Must-Have Creativity Tools for Students

I grew up in a family where the Beatles were on constant rotation. It was the default soundtrack for many family car rides. Even today The Beatles Channel on Sirius XM is definitely in my Top 10 stations. It’s Channel 18, in case you’d like to add it to your list too! A few years […]

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Microsoft Teams for Collaboration and Feedback

This month I had a chance to talk to the folks behind Microsoft Teams and see the platform in action. I love how it sets up students for success in collaborative online spaces. For example, students can easily access feedback from a teacher, share an idea with a classmate, and participate in a discussion with […]

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Engaging Elementary School Writing with Night Zookeeper

Do you have reluctant writers in your classroom? As an elementary school teacher, I loved modeling writing and hosting a writer’s workshop for students. But I also knew it wasn’t every student’s favorite subject area. If elementary school writing is a topic you’re covering this year, you will want to check out Night Zookeeper. I […]

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K-12 Math Tasks for Schools from Woot Math

This year I connected with the passionate team behind Woot Math. If you are looking for a tool to energize your math instruction this year, Woot Math has you covered! From engaging activities to embedded formative assessment, this platform is perfect for K-12 students. It’s free for teachers, so if you can’t wait to jump […]

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Bring Creativity to Your Entire School with Buncee

This month, Buncee announced its latest launch, Buncee 3.0: The New Creative Experience. This launch brings an incredible array of new features. These features will further engage students and encourage creativity beyond the traditional classroom! Now more than ever, Buncee offers more opportunities for everyone to support and ensure the success of their students. Whether […]

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Movie-Making in the STEM Classroom with Spark Video

If you’re looking for new ways for students to show off what they have learned, consider introducing a STEM activity with Spark Video. With this dynamic creation tool, students can use their voice to record what they have learned about a topic. They can snap pictures or search for images to create a product ready […]

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Keep Track of Volunteer Hours with x2VOL

How does your school keep track of volunteer hours and community service hours? The team at x2VOL has created a platform to make it easier for schools to manage student hours. If your school is keeping track of volunteer or community service hours, you’ll want to check out x2VOL. Community Service Hours There are so […]

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Storyboard That Paper-Sized Layout for Classroom Creations

Are you looking for a customizable creation tool for your classroom? The team at Storyboard That has you covered. I’ve been a fan of this tool for a long time, and I’m excited that they have released a new paper-sized layout feature – I know you will be too! Earlier this month I hosted a […]

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Math and STEM Formative Assessment with EquatIO®

As you collect formative assessment data in the classroom, how do you keep track of math and STEM learning? With math and STEM formative assessment as a priority, the team at EquatIO® have developed a tool for teachers and students at all levels. If you’re making plans to collect actionable data in your classroom this […]

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Quizalize Automates Differentiated Learning through Real-Time Formative Assessment

How do you manage resources for differentiated learning in your classroom? Teachers can now use Quizalize to test mastery and then automatically assign resources to students. These differentiated resources are designed to support students with different levels of mastery. With Quizalize, students can easily access resources designed to support their individual needs. Real-Time Formative Assessment […]

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