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Best Apps for Teaching & Learning

Best Apps for Teaching & Learning

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Best Apps for Teaching & Learning 2016 Comic Life 3 by plasq LLC Level: Upper Elementary, Middle, and High SchoolPlatform: iOS Website Now an app, Comic Life 3 is the ultimate tool for turning your images into a comic. Welcome to the Middle Level Section of NCTE The NCTE Linda Rief Voices from the Middle Award recognizes an outstanding publication in Voices from the Middle written or co-written by classroom teachers or literacy coaches. Many of today’s recognized authors and experts published their early work in Voices from the Middle and this award aims to support the development of future voices to lead our profession forward. The Middle Level journal Voices from the Middle has a new set of editors and a whole new way of sharing the excellent content and ideas. Under the leadership of Sara Kajder and Shelbie Witte, Voices has launched an engaging podcast, digital-only content, and a vibrant Facebook page.

Go Noodle is such a fun tech tool! – EDTECH 4 BEGINNERS Go Noodle is a great website which encourages your students to be active. Have a look at my quick video tutorial on how to navigate the site: My students absolutely loved it! Have you used Go Noodle? What did your class think? Let me know by commenting below. Bulletin Board Ideas By Phil Nast, retired middle school teacher and freelance writer Found In: all subjects, preK-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Bulletin Board Ideas gathers material from the Internet, welcomes ideas from teachers, and offers original ideas as well. The website’s commercial aspect can be ignored. How to Use Google Drawings Google Drawings is a free, web-based drawing tool that allows users to collaborate and work together in real time to create flowcharts, organizational charts, website wireframes, mind maps, concept maps, drawings, and more. It is included in GAFE, Google Classroom, G Suite, and Google Drive (this may vary in managed domains, depending upon whether the administrator turns on access to this tool). To use Google Drawing, here’s what you do: Open your Google Drive account; go to New and select Google Drawings. Insert shapes, lines, an image, or text with the editing tools.When finished, add this drawing to another Google Doc, slideshow, or spreadsheet, save it as a stand-alone file, and/or share it with others in a wide variety of methods. There are a lot of drawing programs available — SumoPaint, KidPix, and TuxPaint to name a few.

Literacy & NCTE - The official blog of the National Council of Teachers of English goREACT App Launch Tool iPhoneiPadAndroidFree In this drag-and-drop laboratory, combine elements from the periodic table to create chemical reactions and discover the chemistry in the world around you. Corkulous Educator Review How Can Teachers Use It? In the classroom, Corkulous may be a fun way to facilitate collaboration for a group idea, project, or presentation using Apple TV or an interactive whiteboard. Add kids' ideas to it via digital sticky notes, photos taken or stored on the device, lists of words using a variety of fonts, and more. Or, kids can use the app on their own device to work on a solo project or as a visually engaging way to present a project. Read moreRead less What's It Like?

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