was a go-to tool for both whole group and small group instruction. During my first year of using iPads with students I would often try out a new tool or tech-strategy with a small group before introducing it to the whole class. This week as I visited a second grade […]

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Right Decisions, Right Now Anti-Smoking and Anti-Tobacco Resources

I’m excited to help spread the word about the Right Decisions, Right Now anti-smoking and anti-tobacco resources for classrooms! If you haven’t heard of this initiative, it’s a totally free program full of educational materials for teachers and schools. Targeted for educators working with students in…

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Cloud QR Image, Video and Audio QR Code Creator

If you’re a regular follower of ClassTechTips.com you know how much I love QR codes. Cloud QR is an app that makes it simple to create QR codes from images, sounds and video. With Cloud QR, users can create QR codes that link to a website as well as other types of media. Instead of following […]

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London Virtual Reality: 360 Video Tour for Students

My goal of sharing and capturing 360 video continues with today’s posts! There are a fantastic series of videos from The Telegraph, perfect for taking students on a virtual reality tour of London. With these resources students can explore a range of places and hear stories from different spots in the United Kingdom. YouTube hosts […]

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Plan Ahead for the Next School Year with Kiddom’s Planner

This past year I’ve had the chance to connect with the awesome folks at Kiddom. As you wrap up this school year and prepare for a new group of students, you’ll definitely want to check out Kiddom’s Planner to plan ahead for the next school year. Whether you’re packing up…

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Community and Culture Connections with 51Talk American Academy Program

Are you interested in expanding your skill set as an educator and learning about students who live in another part of the world? The folks at 51Talk have just launched a new opportunity for teachers in the United States and Canada designed to support students as they learn…

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