Epic Reads is your video destination for all things YA and teen books. We post new Book Nerd Problem episodes every Monday, Book Hauls with Tea Time's Margot. This YouTube Channel site, includes great book reviews of new YA novels. Get in touch with what students are reading at EpicReads.
Online assessment tools with technology-enhanced items like SBAC, AIR and PARCC give you a complete, instant view of student learning and growth. The best part about Edutastic is that you can sync it with Google Classroom.
This site allows you to create your own timelines and then share them with your students. Students could also find or make timelines for homework assignments or classroom presentations.
Easel.ly is a simple web tool that empowers anyone to create and share powerful visuals (infographics, posters)... no design experience needed! We provide the canvas, you provide the creativity.
Make any video your lesson. Find a video, then crop it, record your voice, embed questions, and then share it with your students.
Looking for a better way to organize assignments in Google Classroom. Consider using hashtags. Check out these suggestions from Alice Keeler.
The Born This Way Foundation is supporting teachers on DonorsChoose.org with a 2X Match on teacher-led projects (and a 3X match on student-led projects) that give students the resources they need to be mentally and emotionally healthy. In addition, all eligible submissions will be reviewed with Born This Way Foundation’s Mental and Emotional Wellness Rubric for the chance to win one of five $5,000 DonorsChoose.org gift cards.
The Library of Congress is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into the Great War by unveiling a new feature: World War I Portal. Amazing! History teachers: Check It Out.