ClassDojo Video Series on Growth Mindset

ClassDojo is a powerful classroom management tool used by teachers around the world.  The folks at ClassDojo are launching a video series and accompanying discussion guides all about Growth Mindset.  The goal of the ClassDojo video series is to help any and every classroom learn about growth mindset and how to start developing one. The series will […]

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Greater Gator Comparing Numbers App for iPad

Greater Gator is a terrific comparing numbers app for early learners.  With Greater Gator students tap the screen to choose the largest number.  This simple and straightforward mobile app is great for math stations and interventions.  Students can use this comparing numbers app to reinforce this foundational math concept. Comparing Numbers App Greater Gator has […]

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ClassDojo Principal Accounts for School Leaders

Over the past few years I’ve shared some of the reasons why I’m a big fan of ClassDojo.  This app is a powerful tool for building classroom communities and keeping parents engaged and informed.  The folks at ClassDojo have found a way to help school leaders build a stronger school community.  This new tool will […]

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Create Rubrics Online with Quick Rubric Grading Tool

Quick Rubric is an online tool that lets users easily create rubrics.  Teachers can create a free account and design their own rubrics on the web.  Quick Rubric gives teachers a space to create, edit, copy, save, share, and print rubrics all from their web browser.  The straightforward interface lets teachers add columns and organize expectations […]

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Coda Coding Game: iPad Creation Tool for Students

Coda Game is a coding app for iPads that gives students the power to create their own games.  With this coding game, kids can build their own games with visual code blocks.  Students follow the steps and create their own game to play and share. Coda Coding Game The idea behind apps like Coda Game is […]

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Edcite Free Digital Assignment Tool for Teachers

 Edcite is a free website for teachers. It helps teachers to find, create, or share interactive digital assignment options and assessments. Edcite not only wants to give teachers autonomy and ownership over their content. But they also aim to make digital content engaging for students. Teachers can build their own assignments. They can choose from […]

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Notetaking on Kindles a Solution from Clippings.io

Students and teachers using the Amazon Kindle are familiar with how easy it is to take notes as your reading.  The highlighting and note-aking feature on the Kindle is one of the reasons that so many readers have embraced digital text.  Clippings.io is a popular solution for Notetaking on Kindles for students, educators, authors and casual readers […]

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Photos for Class Kid Safe Image Search for Schools

Kid safe search is a great tool for the classroom, especially if you’ve ever struggled leading students through a Google Image Search. Teachers will appreciate Photos for Class, a kid safe image search for schools. This kid-friendly image search engine brings age-appropriate images to your students’ fingertips. Photos for Class is a free search engine that helps […]

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Creative Thinking App: WonderBox Promotes Curiosity

WonderBox is a fantastic creative thinking app that promotes curiosity while giving kids a space to create. Students can explore, make and share with this completely free app.  WonderBox is from Duck Duck Moose the folks behind one of my favorite apps, ChatterPix Kids.  This app lets students explore science, geography and sports topics giving […]

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Fractions App for Elementary: Motion Math on iPad & Android

Motion Math: Fractions! is a fantastic fractions app for elementary school students.  This engaging app asks students to tap on the screen to answer fraction problems. It includes multiple levels for students to work through as they master fraction concepts.  One thing that I love about this app is how fun it is to play. […]

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