TenMarks is a powerful platform that helps teachers individualize math instruction for their elementary and middle school students. It saves educators time preparing lessons, reinforces concepts to improve student outcomes, differentiates based on student need, and keeps kids engaged and motivated.
In preparation for back-to-school, TenMarks has streamlined and improved both the teacher and student experiences. There are tutorials for teachers new to TenMarks, and pacing guides that help educators connect TenMarks assignments to their curriculum. Students now have self-paced learning options with a point-based incentive system. They’ll receive immediate feedback as they work through math problems.
With both free and premium solutions you’ll want to check out what TenMarks can bring to your students!
MelonPrep is a practice platform for students developed by Carnegie Mellon Alumni. It is designed to help students retain what they have learned in the classroom and apply it to real world situations. Students can choose from a range of topics and concepts. There are over 100,000 questions across the content areas. MelonPrep lets students quiz from any web browser and view their results instantly.
Teachers can make formative assessments in their classroom easier using this customizable platform. With a clean and intuitive interface educators have the flexibility to create their own original questions or use the searchable community sourced content. Teachers can decide what information their students need to know and give them access to review questions and quizzes tailored to their needs.
Are you teaching students good study skills?
Do you want to introduce mobile apps that can be used on your students’ personal devices?
You’re bound to find something on this list that can help you and your students this school year!
- Synopsis (flashcards)
- Shmoop (test prep guides)
- VocabularySpellingCity (games)
- EasyAnnotate (PDF viewer)
- NoteLedge (notetaking)
- Brainly (social network)
- Academic Help (writing guides)
- Math Vocabulary Cards (flashcards)
- Outread (speed reading)
- MathsRulz (formula guide)
- LifeNoted (organization)
- gFlash+ (flashcards)
Here are two other lists you may want to check out:
There are a few places teachers can go to find high quality reading passages for their students and Readworks.org should definitely be on your list. This website offers a wide range of lesson plans, comprehension units, and reading passages organized by skill and Lexile level. Whether you’re looking for a fiction passage for a guided reading group or want to find a informational text when teaching test taking skills, Readworks.org is the place to go!
Synopsis is the new iPad app for students allows you to read any PDF document and create notes by highlighting text. You can then modify these notes and add your own. This free app helps users summarize any text effortlessly so you won’t ever need to go back to the PDF document. Each individual note can be converted to it’s own flashcard – a fantastic feature of the app. There is no need to buy flashcards or manually type and create them thanks to Synopsis.
All of these flashcards can be created on the go, as you read your study material. Once these flashcards are saved, they can be viewed on your smartphone so it’s easy to study from anywhere. Teachers and students can even share the flashcards they have created. Learn more about Synopsis by visiting their website or watching this video.