100+ Free Apps for Students in Junior High and High …
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Best World Language Learning Apps for Kids and Schools
(3 days ago) Both apps focus on brief (5 minutes or less) lessons or games, so you can make progress in just minutes a day. There’s lots of emphasis on visual learning, too. 37+ languages are included as separate courses in the same app. Details: Droplets was designed for ages 8-17, and Drops is appropriate for those ages too. The free plans allow five
20 Best Apps to Combat Anxiety and Reduce Sress
(2 days ago) Luckily there are apps for all of these! Below find some of the best apps to combat anxiety and reduce stress—for both students and adults. Apps to Combat Anxiety for Adults. Aura. This app has it all: a mindfulness journal, meditations, nature sounds, life coaching, and more! (iOS, Android)
21 Amazing Free Google Classroom Apps and Sites You'll
(2 days ago) Check out our favorite free Google Classroom apps and programs. A few offer paid options too, but their free versions have plenty of fantastic included features worth exploring! 1. ASSISTments. ASSISTments is a free site that works with many existing math curriculum programs. Assign practice problems using Google Classroom, and students receive
11 Cool Apps for Back-to-School
(2 days ago) Nearpod (Android, iOS, Nook HD, Chrome, Apps for Windows) Grade level: K–12 Cost: Free How to use it: Teacher-created (or teacher-purchased) presentations can help you give practice time to your kids.You can use the interactive, real-time platform to provide immediate feedback on quizzes and activities.
7 Best Organization Apps for Teachers (For iPhone and …
(2 days ago) 5. Evernote. How it works: The next time you’re planning an event or project with your fellow teachers, this app stores everything—notes, to-do lists, and even helpful articles you spot on the Internet—all in one place. You can even use your smartphone camera to scan/save documents.
The Best Reading Apps for Kids In and Out of the Classroom
(2 days ago) Reading apps for kids can help both groups find what they need to succeed. Some of the reading apps for kids on this list help them learn important skills, while others provide libraries of books for storytime or independent reading. Either way, these apps support reading in a meaningful and engaging way that kids will enjoy.
The Best Writing Apps for Kids and Teens at Every Level
(2 days ago) The mobile apps work for anything you type on your phone, including social media and messaging. Premium features include analysis of tone and word choice, and a plagiarism detector. Cost: Basic grammar and spelling checks are free. Premium features start at $29/month.
7 Sites and Apps to Help Students Apply to College
(1 days ago) Here are seven websites and apps we recommend toward that goal. 1. Take virtual college tours: YOUniversityTV. Summers spent touring campuses are a luxury most students do not have, so they will love the ability to visit colleges virtually all over the country through YOUniversityTV’s online tours. The videos of campuses, campus life, college
The Best STEAM Apps for Kids and Teens WeAreTeachers
(1 days ago) STEAM Apps: Art. STEAM apps for graphic design and the arts give students a way to explore their creativity everywhere they go. Assembly. This graphic design app isn’t made especially for kids, but they’ll still find a lot here they can do. Create beautiful vector graphics that can be exported to other graphic design programs.
Best Math Websites for the Classroom, As Chosen by Teachers
(9 days ago) DragonBox. An award-winning series of math apps that harness the power of digital tools to create a better, deeper, more fun learning experience. Blogs, such as “Making Math Social” and “Saying No to Math Anxiety,” are included as resources for …
350+ Online Learning Resources for Teachers and Parents
(1 days ago) The platform monitors G Suite, Office 365, and email apps 24/7/365 for cybersecurity threats and student safety risks, to help keep sensitive data secure and students safe. What They’re Offering: K-12 school districts can use the platform for 30 days to help IT teams and districts protect students and staff online.
PE Apps and Online Resources to Keep Kids Moving At Home
(9 days ago) PE Apps Nike Training Club. This app features free 15-, 30-, and 45-minute workouts designed by expert Nike trainers and will be a great fit for the sport-playing middle or high schooler looking to keep in tip-top shape at home. I Am Love: Kids’ Yogaverse
Best PBS KIDS Apps for the Classroom
(4 days ago) One of the very first apps I ever used in my classroom was a PBS KIDS app. Today, there are so many quality PBS KIDS apps—all designed to help students practice early learning concepts like literacy, math, and science skills – that it can be hard to narrow the list to just a few. I’ve leveraged some of these apps as a complement to my lesson plan, some to reinforce hard-to-understand
An Administrator's Guide to Parent Communication Apps
(2 days ago) Luckily, there are many excellent parent communication apps on the market designed to make your job easier. But which one is the best, and why? W e’ve done the research on nine of the most popular apps, and here’s what we found. First, an Overview of the Features.
Classroom Noise Monitor Apps That Teachers Will Love
(9 days ago) Classroom Noise Monitor Apps Tips. Talk about the app and how it works with your class in advance. Let them know what your expectations are and what the consequences of being too loud will be. Kids are naturally going to want to see what happens on the app if they’re too noisy.
9 Apps to Up Your Teaching Game
(1 days ago) Whether it’s helping you be more organized or setting up better learning scenarios for kids, these apps will keep your teaching fresh and interesting. 1. Backchannel Chat (iOS) Grade level: 6–12 for students. Why you’ll be better: Increase student dialog and collaboration. Cost: Free.
30+ Virtual Learning Platforms for Distance Learning
(7 days ago) ClassDojo. The ClassDojo platform has a communication tool that makes it easy to stay in touch and track student progress too. Deck.Toys. This platform helps teachers create and share online lessons using their easy tools.
Online Apps and Websites to Teach About Financial Literacy
(6 days ago) 21 Best Online Apps and Websites to Teach Money Skills. Thinking beyond the piggy bank. Amy Bizzarri on May 7, 2020 Money matters and financial literacy pays off in the long run! Teaching students how to make wise financial decisions is truly the gift that keeps on giving. Give kids a lifetime of economic know-how, which often translates to
Best Reading Websites for Kids (Approved By Teachers!)
(2 days ago) 4. Between the Lions. PBS reading website with read-along folktales and fables, clever song videos of letter sounds, and many more stories to capture kids’ attention. Free, K-1. 5. Biblionasium. Site for reviewing and sharing books makes reading a social adventure. Free, Grades 2-8. 6.
Too Many Parent Apps
(1 days ago) Apps are used throughout the school and the community, and that shrinks the window for attention. What you can do: The PTA, after-school clubs, sports teams, and your general district are staples that help your school community thrive. They all send communications and use apps, too!
Learn How Administrators Are Managing School Apps
(1 days ago) It shows what apps everyone chooses to accomplish their work, how often each app is used, and for how long. What a fantastic way to evaluate app use in your district! Even better, the makers of CatchOn want you to see exactly how it works, so they’ve shared one school’s story. Fill out the form here to learn all about how Milford Public
What Are the Best Classroom Library Apps
(6 days ago) Libib. “In my opinion, old school is easier than going with tech. I have a journal. They write the title, their name, and date, and then I have to initial it. To return, they highlight the book they’re returning. If you really want tech, though, I recommend Libib. Easy to use!”.
9 Collaborative Technology Projects Your Students Will Love!
(1 days ago) Bonus: They’re all free! 1. Inkle. Inkle is a fun digital storytelling tool for students. Rather than having students use Microsoft Word, change things up by having them create a digital book. Students will love adding images to make their story come to life! Cooperative learning idea: Students can collaborate and create a Choose Your Own
10 Bests Apps For Principals and Other School Leaders
(5 days ago) 10 Best Apps For Principals and School Leaders. Great phone apps for a better work life! SchoolLeadersNow on October 20, 2017 We’ve scoured the the internet for the best apps for principals. Want to be productive, organized, engaged and connected with …
5 App-Free Alternatives to Bitmoji for Teachers & Students
(7 days ago) The Bitmoji crazy has taken the country by storm since the pandemic hit and schools were all forced online. Teachers got inventive with Bitmoji classrooms, Bitmoji lockers, and a wealth of other Bitmoji activities including virtual field trips, Flat Stanleys, and more. They’ve started inviting their students to participate and create their own Bitmoji characters, but some teachers are
Bloomz vs. Remind: Which Parent Communication App is Better
(6 days ago) Both apps keep student, teacher, and family information secure and both apps allow teachers to deliver a variety of updates, including images and documents. The difference is that Remind is largely focused on messaging, while Bloomz is more multi-faceted. This chart from teacher Jessica Meacham provides a helpful overview of the differences
15 Teacher-Tested Tips for Getting Kids to Stop Multitasking
(8 days ago) Lara Z. uses the blocking features in LanSchool, a classroom management software system, to limit the apps and websites her students can access while in class. Teachers can even make updates in real-time if they want to grant access to something for only a portion of class time.
The Teacher Report: Apps for a Flipped Classroom
(Just Now) Some free apps to try are: Doceri (Free in the iTunes Store) ShowMe (Free in the iTunes Store) ScreenChomp (Free in the iTunes Store) Educreations (Free in the iTunes Store) Posted by Erin Macpherson. All Posts. Leave a reply Cancel reply. You must be logged in to post a comment.
55 Easy Science Experiments Using Materials You Already
(5 days ago) Learn more: Steve Spangler Science. 7. Design a cell phone stand. Use your engineering skills and items from around the house to design and build a cell phone stand. Learn more: Science Buddies/Cell Phone Stand. 8. Recreate the water cycle in a bag. You can do so many easy science experiments with a simple zip-top bag!
Getting Started With Coding May Be Easier Than You Think
(3 days ago) Learning with robots and apps is so hands-on, it naturally touches on the 4 C’s of 21st-century skills: critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity. Because of this, Jessicca says her students have been able to relate the skills they’ve learned through coding to …
10 Fun & Easy Fire Prevention Week Activities for Grades
(2 days ago) During center time, make one of your centers a fire safety center. Load up one of our apps onto the class iPads or open up your computers to Sparky.org and let kids play while they learn how to stay safe. Curricular Connections: Math, Spelling, English, Science, Art. 7. …
Your Quick Guide to the Best Tablets for Teachers
(6 days ago) The screen is beautiful, it is crazy fast, and the apps are excellent. Since I store my files on iCloud, integration is seamless: Documents that I annotate appear on my computer within seconds after changing them. So, it is not a laptop replacement for me, but I used it almost as much as I …
10 Game-Changing Ways to Use an Interactive Classroom
(4 days ago) 7. Connect your iPad and use apps. Whether you’re teaching kids how to use a new app or want to play a familiar game with the whole class, either is possible when you have a projector. All you need is a digital AV adapter (they’re not that expensive and your tech department probably has a few on hand) to connect your iPad.
12 Supplies You’ll Want for Your Special Ed Classroom
(4 days ago) Moreno says iPads and the apps available for them really helped bridge the gap in parent/teacher/student communications. 1. Mounting System. It’s so important for students to be able to see what they’re doing clearly and to fully participate with the rest of the class. The iPad mounting system is one of the best tools available for students
Cool! This Subscription Offers Learning Apps, Books, and
(6 days ago) Amazon FreeTime Unlimited offers access to thousands of kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, games and premium kid’s skills, starting at just $2.99 per month. Learn more >>. Right now we’re all looking for ways to keep our kids entertained and engaged. With the school year wrapping up and summer plans uncertain, families
iPad Tips for Teachers: Advice from Real Teachers
(8 days ago) There are a lot of trendy apps. Too often, teachers start with making a list of apps they’ve heard about or like. I caution against this as it’s easy to take on too much. My suggestion: start with the built-in Apple apps. Learn to use Keynote or Pages. Then teach your students. Come back to the same app, but try different activities.
Best Virtual Lab Activities for the Classroom
(3 days ago) Here are some of our favorite virtual lab activities for the classroom. 1. Mystery Science. Mystery Science offers a wealth of virtual science labs, activities, and experiments for students in elementary school. From weather to astronomy, humans to animals, they’ve got you covered. 2.
25 Ways to Download Free eBooks For Readers of All Ages
(1 days ago) The apps are available through the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Kindle Fire platforms. Scribd.com. You’ll find thousands of the best books, audiobooks, and more on Scribd, which claim to be the world’s largest digital library. While you can sign up for a 30-day free trial, a monthly subscription will cost $9.99 after that introductory
21 Best Websites for Teaching Spanish
(6 days ago) Spanish Academy High School. Designed to be more rigorous than public high school curriculum. Students not only master Spanish grammar but also learn how to apply their knowledge through conversation with their instructors and in everyday life. This program satisfies the high school foreign language requirement for college admissions.
20 Fun Zoom Games for Kids
(7 days ago) Making the switch to online learning can be a big adjustment, but just like in-person school, it can’t be all work and no play! Here are 20 fun Zoom games for kids that you can use to take a break from the traditional curriculum and keep kids engaged.
35 Interactive Bulletin Boards That Will Engage Students
(8 days ago) 2. Host a morning brain boost. With this bulletin board students get to create questions to an answer you provide. Source: Teach Starter. 3. Invite students to brag a little. Create a simple, colorful grid that students can use to display their best work for all to see.
20 Ways I Use My Interactive Flat Panel to Save Time and
(7 days ago) 2. Save time taking attendance. Instead of calling the roll every day, let your students gain some independence by signing themselves into class using your IFP. They can drag and drop their names into the “present” column of a tablet, making it a fun morning routine for the kids and a …
29 Fun Recycling Activities for the Classroom
(1 days ago) Start with “ Life of a Plastic Bottle ” and “ Life of an Aluminum Can ,” two great videos on the Recycle Rally website. Videos are a good way to start the conversation about how recycling works, and they’ll help students see that their actions really do matter. 20. Designate a container for scrap paper.