Summer Events, Courses and More!

Summer is almost here and there is a lot of great news to share! Take a minute to learn about some exciting events and special offers from Class Tech Tips: As promised, This Spring I launched my Udemy course: Using QR Codes in the Classroom: Differentiate and Energize Your Lessons! which you can join for 50% OFF […]

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Teachley App for Early Elementary Math on Your Tablet

Perfect for K-2 students, Teachley: Addimal Adventure is an engaging math app that addresses a variety of Common Core State Standards.  This addition app provides models for students to use to solve each problem, and presents a handful of strategies for students to choose from. The high quality content combined with cartoon characters makes this […]

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Disney Magic Timer: Home & Classroom Use

Designed to help children develop healthy habits when brushing their teeth, Disney Magic Timer can be used in the classroom for a variety of purposes.  This free app could be linked to a unit on staying healthy by encouraging good hygiene and establishing routines. You might also find that this app is a useful tool […]

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Brainfeed Educational Videos: Easy Access on iPads

Videos are a powerful teaching tool for grabbing students’ attention and helping them visual abstract concepts.  Brainfeed has a fantastic app with tons of free content for streaming educational videos.  There are clips on the environment, the human body, and even geometry. A subscription lets users access the entire library, but this app has plenty […]

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Tiga Talk Speech Therapy iPad Games

If you’re a teacher working with special needs students or a parent of a child with language delays, Tiga Talk Speech Therapy Games is a great iPad app you’ll want to check out.  The purpose of the app is to encourage children to make different sounds as they play games.  This app was designed with […]

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Endless Numbers to Introduce Key Math Concepts

From the makers of Endless Alphabet and Endless Reader there is a brand new app called Endless Numbers that will definitely get your early learners excited about math practice. With five free levels and more available with an in app purchase, children can count and add with monsters at a carnival.  The kid-friendly interface and […]

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Video Tutorials to Learn & Review: Virtual Nerd Mobile Math

Video tutorials are a great way for students to review and learn new concepts.  Whether you’re looking for a way to flip your classroom, kick off a lesson, or provide extra resources for students, Pearson’s Virtual Nerd Mobile Math has a library of videos to choose from. This app gives you the opportunity to search […]

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12 Apps for the One iPad Classroom

You don’t have to be in a one to one iPad classroom to integrate this powerful tablet into your everyday routine. Not every classroom is 1:1 and many teachers find resources for one tablet classroom a bit frustrating as much of edTech focuses on 1:1 classrooms. If you’re not a 1:1 classroom, there are still a […]

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Google Hangouts in Your Classroom: Virtual Guest Speakers

Google Hangouts are a fantastic tool for connecting with colleagues, other classrooms and experts in the field.  If you aren’t able to take your students to a Civil War battlefield or a National Park, or just can’t afford to fly a guest speaker to come to a school assembly, try organizing a Google Hangout. This […]

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Abraham Lincoln on iPads: Informational Text & Primary Sources

Another great app for teaching American History or exploring a biography, Abraham Lincoln Interactive is a fantastic choice for using with students. In addition to a photo gallery and slideshow of quotes, this interactive textbook lets kids access video and see primary source documents.  The first few chapters of the book are free and an in […]

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