It’s anything but “this time of year” than the typical “How will my class be?” Questions that teachers often ask themselves are overshadowed by much more threatening and fearful questions like “Where and how will I be teaching this year?” The situation seems to be changing from day to day, and schools and districts are trying to best prepare teachers for several scenarios.
But what if your school or district’s teaching options don’t suit your specific needs? My advice: Pick a go-to tool or two that are easy for you and your students to use both in the classroom and remotely, as quickly as possible, to get used to it quickly, and then that Apply consistently throughout the year, regardless of where and where you teach. Learning takes place at the end.
Here are my “go-to” pages to ensure you and your students are successful from anywhere by 2020-21:
- Boom writer – Maybe you already know that I’m a huge boomwriter fan, and I continue to be, even though they’re no longer free. Regardless, Boomwriter’s tools (assignments, student journals, stories) allow teachers to easily create and share any type of writing activity in any subject. Your students will love writing on BoomWriter, and there are many features (peer-to-peer review, teacher-student chat, vocabulary training, etc.) that you can use in conjunction with the ability to provide personalized feedback from anywhere give, with certainty, consistently involve students and improve their writing throughout the year. Go to Boomwriter.com and start your free trial.
- Buncee – Buncee is a fantastic learning tool and digital canvas that educators use in a variety of ways (e.g. flipped classroom, project-based learning, digital storytelling, etc.). Educators love new features like: Ideas Labs, Boards, and Immersive Readers. Best of all, the Education Portal through which teachers can create and manage students, as well as a variety of educational resources / templates that educators can use to incorporate Buncee into their curriculum.
- I know it – A fantastic site for interactive math practice for grades K-5. In addition, educators can assign lessons, assess students, and differentiate lessons.
- Otus – A great all-in-one mobile learning solution for schools that combines the best of both a learning management system and a data management system.
- Socrates – A great new website for educators to rate students and differentiate teaching through a unique game-based learning system.
- Storyboard that – Storyboard This is a widely used website where teachers incorporate technology into their classroom. This is a great learning tool that project-based learning educators, graphic organizers, digital storytelling, prompt writing, and much more use. There are also plenty of lesson plans, assignments, and templates that teachers can choose from to meet their needs.
- TypeTastic – An excellent K-12 site for educators who are integrating keyboards / typing into their curriculum. The best thing is the wide variety of resources and the ability to track student progress.
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