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ResourceURLTool TypeGrade LevelSubject AreaPlatformCostDescriptionAssessmentsContent DifferentiationProcess DifferentiationProduct Differentiation
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ZearnZearn.orgIndependent Math PracticeAll GradesMathWebsiteFreeEureka Math Online activities
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Michigan E-Librarywww.mel.orginformation/resourcesAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeTons of resources. Books, games, research info...Be sure to check out Kids InfoBits.
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Tween Tribunetweentribune.cominformation/resourcesAll GradesELAWebsiteFreeStudents can read the same article in four different lexile ranges and then take a quiz on that article. Articles are also available in Spanish.
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SchoologySchoology.comOnline ClassroomsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Mobizenmobizen.comCollaborationAll GradesAll SubjectsAll PlatformsFreeShows phone via Bluetooth
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North Carolina Math CCSSmaccss.ncdpi.wikispaces.netinformation/resourcesAll GradesMathWebsiteFreeLesson Plans CCSS
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Zoomhttps://www.zoom.usVideo ConferenecingAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeGreat way to meet from various locations with screen sharing. 1 to 1 meeting with many tools in the free version.Recorded video of conferences and presentations can be used by students to self-assess their understanding. This is similar to what coaches and athletes do with game film.Video conferencing brings students into contact with experts and students globally. The diverse perspective on content can help develop and deepen learning. Experts and peers from other cultures can be a powerful experience.Video conferencing have a recording option that enables students to video blog reflections about their understanding and perspective on topics. Helps identify what they understand well or need support. Additionally, experts and peers from other locations can provide feedback on the work in progress.Use the video conferencing tool to record presentations where students can use a variety of media tools to demonstrate their learning.
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Youtube Playlists
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfxm9kJmkgVqr48n_yznErZl_qjXEtRG7&spfreload=10
Independent & Shared LearningAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeThere are a variety of videos by educators and students that address many academic topics in diverese ways. Provide your learners with different approaches to communicating the content.Students can post replies on the videos that they watched, indicating what they understand, agree, and disagree with. They can create their own Playlist for the videos that best helped them understand the content, and share why and how. The playlist is shared with their peers, the teacher, and perhaps posted as a link in one of the other social media tools listed here. They can also storyboard their own video. The storyboard would need to demonstrate the core skills to be assessed.Students shoot their own video that demonstrates the targeted skills. They can also reflect on the playlist they make as to how it effectively addresses the content.
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Wikispaceshttps://www.wikispaces.com/WikisAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Thinglinkhttps://www.thinglink.com/Interactive Pages/PostersAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeAdditional link: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tackk/dlijffcapefjlbkkjikpfckjlmamneol?hl=en
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Survey Monkeyhttps://www.surveymonkey.comPolls & SurveysAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeDesign surveysCollect data ON students & used by students.
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Storm Boardhttps://www.stormboard.comCollaboration Virtual BoardsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Smore (Publisher)https://www.smore.com/interactive pages/postersAll GradesELAWebsiteFreeSimple tool that students can use to make brochures, newsletters...
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Plickershttps://www.plickers.com/Polls & SurveysAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeQuick easy way to check in with multiple choice questions or true false statements. Students only need one plicker cards printed by teacher. No tech for kids needed. Students can not see others answers.Students answer multiple choice/true false statements.
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Moovlyhttps://www.moovly.com/Presentation/Video ToolAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeDisplay content in a variety of ways so that learners see content and links in different perspectives. Provides opportunity to make real world connections on issues in dynamic ways.Students can use the video ability to capture 1-2 min video reflective journals about what they understand and struggle with in the current work. Great add on for student portfolios and student-led conferences.Empower student voice. Learners develop their own display of understanding in a fashion that matches their perspective. Include a variety of tools that tap into multiple resources.
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GoVotehttps://www.mentimeter.comPolls & SurveysAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Mentimeterhttps://www.mentimeter.comPolls & SurveysAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeCheck for student understanding before, during, and after a lesson. Allows for anonymous and named responses.
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Khan Academyhttps://www.khanacademy.orgIndependent & Shared LearningAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeCan track student progress based on the skill videos watched followed by the quizzes. Students work targets their readiness needs.Content is offered in a video mode. Look for explanations that use different approaches and/or different methods for solving the work.Have students journal or orally explain how they solved or attempted to solve the work.
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Google Classroom
https://www.google.com/edu/products/productivity-tools/classroom/
Online ClassroomsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Front Rowhttps://www.frontrowed.comIndependent & Shared LearningAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteSemi-FreeIndividual practice in both math and language arts. A teacher can assign up to 5 assignments per month for free.As students work on Math at their Readiness level, teachers receive data on student strengths & needs.Based on provided formative assessment, students work on skills based on their current readiness needs. Provides appropriate challenge for each learner.
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Formsitehttps://www.formsite.com/Polls & SurveysAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsite$$Similar to Google Forms or Survey Monkey.
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Engage NY Mathhttps://www.engageny.org/common-core-curriculumOnline resources - MathAll GradesMathWebsiteFreeAll the modules and lessons
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Edmodohttps://www.edmodo.comOnline Classrooms LMSAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeComplete Learning Management SystemOnline Classrooms offer assessment tools. Used for pre-assessments and formative assessments identifies where students need differentiation, and how it should look.Online classrooms provide formal tools and structures for sharing content. The various resources shared for differentiation is the same as with blogs and wikis.Online classrooms provide formal tools and structures for students to process their understanding. This is usually in the form of a discussion board. You may want to include other 3rd party tools that can be linked in the classroom--thus providing more flexibility.Online classrooms provide formal tools and structures for students to upload assignments. You may want to include other 3rd party tools that can be linked in the classroom--thus providing more flexibility and innovation by students on their product work.
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Diigohttps://www.diigo.comLinks for SharingAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeA place to organize resources. It is similar to pinterest.
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Desmoshttps://www.desmos.comGraphing CalculatorAll GradesMathWebsiteFreeThis is an excellent free calculator!Demonstrate various concepts through this visual of graphs.Students can enter data and instantly see the graph. This is a great way for learners to explore formulas in math and trouble shoot ideas from othoer content areas where a graph is required.
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CourseSites by Blackboardhttps://www.coursesites.comOnline Classrooms LMSMiddle/High SchoolAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeComplete Learning Management System
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Bloggerhttps://www.blogger.com/featuresBlogsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeCreate your own blog site.
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WordPresshttps://wordpress.com/BlogsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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MSTEP practice
https://wbte.drcedirect.com/MI/portals/mi/ott1
information/resourcesAll GradesMath & ELAWebsiteFree
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Wabbithttps://wabbit.codeplex.com/Graphing CalculatorAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeDemonstrate various concepts through this visual of graphs (Not as visually appealing as Desmos). Use this tool as a way to teach the functions of the Ti-84 without buying the actual calculator.This is a free downloadable app. Use it for students to work through problems and instantly see the graph.
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Twitterhttps://twitter.comSocial CollaborationAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeTeacher poses questions that students respond to. The answers are gaged for understanding. This formative assessment leads to targeting customized support for groups of students and individuals.Use links and images to share content that students can use and refer back to anywhere and at anytime. These links could be to the other tools on this list for follow-up.Students reply to posts with their understanding, including links of their own to other tools listed here as well as other references. They get feedback and perspective from the others who also are posting their responses.Students and teachers publish work using any tools that best supports students' readiness, interests, and/or learning profile. In many cases these socal collaboration tools are for publishing the products.
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Translationhttps://translate.google.com/translationAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeYou can tranlate words, phrases, or entire websites. It's not perfect, but it's better than nothing.
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Tagul Word Cloudshttps://tagul.com/presentation toolAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeMake word clouds in any shape, size, & color
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Tagboardhttps://tagboard.com/Social CollaborationAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Story Birdhttps://storybird.com/Curated ContentAll GradesELAWebsiteFreeSite where students can write and publish their own stories.
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Storifyhttps://storify.comCurated ContentAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeCompile content links to resources into categories that enable learners to make sense of information from different media perspectives. Each tool has its own unique approach to providing this.Students create their own resource list using these tools. Storify & paper.li offer contact info to the author/expert of the chosen content for follow-up questions and support.Students create their own resource or message guide using these tools to meet the needs of a targeted audience.
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Scribblarhttps://scribblar.com/Interactive Pages/PostersAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeCollaborative whiteboard for teachers and students to share ideas such as Math computations. Discuss and review work.Students generate their ideas and understandings of concepts and get feedback from each other and teachers in real time and virtually.Students complete work and then share with teachers, students, and experts for review and conversation.
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Scratchhttps://scratch.mit.edu/computer codingAll GradesComputer ProgrammingWebsiteFree
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Prezihttps://prezi.com/Presentation ToolAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeOnline PowerPoint on steroidsDisplay content in a variety of ways so that learners see content and links in different perspectives. Similar to PPT but the frames "pop out' when you click on themEmpower student voice. Learners develop their own display of understanding in a fashion that matches their perspective. Include a variety of tools that tap into multiple resources.
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Portfoliumhttps://portfolium.com/Student Work Displays & ePortfoliosAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Popplethttps://popplet.com/Mind MappingAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeStudents use this mindmapping tool to show what they understand and what needs exists as part of a pre-assessment tool.Use this mindmapping tool to create webbed outlines of content. Provide versions of notes with varying levels of completeness.Share copies as models of quality. Provide as a tool for students to craft their own and save copies.Students use this mindmapping tool to think through their understanding of content and ideas. Students share these maps to explain their thinking, what they know, and do not know. Students can map out their ideas for papers, presentations, and other forthcoming major assignments, thus ensuring clarity of organization of ideas.Students complete webbed outlines to present for milestone assessments, or checkpoints, as well as for final unit work. As milestones, this is a good formative assessment.
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Google+ Communitieshttps://plus.google.com/communitiesGoogle AppsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeStudent replies to posts made for Content & Process Differentiation are formative assessment data to assess for progress and support needs.Easy way to organize content via different modalities such as video, links, and podcasts for use by students. Posts can be crafted as activities for Centers or Menus.Similar to blogging, student reflections and journalling are opportunities to show understanding. Audio & video recordings and images are alternatives to writing.Studnet work can be linked or attached via these tools.
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Google+ https://plus.google.comSocial CollaborationAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeGreat for Professional Development or keeping up on topics.
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News ELAhttps://newsela.com/information/resourcesAll GradesELAWebsiteFreeStudents can read the same article in four different lexile ranges and then take a quiz on that article. Articles are also available in Spanish.
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Moodlehttps://moodle.orgOnline ClassroomsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Kaizenahttps://kaizena.comSocial CollaborationAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeThis tool is great for students to receive feedback on their work. The author gets formative feedback on their work. Those who give feedback can be assessed for their own understanding of content based on the accuracy of their comments.This tool is great for students to receive feedback on their work. The author gets formative feedback on their work. Those who give feedback can be assessed for their own understanding of content based on the accuracy of their comments.
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Google Groupshttps://groups.google.comGoogle Apps - Discussion BoardAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeShare info with colleagues
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Google Training
https://edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com/certification_level1
Professional DevelopmentAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsite$Receive online training and/or become certified at various levels.
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Drivehttps://drive.google.com/Google Apps- driveAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreefile storing and sharingShare rubrics and other assessments to students when that informaiton is needed.Manage and share content via folders. Include folders where students can submit work.As students work through the Writing Process (CC.WRI.5), they share a link to that work with peers and teachers for on-going feedback, monitoring, and targeted support where needed.
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Sheetshttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheetsGoogle AppsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Slideshttps://docs.google.com/presentationGoogle AppsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Docshttps://docs.google.comGoogle Apps- DocsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeSimilar to word but Chrome based.Provide links and other media resources for student access. Create centers, thinkdots, RAFTS, and other activities that differentiate based on Readiness, Interests, and Learning Profile.As students work through the Writing Process (CC.WRI.5), they share a link to that work with peers and teachers for on-going feedback, monitoring, and targeted support where needed.Students design products using these various office tools, which best fits the outcome and audience need.
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Kahoot (Interactive Quiz)https://create.kahoot.it/Polls & SurveysAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeYou create or use a ready-made quiz. Students can take the quiz and submit answers via tablet, phone, or computer.
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Techsmith Snagit
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/techsmith-snagit/fcnghgbgmemnlbckdipnmelbanpgneik?hl=en
Screen RecorderAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Screencastify
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/screencastify-screen-vide/mmeijimgabbpbgpdklnllpncmdofkcpn?hl=en
Screen RecorderAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeRecorded video of student work can be self-assessed for what their understanding. This is simialr to coaches and athletes watching game film.Screencapture software allows for teachers to create presentations, using diverse modalities to show and explain content..Students can record themselves explaining a process or reflecting on their understanding of the skills in context to the work.Studnets can create their own presentations that supports their understanding, an dmeet the needs of their target audience.
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Seesawhttps://app.seesaw.me/digital portfolioAll GradesAll SubjectsAll PlatformsFreeThis is an easy to use digital portfolio that can be shared with parents and other teachers.
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Zoomeranghttp://www.zoomerang.com/Polls & SurveysAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Weeblyhttp://www.weebly.com/BlogsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeProvide embeded videos, podcasts, and support links for access to different content delivery and for student-directed research. Create centers via different pages based on learner readiness and/or interests.Students journal or post comments in reply to posts links and other content (see "Content Differentiation"). Use revision & reflection activities between students, with support by teacher and experts.Publish student work. Create student portfolios with reflections. Craft digital-based products.
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Typing Webhttp://www.typingweb.com/typingAll GradesTypingWebsiteFreetyping program
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Thesaurushttp://www.thesaurus.cominformation/resourcesAll GradesELAWebsiteFreeSynonyms and Antonyms
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Jinghttp://www.techsmith.com/jing.htmlScreen RecorderAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Spelling Cityhttp://www.spellingcity.com/spellingAll GradesELAWebsiteSemi-FreeThis is a great way for students to practice their spelling words. You can input words and then students can study, print flashcards, play games and take quizes on the words.
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Spark Noteshttp://www.sparknotes.com/information/resourcesAll GradesELAWebsiteFreeOnline Spark Notes....Get them and then use Google translate to translate them.
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Skypehttp://www.skype.com/Video ConferenecingAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Riddlehttp://www.riddle.com/Polls & SurveysAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeCollect data ON students & used by students. Use Social Media to access a wider audience.Post articles for learners to digest and share their understanding based on question prompts and surveys.Student generated surveys helps them check for their understanding of content. Peer review of surveys before using can lead to revision opportunities.
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readinga-zhttp://www.readinga-z.com/members/index.phpinformation/resourcesAll GradesELAWebsite$$Yes, this one costs money, but all the books and resources are worth it.
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Powtoonhttp://www.powtoon.com/Presentation ToolAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeDisplay content in a variety of ways so that learners see content and links in different perspectives.Empower student voice. Learners develop their own display of understanding in a fashion that matches their perspective. Include a variety of tools that tap into multiple resources.
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Poll Everywherehttp://www.polleverywhere.comPolls & SurveysAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Pinteresthttp://www.pinterest.com/Curated ContentAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeWay to organize resources
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PBWorkshttp://www.pbworks.com/WikisAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeCan be used for the same purposes as blogs, while providing the customization to operate in similar fashion as online Classrooms.Can be used for the same purposes as blogs, while providing the customization to operate in similar fashion as online Classrooms.Can be used for the same purposes as blogs, while providing the customization to operate in similar fashion as online Classrooms.
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OPResumehttp://www.opresume.com/Student Work Displays & ePortfoliosAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Nearpodhttp://www.nearpod.comPresenter DisplayAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeYou create or use a ready-made lesson and quiz. Students can take the quiz and submit answers via tablet, phone, or computer.At its core, Nearpod gives students access to the presentation on their individual screen. It is a potential Virtual Centers tool, where the teacher creates the set of station tasks for 2 or more groups. Each group gets a unique access code. Students receive the tasks that are matched their needs. This can be delivery of information, make sense of content (Process), or work through their understanding (Product). Another product option is to have students create their own presentations and share them with teachers and audiences beyond the classroom.
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Livebinderhttp://www.livebinders.com/Student Work Displays & ePortfolios, also see Currated ContentAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeStudents take part in the assessment of the work, along side peers, the teacher, and other stakeholders. The key is that the learning outcomes are clearly defined and that the student has flexibility for how they want to construct their portfolio of work.Reflections on products and their thought process behind the work that's included helps students and their teachers to identify strengths and areas for support.Students publish their work in a format and purpose that best suits their needs and that of their targeted audience.
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IXLhttp://www.ixl.com/information/resourcesAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeOnline Lang. Arts and Math practice. CCSS
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Inside Mathematicshttp://www.insidemathematics.org/problems-of-the-month/download-problems-of-the-monthinformation/resourcesAll GradesMathWebsiteFreeProblem of the Month - CCSS aligned
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Go Soapboxhttp://www.gosoapbox.com/Polls & SurveysAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeAsk, answer and discuss online while delivering content.Check for student understanding before, during, and after a lesson. Allows for anonymous and named responses.Provide the data to students to analyze and deepen their understanding.
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Formshttp://www.google.com/forms/about/Polls & SurveysAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeCreate surveys or quizes and then have all the information go directly into a Google Sheet. You can also create a key and have the computer grade student responses.Create assessments for academic and learning styles. As a result of their score or certain questions answered, the "Completion" page could show link options for students to follow based on their performance.Using the idea shared under assessments, links to different content would be listed for students to choose their learning direction.
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Google Hangout
http://www.google.com/+/learnmore/hangouts/
Video ConferenecingAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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EMazehttp://www.emaze.com/get-inspired/Presentation ToolAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsite$$Similar to power point or Prezi.Display content in a variety of ways so that learners see content and links in different perspectives.Empower student voice. Learners develop their own display of understanding in a fashion that matches their perspective. Include a variety of tools that tap into multiple resources.
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Edyncohttp://www.edynco.com/Mind MappingAll GradesAll SubjectsAll PlatformsFreeCreate Learning maps that are accessible to students on various platforms.Students use this mindmapping tool to show what they understand and what needs exists as part of a pre-assessment tool.Use this mindmapping tool to create webbed outlines of content. Provide versions of notes with varying levels of completeness.Share copies as models of quality. Provide as a tool for students to craft their own and save copies.Students use this mindmapping tool to think through their understanding of content and ideas. Students share these maps to explain their thinking, what they know, and do not know. Students can map out their ideas for papers, presentations, and other forthcoming major assignments, thus ensuring clarity of organization of ideas.Students complete webbed outlines to present for milestone assessments, or checkpoints, as well as for final unit work. As milestones, this is a good formative assessment.
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DoYouBuzzhttp://www.doyoubuzz.com/us/Student Work Displays & ePortfoliosAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeresume builder with portfolio and search engine optimization
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Dipityhttp://www.dipity.com/Timeline MakerAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeGreat timeline maker for history classes or ELA.Used to show a visual understanding of periods of history or perspective.Provide students with a varied view of information, as organized visually and via categories.Have students use as one option to map and show their understanding of a period. Could be part of a presentation.
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Free Common Core Worksheets
http://www.commoncoresheets.com/Worksheets and projectablesAll GradesMathWebsiteFreeSearch for and print out worksheets. Make your own worksheets.
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Center for Applied Linguisticshttp://www.cal.org/siop/SIOPAll GradesSIOPWebsiteFreeSIOP info and resources
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ABCyahttp://www.abcya.com/educational gamesLower ElementaryAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeGood site for young students. Educational games...
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Todays meet (meeting interaction)
http://todaysmeet.comsocial collaborationAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeHave an online discussion while a meeting is in progress. This is a great platform to use with large groups so that they will be able to ask questions and participate more easily.
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Site Builderhttp://sites.google.com/Google AppsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Pearsonhttp://siop.pearson.com/information/resourcesAll GradesSIOPWebsiteFreeSIOP info and resources
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Read Theoryhttp://readtheory.orgIndependent & Shared LearningAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeProvides assessments for reading comprehension. Helps to identify reading levels using a testing format similar to standardized testing.Might be a useful tool where teachers assign assessment practice based on the learner's current reading level. At this time, this approach may be best as supplimentary support.
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Quizlethttp://quizlet.com/vocabularyAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreequizes vocab. - flashcards and games - Use ready made flashcards or make your own.
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Piktocharthttp://piktochart.com/Interactive Pages/PostersAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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PBS Kidshttp://pbskids.org/educational gamesLower ElementaryOtherWebsiteFreeGood site for young students. Educational games...
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Pathbritehttp://pathbrite.com/educators/Student Work Displays & ePortfoliosAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Paper Lihttp://paper.liCurated Content, also see Interactive Pages/PostersAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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Padlethttp://padlet.com/Collaboration Virtual BoardsAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeStudents share ideas and relevant content with each other for use in their ongoing work.Share links to completed products for publication.
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Oakland Common Corehttp://oaklandk12-public.rubiconatlas.org/Atlas/Public/View/Defaultinformation/resourcesAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeLesson Plans & Units CCSS
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List.lyhttp://list.lyLinks for SharingAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFreeSimilar to the Curated Content tools, these are online bookmarks that can be categorized and shared with students, based on their differentiated needs.Similar to the Curated Content tools, students create their own list of links that support their work. They share the list with peers and teachers depending on the need.
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Kids National Geographichttp://kids.nationalgeographic.com/information/resourcesAll GradesScienceWebsiteFreeMany kid-friendly resources, great videos and articles (especially relating to animals)
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Instagramhttp://instagram.com/Social CollaborationAll GradesAll SubjectsWebsiteFree
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