Create or easily download interactive lessons that will synchronize to all student devices, giving every student a voice. Seamlessly import existing files on your computer and add interactive features such as Virtual Field Trips, 3D Objects, Quizzes, Polls, Open Ended Questions and more! Student responses to activities can be evaluated live or with post-session reports. Create a free account today!
Interested in designing your own website? For free? Weebly is the perfect way to get started in website building and it can be used in a variety of ways in terms of education. For example, create and debut the site Open School Night to introduce yourself to your students and their parents, add material and content throughout the school year for your students to refer back to and for you to use for the following school years to come, or create your lessons within the site itself!
Weebly for Education is perfect for creating classroom websites, student e-portfolios, and websites for assigned projects. Its drag & drop website editor is incredibly simple to use, and appropriate for use with students of all ages.
Are you trying to reinvent the wheel while lesson planning? Have a successful lesson to share? Look no further than Teachers Pay Teachers containing a vast variety of both free and in-expensive lessons from PreK-12.
Looking for a new, refreshing way to compose your lesson plans? Planboard is an organized virtual lesson planning board that is accessible anywhere you go. Sign up for free and view and edit your lessons on the go with your iOS and/or Android devices!
Timetoast is an aesthetically pleasing tool used to create interactive timelines from ancient history to the far-off future; have your students take their narratives to the next level with this easy to use tool!
Although it can be related to PowerPoint and Google Docs, Prezi has much more engaging and captivating visuals compared to the two. Prezi is equipped with beautiful templates that allow its users to create, present, and analyze their presentations from anywhere. Presentation creators have the ability to see how much time their viewers are spending in each part of their presentations. Users are provided with individual feedback reporting those who have viewed the presentation, when, and for how long.
A presentation tool that provides students with the opportunity to be creative and produce interactive creations to visualize concepts. Due to its drag and drop platform, Buncee is easy to use when creating engaging multimedia products.
Also known as a "Quick Response" Code, QR Codes are readable barcodes for mobile phones that store website URLs, plain text, phone numbers, email addresses and any other type of data. Students can be directed to information just by using the camera on their computer or mobile phone to scan the QR Code. Want to learn more? Check out Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything: QR Codes in the Classroom.
Do you want to know how well your students are performing according to state and Common Core Standards? MasteryConnect makes assessing and tracking student mastery of these standards easy for educators. Their instant grading tools including tablet, mobile device, web browser, and GradeCam™ bubble sheet scanning are great time-savers!
We all know of the dangers of our students having access to YouTube, but when it is implemented for educational purposes, YouTube can make the learning process much more rewarding. YouTube can also come in handy in the place of substitute plans! Record yourself delivering the days plans as if you were with your students in real-time, incorporate a screencast, and your students will feel right at home!
Not only is this site a place to find inspiration, TED-Ed is an excellent resource that contains various videos that can easily be implemented into a lesson. These videos can assist you in teaching anything from the causes of insomnia to the rise and fall of the Assyrian Empire.
Glogster is a site where interactive multimedia posters can be created. Users can input images, graphics, audio, video and text all in one area. Glogster can be incorporated to tell a story in the classroom, to share an experience from a field trip or vacation, to make notes in lectures or to present projects.
Looking to take digital storytelling to the next level? Creaza allows its users to become creative and playful by allowing them to easily create unforgettable presentations with backgrounds, cartoons, props, videos, images, mind maps, narration and music.
Users can channel their creativity by writing picture books, multi-chapter books or poems! They are able to utilize the amazing artwork provided by Storybird artists into their books. Teachers can create classrooms, invite their students, and assign writing tasks right within Storybird!
Provide your students with the ability to easily create interactive books on their Chromebook devices! Book Creator is available for Google Chrome and allows its users to create products ranging from digital portfolios to comic adventures. Both teachers and students are able to add text, images, audio and video to their creations. The possibilities are endless!
A HyperDoc is a stand-alone packaged digital lesson designed to be interactive and can include content, links, question prompts, and videos. HyperDocs are created using Google Docs, Slides, Sites, or Sheets.