MobyMax Personalized Learning Curriculum for K-8 Students

Are you looking for a K-8 curriculum? MobyMax offers a personalized learning curriculum for elementary and middle school students. Designed for kids in kindergarten through eighth grade, MobyMax provides students with personalized and blended learning resources. MobyMax includes curriculum support in different subject areas including math, writing, science, social studies, reading and state test preparation. MobyMax also offers curriculum […]

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LiveBinders Teacher Organization Tool: Curate, Collaborate & More!

How do you keep track of all of your favorite resources? Do you have a system for staying organized? The folks at LiveBinders have an awesome tool to help teachers stay organized. They understand that teachers search online to find great ideas and resources to bring into their lessons. LiveBinders is a teacher organization tool that […]

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Learn To Tell Time with Music! Mitee Mite App for iOS & Android

Looking for a new way to help students learn how to tell time? The Mitee Mite Time Frame game is an educational mobile app for iOS and Android. It teaches kids how to learn to tell time with music and the superhero character Mitee Mite. This telling time game uses rhythmic music and characters to teach […]

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Create Animated Videos with Plotagon’s Animate Your Classroom

How are you using videos in your classroom? The folks at Plotagon Education have an awesome iOS app for teachers and students called Animate Your Classroom. This app was designed to make it super easy for educators and their students to create their very own videos using a mobile device. Perfect for any age level of […]

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5 Apps for Student Sports Lovers with Curriculum Connections

Looking for student sports apps? Discovering the interests of your students is one of the most important tasks of teachers. If you know what students are excited about, it’s much easier to figure out how to turn a lesson into an engaging learning activity. Students who love sports follow stories of favorite athletes, know their teams’ […]

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24 Hour of Code Resources for Teachers and Schools

Does your school participate in the Hour of Code each December? Looking to integrate computer science into the school day all year long? Here are a handful of my favorite resources for computer science and coding. Teachers who are ready to jump into the Hour of Code or looking for inspiration as they design a new curriculum will […]

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6 Reasons to Use Templates for Building Activities with Ormiboard

I love templates! They make it easy to get started with a new tool and I always find that templates give me a spark of inspiration when my brain might feel fried at the end of day. You may have seen an one of my posts from earlier this year on Ormiboard. This interactive lesson building tool […]

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Hour of Code Webinars for Teachers and Students from Nepris

The countdown is on! Are you ready for Hour of Code? Hour of Code is a special week dedicated to helping students understand the power of computer science. The folks at Nepris understand just how important this week is for schools across the world. They also understand how incorporating Hour of Code lessons into regular […]

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Best Technology for Schools Grant Program

Looking for a school grant program? As part of their work to support Internet safety in schools, Impero Software has released a new white paper on digital citizenship and launched a grant competition for school technology. The $2.5 million Best Technology for Schools grant program celebrates Impero’s 10 millionth student user. The grant lets schools apply for between $1,250 […]

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4 Ways to Create an Authentic Audience for Students

Over the past year, I’ve had the chance to talk to teachers across the country about the ways they are turning their students into creators. Digital tools make it easier than ever for our student creators to share their work with the world beyond the classroom. When I share how to use my favorite tools, […]

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