LiveSchool Reward System for Students

If you’re looking to improve student buy-in and classroom culture, you’ll want to check out LiveSchool – a reward system for students.  This free and simple tool lets users track, motivate, and reward student behavior and participation. …. LiveSchool is perfect for individuals or teams of teachers looking to seamlessly manage student behavior between multiple classes. […]

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World Read Aloud Day – March 4, 2015

This Wednesday is World Read Aloud Day! On the first Wednesday in March each year readers from around the world come together to share their favorite stories.  Started by LitWorld, World Read Aloud Day or WRAD is an amazing opportunity for students, teachers, parents and community members to come together for a read aloud.  You […]

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Beacon Line Array Sound System for Your Classroom

Earlier this month I shared the KONGcart Bundle which can be used in classrooms to manage a variety of technology challenges.  Teachers can move around the room without feeling tethered to their computer cart. One of the companion to this bundle is the Beacon Line Array.  This sound system is perfect for using with sound effects, […]

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Increase Parent Engagement By Sharing Student Learning With Seesaw

Seesaw is an iPad app that captures student work making it easy to share with teachers and families.  With this app students can snap a picture of their work, record their voice and quickly show off what they have learned.  As more and more people use their phones to keep track of what is going on in […]

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Create Learning Maps with Edynco

Edynco is an online tool for creating learning maps.  A learning map is a version of a mind map specially designed for teachers and students.  Learning maps can include several elements (called nodes) including: title, instruction/summary and an attached resource, which can be a website, quiz, video, audio, PDF, image or document. Nodes are placed on […]

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Transform Class Communication with TocoMail

Tocomail is a great tool for teachers and students that I first shared last year.  It is a communication tool that gives students the opportunity to message their classmates and teacher in a closed network that is tightly monitored.  With TocoMail teachers can created a “walled garden” of class communication using computers and tablets.  Students will get […]

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Flip Your Classroom in Minutes with Standard Planner

Earlier this year I shared Standards Planner, a lesson planner tool for teachers that allows users to search through thousands of free resources.  Teachers can create, upload, and convert lessons, videos, and instructional material to make a plan for instruction.  Standards Planner users can align their plans to all 50 state and national standards including the Common Core. […]

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LoiLoNote School an Active Learning Creativity Tool

LoiLoNote School is an active learning, teamwork and creativity tool for students.  As a tool for both teachers and students, LoiLoNote School can also be used as a classroom and behavior management tool.  It’s perfect to use across the content areas in both a one-to-one and shared tablet environment. Instead of switching between multiple apps, this free, cloud-based […]

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Simplify Your Digital Workflow with Seesaw

Earlier this month I posted about Seesaw, an app that captures student work and is great for all learners in your classroom.  With this app students can snap a picture of their work and record their voice.  It’s a neat way for children to show what they have learned about a topic. ……… Seesaw can help teachers collect, […]

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One App for All of Your State Standards

Mastery Connect has a terrific app that makes it easy to find the Common Core Standards all in one place.  They have also developed apps that are specific to individual state standards. You can tap on a picture of your state and find an app that contains all of your state standards.  Whether you load this […]

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