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19Pencils - Quick and Easy Tools for Learning. Quizzes, Games, Websites and More!

Khan Academy Redefining classroom learning. Empowering instructors. Teaching Functionality Easy Lesson Plan Development Use the web-based app to build, edit and manage your lesson plans in our Show-Explain-Ask framework. Here you can infuse your lesson plans with media elements & videos (things you want to show), notes & examples (things you want to explain) and real-time assessments (things you want to ask). Project Project videos, images, documents, questions, notes, real-time scribbles/annotations and more to large screen surfaces using the built in projection feature. Broadcast Use the broadcast feature to send content & media, videos, assessments and more directly to student devices or pair it with the projection feature to engage students with multiple screens. Assessments Perform formative assessments in-class and gain real-time feedback on student & class comprehension. Annotate/Scribble Shared White boarding Create Activity Feature Administrative Functionality Classroom (or device) Management Automated Attendance Reporting Student Functionality Bookmark

Learning to Go: Lesson Ideas for Teaching with Mobile Devices, Cell Phones, and BYOT Every day, people around the world communicate, connect, and learn digitally on the go. Our students spend hours with their devices and digital tools. Imagine if some of that time was spent learning your content. instaGrok | A new way to learn WikiIndex ImageQuiz ESL Teacher Resources, Job Boards, and Worksheets PlaybackSchools

Resources for short courses Onestopenglish is packed with hundreds of bright ideas for your short course, holiday or summer school programme. Take the stress out of preparing for each new set of students with this list of resources that's guaranteed to keep things fun, active and interesting! We've picked out a selection of resources that we think are perfect for engaging students over a short or intensive English programme. Listening skills | Young learners | Teenagers | CLIL | Skills | Culture | Grammar and vocabulary | News lessons | Teaching with minimal resources Listening skills Check out our Listening skills section for access to over 200 listening resources, including our series of mini-plays on British culture, authentic interviews in our 'Live from ...' series, original drama with the onestopenglish soap opera, The Road Less Travelled and a selection of serialized Macmillan Readers at all levels. Young learners Teenagers Onestopclil offers a whole world of resources for primary and secondary learners. Skills

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