SAT Practice from Khan Academy & Turnitin Revision Assistant

Can you believe it? Winter break is fast approaching and it’s a great time for students to carve out study time for the SAT exam. If you’re looking for SAT practice resources to share with students there are two great tools you’ll want to check out. The first, is Khan Academy which you may already […]

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8 How-To Tips to Energize Your Classroom with EdTech

The new year is a natural time for us to reflect on our current practices and make plans for the future. This year I’ve been focusing on sharing ideas for teachers that help them get started with new technology tools. Although I think it’s still important to curate favorite apps and tools for other educators, […]

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10 FREE Book Creator Webinars for Teachers

This year I’ve had the chance to team up with the awesome folks at Book Creator! This app is one I use with educators all across the country. When I visit schools to talk to teachers about reaching all of their students, creating dynamic learning experiences, and connecting students to authentic audiences, I love sharing […]

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MobyMax Personalized Learning Curriculum for K-8 Students

Are you looking for a K-8 curriculum? MobyMax offers a personalized learning curriculum for elementary and middle school students. Designed for kids in kindergarten through eighth grade, MobyMax provides students with personalized and blended learning resources. MobyMax includes curriculum support in different subject areas including math, writing, science, social studies, reading and state test preparation. MobyMax also offers curriculum […]

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5 Apps for Student Sports Lovers with Curriculum Connections

Looking for student sports apps? Discovering the interests of your students is one of the most important tasks of teachers. If you know what students are excited about, it’s much easier to figure out how to turn a lesson into an engaging learning activity. Students who love sports follow stories of favorite athletes, know their teams’ […]

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Tiggly Chef Subtraction Game for Elementary Math Practice

So cool! You’ve probably seen one of my posts in the past about the awesome games from Tiggly. Well they have a new learning game designed for elementary school students called Tiggly Chef Subtraction. This subtraction game is recommended for kids ages 5 and up and lets them practice subtraction math concepts while experimenting in Tiggly Chef’s secret kitchen […]

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5 Ways to Keep the Olympics Going All School Year

It’s over… or is it. The Olympics might have come to an end this summer but you can still bring the excitement from this global event into your classroom. This list doesn’t include Olympic lesson plans but instead provides ideas for how to make connections to the summer games throughout the school year. I hope you’ll find a […]

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Scan and Learn with the Socratic Homework App

You know that I’m crazy about #ScannableTech and here is a fantastic example of it in action. The folks at Socratic.org have just released a new homework app that makes it easier to for kids to get the help they need. With Socratic’s app, students snap a photo of questions on their homework assignments… and Socratic automatically gives links […]

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EdTech Book Spotlight: Innovate with iPad

I’m so excited to share the brand new book from fellow Apple Distinguished Educators Karen Lirenman and Kristen Wideen. Karen was kind enough to share a copy of Innovate with iPad with me this summer. As a former one-to-one iPad teacher I know how it feels to open a cart of iPads and wonder what to do […]

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Bumblebee Bump Addition & Multiplication Apps for iOS

Looking for a new way to practice math facts? Bumblebee Bump Addition and Multiplication Apps are designed for elementary school students. The goal of each app is to help students master their math facts through a simple and engaging game. The Bumblebee Bump apps are easy to use and support students as they practice multiplication and […]

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