LMS and Assessment Resources

CodeHS for Computer Science

Preparing students for careers of the future is so important!  CodeHS is a comprehensive curriculum to help educators teach Computer Science and coding.  Their mission is to help anyone and everyone learn computer science skills.  CodeHS has tools for teaching and learning coding in the classroom or at home – including a self-paced online curriculum. Computer Science […]

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Gamify Student Learning with Common Core Quest

If you’re looking for a way to engage students with Common Core content you’ll want to check out Common Core Quest.  Students are awarded ribbons for each Common Core Math and English Language Arts standard when they pass a level.  If a student doesn’t demonstrate mastery they are directed to specific resources, like videos and […]

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Transform Your Workflow with School 4 One Learning Platform

School 4 One is a learning platform for teachers managing a one to one iPad classroom.  Their learning platform can transform your workflow by placing cloud storage and feedback tools all in one place.  Teachers can track their students’ performance as they address the Common Core State Standards.  School 4 One makes it easy to […]

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Number Frames App for Arrays, Operations & Fractions

I’ve shared some of my favorite free apps from the Math Learning Center like (Number Pieces, Number Line, and Geoboard).  Number Frames app is a fantastic iOS and web tool that helps students create arrays.  They can construct frames of numbers to five, ten, twenty, and one hundred. Students use the frames to count, represent, compare, […]

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Questbase Online Assessment Tool

QuestBase is a new assessment tool that lets teachers create online quizzes, tests and exams. Teachers can add their own questions, import them from external files, set options (for example, randomization, time limits, grading, etc.) then tests are ready to be taken by students. Results are available in real-time, allowing teachers to save time.  Math equations and formulas […]

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Edusight Lumark: Free Online Gradebook

Edusight Lumark is a free online gradebook designed to help K-12 teachers save time.  It has a simple online interface that allows teachers to better understand how their students are performing.  With this information you can develop a plan for how to meet the needs of your individual students. Free Online Gradebook Lumark is a grade book that helps […]

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STOPit School Bullying Prevention Program

If bullying is a problem at your school or you are looking for a program to compliment a digital citizenship initiative take a look at STOPit.  It is a school program that provides tools for teachers to help them empower their students and decrease instances of bullying.  This goal of STOPit is to inspire a positive […]

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ClassroomIQ for Simple Grading

ClassroomIQ is a solution for grading hand-written open-response assessments.  It lets teachers scan and import their existing assessments without making any changes to conform to the platform.  You can annotate responses and leave detailed feedback for students to review.  Teachers also have access to images of each handwritten student response in an archive. You can cut down your grading […]

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New Premium Services from Frolyc

Earlier this year I introduced Frolyc as a terrific tool for teachers to design lesson-based interactive activities. Users can now purchase individual activities to use with students or they can upgrade to a premium service where all activities are available for unlimited student assignment.  Kind of like signing up for Netflix and having access to […]

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iAnnotate Lets Educators & Students Annotate PDFs on iPad

I’m a big fan of iAnnotate – it’s an app that I use personally and professionally and if you work with PDFs you’ll definitely want to check it out!  Teachers and students are seeing the benefit of going paperless, especially when deciding whether or not to print huge PDF documents just so they can highlight […]

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