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CPCS Teaching Tools

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CPCS

Teaching Tools

Subject Area Key

Math

Reading/ELA

General/All Areas

Classroom Management/Assessment

Foreign Language

Geography/Social Studies

1. Google Classroom

2. Learn2Earn Whooo's Reading

The biggest barrier to creating content is time, and the lack of it.

4. Twitter

5. Google Docs

6. Castle Learning

Thankfully, sharing insightful commentary quickly and efficiently is where social media comes into its own.

Top 200 also lag way behind in using this medium, having fewer than 360,000 Twitter followers between them.

With all evidence suggesting that firms that regularly share thought provoking insight and knowledge on social media...

Generate a greater amount of leads -  it could be said they are missing a trick.

Our list with tips and experts

TWITTER

3. NewsELA

7. Padlet

8. Zearn

9. Kahoot

Jen, Eniko, Megan L, Kylie, Donna, Kali, Danielle

Beth, Jenna, Kath

Nancy, Kali, Kath

Megan L, Melinda, Melissa

Eniko,Kylie, Nancy, Kath, Diane

Becky, Donna, Diane

Jen, Melinda, Kali

Beth, Jenna, Kath, Gayle

Jenna, Kylie

10. Class Dojo

Samantha

11. YouTube

Jen, Gayle

12. GoNoodle

Samantha

13. PicMonkey

Melinda

14. ReadWorks

Nancy

15. BrainHoney

Beth, Gayle

16. Pinterest

Megan L

Beth, Jenna

Kali, Jenna

17. SumDog

18. Socrative

19. Quizlet

20. Google Forms

22. Google Contacts

25. Reading A-Z

29. Smart Notebook

30. TenMarks

26. Too Noisy

27. TeachersPayTeachers

23. Conjuguemos

24. TeachingBooks. net

21. Ted Talks

28. EdPuzzle

31. Prodigy

32. Edutyping

33. MobiView

43. Geoguesser

41. Classzone

35. BrainPop/Jr

42. Splash Math

40. Language Perfect

38. Quizizz

37. Grammaropolis

34. TI Smartview

39. Languages Online

36. Search for Success

44. Moviemaker

45. Stopwatch

46. Snap/LRC/BOCES

Megan L

Jen

Becky

Kylie

Kylie

Melinda

Samantha

Samantha

Samantha

Eniko

Eniko

Eniko

Jenna

Jenna

Jenna

Donna

Donna

Gayle

Gayle

Kali

Danielle

Danielle

Danielle

Danielle

Beth

Kath

Megan L

Melinda

47. Piktochart

Melinda

48. Google Tone

DigiTechs

HERE'S HOW ~ TIPS and HELP

CREATE A LESSON

HAVE A COLLEAGUE GIVE AN OPINION

MAKE IT EASY

KEEP IT SIMPLE

Think about what you want to teach. Choose a lesson that lends itself to the tool you want to try. Or, after you have a lesson, look over the list of tools and pick one. Talk to the "expert".

Trying out a new tool - ask a colleague look at what you want to do and offer some opinions.

When working with something new with your students, keep your first attempt something easy so kids are learning the tool without too much content.

Work with one or two tools for a while. When you feel comfortable with one, move on and try another.

Tech tools can help engage your students, add zip to your lessons, allow for collaboration, and/or provide variety to the way  information is shared, accessed, and/or presented.  BUT, remember tools are just tools.

CONCLUSION

Need or want an extra set of hands and eyes or a variety of resources, come to the library!!

Melinda Miller / [email protected]