YouTube, but without the junk. SchoolTube has taken the best of the educational web and condensed it into something useful. It obviously doesn't have as many options as YouTube, but at least everything on the site is high-quality.
BlendSpace is a great, FREE, resource that makes computer time easy in the classroom, or in the lab. You can create a free account, and start creating instantly. BlendSpace allows for the dragging and dropping of links into the boxed templates, as well as the embedding of YouTube videos and more. I used this to... Continue Reading →
Forget the old-school, cardboard, slidey thing all your 60 year old teachers used when you were a kid. Download the Groovy Grader App for free, and you can change the number of questions, and it will give you allllll the grades. One less thing you have to remember to bring home with you. Or to... Continue Reading →
Kahoot is slowly spreading through classrooms, especially as 1:1 is becoming more and more prevalent. We are on our way to 1:1 in our district, but between my students' smart phones, and the Lenovo tablets I gained through Donors Choose, I am able to put a device in the hands of most of my students,... Continue Reading →