Technology can be a valuable resource to enhance today's curriculum. Please check this site periodically for a technology tip that could support student and teacher creation. Each week a technology tip, useful website, or new resources will be posted.
Tip 1: Language Arts – Check out www.storyjumper.com to create your own children’s book.
Tip 2: Language Arts – Check out www.spellingcity.com to enhance your vocabulary.
Tip 4: Mystery Skype – Partner up with other teachers. Have the students create a list of questions that will be used to guess the location of the other class.
Tip 5: News-O-Matic – An interactive news app for children ages 6-10. This app scans the current events for news-worthy yet age-appropriate stories. There are stories about world news, sports, science, and more. Each issue comes with five news stories complete with pictures, videos and illustrations.
Tip 6: Helpful Sites – Check out LearnZillion
Tip 7: Sight Word Assistance – Check out http://www.sightwords.com/sight-words/flash-cards/
Tip 9: NEWSELA - https://newsela.com/articles/?category=kids - Sign up to make it easy for all of your students to read the same information, but at their own reading level.
Tip 10: Plickers - https://www.plickers.com/ - App for Apple and Android to collect real-time assessment data.
Tip 11: Which One Doesn't Belong
Tip 12: Tools for today’s classroom – Located on the All Staff Drive/Technology 2018-2019
Tip 14: Pics4Learning.com has been a resource for copyright-friendly images since 1999. With over 35,000 images, Pics4Learning is a great place to find images that will help you tell your story!
Tip 15: Create your own QR Code – The QR Code Generator
Tip 16: Great Math site for your Grades 1-8 https://www.prodigygame.com/
Tip 17: Have your students create graphs!
Tip 18: Solve Puzzles
Tip 19: Ideas and More - Located on the AllStaff Drive – Technology 2016-2017 Folder
Tip 21: Discovery Education
Tip 22: NASA
Tip 24: Math - AAA Math, A Plus Math
Tip 27: Cloud Convert app in Google
Tip 28: Use the Remind app for students and parents
Tip 29: Equatio for Mobile Devices https://youtu.be/CZ6eu4ZO7ok
Tip 30: Homework and Facts - Factmonster
Tip 32: Free Photo Editing App - Aviary App
Tip 33: Free Audiobooks and eBooks - Loyal Books
Tip 34: Storybird a creative writing tool
Tip 35: Student create flashcards
Tip 36: Equatio - Math expressions easier to use on a computer
Tip 37: Google Read & Write Audio Maker - Save voice recordings
Tip 38: Dolphin App - Free reading app for readers with dyslexia, low vision or blindness
Tip 39: Google Draw - Access through Google Drive
Tip 40: Mindomo - An outline and mapping tool
Tip 41: Word Bank Universal Extension allows you to create and use word banks
Tip 42: TES teach - Create digital lessons
Tip 43: Microsoft Dictate App is for hands-free typing in Word and PowerPoint
Tip 44: Seeing AI App is a talking camera for the blind
Tip 45: Watch YouTube Videos Safely - Safe YouTube
Tip 46: Rewordify is a free online source that improves Reading
Tip 47: Chrome Store
Tip 48: Turn off the Lights Chrome App dims background when showing videos
Tip 49: Google Similar Pages Chrome App discovers web pages similar to the page you are currently browsing
Tip 50: Search by image by right-clicking on the image
Tip 51: OpenDyslexic Font for Chrome App replaces fonts on web pages
Tip 52: One Tab Chrome App converts all tabs into a list
Tip 53: Grammarly Chrome App enhances your written communication
Tip 54: Google Translate Chrome App translates entire web pages with one click
Tip 55: Google Keep Chrome App save notes
Tip 56: Google Dictionary Chrome App allows you to view definitions easily while you browse
Tip 57: Cite This For Me Chrome App automatically creates website citations
Tip 58: Awesome ScreenShot Chrome App captures a whole page or just a portion
Tip 59: Freckle Education for differentiated instruction in Math, ELA, SS and Science
Tip 60: K-5 Technology Activities
Tip 61: Math practice for grades K-5 (Free trial) iknowit