Frontier’s Customizable Digital Lessons with Multimedia Resources

Have you used digital lessons in your classroom? Frontier provides teachers with the framework and resources needed to plan engaging writing and reading lessons for Grades 3-8. If you’re teaching upper elementary of middles school this year you’ll want to take a look at Frontier’s customizable digital lessons with a variety of multimedia…

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Online Math Tutoring with Zeal Learning

Last year Zeal learning served over 40,000 students with their online math tutoring service. Zeal’s tutoring platform enables you to get live math tutoring for your students, grades K-8, on common core objectives, in your classroom. I connected with the folks at Zeal this summer and their approach is definitely unique – live math educators interacting with…

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Rug-Ed Protective iPad Case for K-12 Classrooms

Are you looking for cases for your class set of iPads? The folks at Rug-Ed sent me one of their super strong tablet cases for my iPad mini and I’m excited to share it with you here. Their team had developed a protective iPad case designed to…

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ClassPack by Easyblog for Student-Friendly ePortfolios

Are you looking for a way for students to capture their learning this school year? ClassPack by Easyblog lets students share text, photos, videos and more. Through snapshots and messages about their day, students can create ePortfolios that give them a space to celebrate their learning. It’s quick and easy and thanks to the…

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EDpuzzle K-12 Educational Videos for Students

This week I had the chance to connect with the awesome team behind EDpuzzle. If you haven’t heard of them before, EDpuzzle is resource for teachers and school with over 50,000 curated educational videos for students. With content to use with kindergarteners to high school students, there plenty to choose from across…

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Animated Video Lessons from Study.com Teacher’s Edition

The Study.com Teacher’s Edition is a new way to engage your students inside and outside the classroom. They provide teachers with access to animated video lessons to share with students as well as a virtual classroom to help manage resources. Teachers can use this virtual space to stay organized with assignments, gradebooks, lesson plans and…

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3 Tips for Classroom Discussion Backchannels with BrainPOP

If you’re a regular follower of ClassTechTips.com you know how much I love using digital tools to check for understanding (aka #FormativeTech). This past year I shared a super popular post all about using an online discussion space during read alouds – read it here. This type of backchannel in the classroom is perfect for […]

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3 Reasons to Check Out MakerBot’s 3D Printing Guide for Educators

This past year I’ve been thinking a lot of the 3D printing in education. Having tried out MakerBot’s Replicator+ my wheels were definitely spinning. In earlier posts I chronicled a bit of this journey, from searching for items to print on Thingiverse to creating my own designs in Tinkercad. I was really surprised just how easy it was to jump into the world of…

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Qball Throwable Wireless Microphone for Classrooms

Have you heard of the Qball? I had the chance to try out an early version of the Qball a few years ago and it’s exciting to see how far this teaching and learning tool has come in such a short amount of time. The Qball was designed to support learners of all ages while addressing needs of…

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9 Back-To-School Ideas for Adobe Spark in the Classroom

Have you tried out the awesome Adobe Spark tools? I love apps and websites that empower students as creators and I’ve shared lots of ideas on my site for how to turn students into movie-makers, website creators and designers using these totally free tools. One of my favorite phrases to use is tasks before apps […]

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