Free Webinar: 10 Tips to Differentiate for Readers

How do you differentiate for readers in your classroom? I’m very excited to join the folks at Voyager Sopris to share ten tips for differentiating instruction for K-5 readers. On Monday, November 13, 2017 at 7PM ET, you’re invited to a totally free webinar for educators, “10 Tips to Differentiate for Readers” (click here to register.) During this […]

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Using Otus Student Video Responses to Check for Understanding

Last month I featured Otus, a student performance platform that combines the power of many popular EdTech tools. Otus provides a space for a classroom/learning management system, access to assessment management tools, and a full data warehouse – this means that some of your favorite features with other tools all come together in one place with […]

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KudosWall Pro Online Resume Builder for Students

Are your students in need of an online resume builder? KudosWall Pro is for older students and first-time resume builders. With KudosWall Pro students can build a resume by adding information to their form and you’ll automatically have access to your own personalized resume. Once you have everything complete, users can share their resume online with a […]

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SelfCAD Online 3D Modeling Tool for 3D Printing in Schools

Are you looking for 3D printing resources for your school? SelfCAD is an online 3D modeling tool for students. It’s an all-in-one platform to give students and teachers a user-friendly CAD software experience. SelfCAD let’s users design, customize and print an object all from one platform for 3D printing in schools. If you’re new to 3D printing, the […]

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JotForm 4.0 Collaborative Form Builder for Permission Slips, Quizzes and More

Educators collect lots of information over the course of the day. From permissions slips to quizzes, the team at JotForm has updated their collaborative form builder tool to make sure you’re covered. They have just released JotForm 4.0 with a handful of new features designed to make it easier to create customizable survey forms to […]

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Otus Standards-Based Gradebook for Student Assignments

Earlier this fall I shared Otus. It is a student performance platform that acts as is a hybrid of three EdTech toolsets popular in classrooms. Otus is a learning management system, assessment management tool, and data warehouse. They also have a special gradebook built to help teachers connect the standards to student assignments. A traditional […]

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Education Book Spotlight: Disruptive Classroom Technologies by Sonny Magana

There are a handful of frameworks for thinking about technology integration in the classroom. You’ve probably spent some time examining SAMR and TPACK. Especially if you’ve had discussions on how to make the most of digital tools at your school. In his new book Disruptive Classroom Technologies, educational technologist Sonny Magana introduces the T3 Framework, […]

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National Fire Prevention Week and NFPA Educational Resources

Did you know? October is Fire Prevention Month and next week marks the beginning of Fire Prevention Week (October 8th – 14th). As you prepare to incorporate Fire Prevention Week and Month into your classroom, The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has lots of resources including a brand new app and lots more…

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Clark Data-Driven Tutoring Platform: Virtual Assistant for Tutors

If you are managing tutoring during or after school hours, the folks at Clark have developed the first data-driven tutoring platform to acts like a virtual assistant for tutors. Clark officially launched last month with both an iOS app and web portal. Their goal is to make it easier for educators to build…

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Unio Interactive Lesson and Formative Assessment Tool

Last month I had the opportunity to connect with the team behind Unio, part of an award-winning education technology company based in the UK.If you haven’t heard of Unio before, it’s an interactive lesson delivery and formative assessment tool launched earlier this year. If you’re a regular follower of ClassTechTips.com you know I’m a big believer in the power of leveraging the power of…

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