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Through videos, diagrams, and colloquial explanations, the site explains the logic behind mathematical equations and concepts, such as imaginary numbers or Bayes' theorem.
Desmos is an incredibly fast online calculator that can graph any imaginable function. It also allows users to add sliders, do regressions, and plot whole data tables, among other things.
Duolingo is a language-learning app and website that features comprehensive guides for nine of the most commonly taught languages in the U.S., including Spanish, French, and German.
Edmodo is a controlled social media platform for teachers, students, and parents. It allows teachers to assign and grade homework on their mobile devices, students to connect with educators and classmates, and parents to stay up-to-date on what their kids are doing at school.
Fuel Up to Play 60
Set your students up for success with Fuel Up to Play 60. The wellness activities that are part of this program are based on best practices and encourage students to take a leadership role. Fuel Up to Play 60 is for every student, and there are ways for them to get involved in their own wellness — online and offline — every day of the year. Be a catalyst for healthy change — get students in the game!
Google Knowledge Graph is an enhanced way of using the standard search bar. In essence, Google Knowledge Graph consists of those short, accurate answers you see when you ask a question in Google search. Rather than dig through websites to find the distance to the moon in miles (for instance), Google Knowledge Graph quickly answers your query and suggests resources for further investigation.
GoNoodle gets over 10 million kids moving to be their strongest, bravest, silliest, smartest, bestest selves
instaGrok is a search engine that generates a web of related videos, images, articles, and terms based on a student’s query. Students can also use instaGrok to evaluate sources and to quiz themselves on specific topics.
Kahoot! is a user-friendly tool for designing in-class questionnaires and quizzes. A user designs a quiz, survey, or questionnaire to test the knowledge of his or her audience. Audience members can answer questions using a variety of devices. The quizzes and questionnaires, referred to as "Kahoots," are designed to promote a game-like atmosphere in the learning environment.
A series of videos that emphasizes self-paced, interactive learning with a large number of online lessons across a variety of subjects.
LightSail is an educational reading app. It combines a large library of 80,000 books with in-text assessments and quizzes. When students read a book via LightSail, the software actively quizzes them on the book's content. These quizzes put a lot of data at the fingertips of teachers, principals, and other educators, who can see trends in reading performance for each student, class, school, or district.
Newsela — a combination of the word “news” and the acronym “ELA” — helps students develop critical reading skills that are aligned with the Common Core. The online reading program uses relevant news topics and articles to test students in five different reading levels. Quizzes help students work through the material they are reading. Teachers can view students’ activity to help them keep track of progress and areas of weakness.
PatrickJMT gives students access to a wide variety of free online video tutorials in math.
Prezi allows you to make cool interactive presentations and collaborate on projects in real time. Prezi has moved away from the traditional notion of slides and gives users new data-presentation methods that are not only visually appealing, but also conducive to audience engagement.
Quizlet allows users to create study tools, such quizzes, flashcards, and games — which can then be accessed on computers or mobile devices. It also allows teachers to create study resources and share them with an entire class.
ReadWorks provides research-based units, lessons, and authentic, leveled non-fiction and literary passages directly to educators online, for free, to be shared broadly.
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