Quick reference guide for navigating and using this website. Updated 2/5/2018Read more

With Pear Deck, each student in your class will connect to your presentation on any device, answer your interactive questions, and learn from their peers.Read more

Voki is a free collection of customizable speaking avatars for teachers and students that enhances classroom instruction, class engagement, and lesson comprehension.Read more

Try this storyboard creator in your classroom!
From first grade to graduation, Storyboard That engages students with digital storytelling in the classroom. The site offers ideas, tools, lesson plans, and more!Read more

Kahoot is a game-based learning platform. You and your students will play, learn, and have fun together!Read more

Polleverywhere is a free interactive way to get immediate feedback from your students. Select the "Linked URL" located on the right side of your screen to get started.Read more

This website offers many thought-provoking ideas and innovative resources on a myriad of topics. Select the "Linked URL" to the right to visit this website.Read more

Padlet is an online tool that allows students (and teachers) to collaborate on projects. Check out the school-friendly version of Padlet, called Padlet Backpack. Select the "Linked URL" to the right to explore this resource.Read more

Use Plickers for quick checks for understanding to know whether your students are understanding big concepts and mastering key skills. Select the Linked URL to the right to visit the Plickers website.Read more

Viewers will become familiar with the tools and resources available to conduct a classroom discussion in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12.Read more

Provides animation tools to make it easy to create your own professional-looking, animated explainer videos and animated presentations. For examples, explore the education blog.Read more

Create visual stories using curated artwork from illustrators and animators. Explore StorybirdRead more

Makes mixing video and images together for digital storytelling projects easy. Explore some We Video examples.Read more

A collection of free electronic books, many with accompanying audio.Read more

A library of uniquely interactive, web-based virtual manipulative's or concept tutorials, mostly in the form of Java applets, for mathematics instruction (K-12 emphasis).Read more

MIT OpenCourseWare makes the materials used in the teaching of almost all of MIT’s subjects available on the Web, free of chargeRead more

Over 5000 free educational audio and video titles including famous speeches and lectures around the world.Read more

A free, subscription-based service that contains quality multimedia on all subjects for all grade levels. Once subscribed you can tag and annotate your favorite resources for future reference.Read more

Create presentations incorporating images, video clips, music and text.Read more

Record your voice and iPad screen to create dynamic video lessons that students and colleagues can access any time.Read more

Create images and videos of what you see on your computer screen, then share them instantly.Read more

Create, share, publish, and read digital books.Read more

Create comics, picture albums, how-tos, and more.Read more

A free tool to embed rich, dynamic questions with explanations inside video. Browse their library for some examples.Read more