15 Tech tools for teachers
1) Spelling city: vocabulary Spelling City provides spelling, vocabulary, writing and language arts activities for K-12 cross-curricular word study. The site was created to automate spelling tests, give students immediate feedback, and save teachers the time it takes to administer, grade and record the tests.
2) Zooburst: ZooBurst is a digital storytelling tool that lets anyone easily create his or her own 3D pop-up books.
3) Kidblog: Kidblog provides teachers with the tools to help students publish writing safely online. Students exercise digital citizenship within a secure classroom blogging space. Teachers can monitor all activity within their blogging community.
4) Twiducate: Twiducate is a great website that allows teachers to create personal micro social networks .You can create your account and administer students accounts in such an easy way that students will enjoy it just the way you do .
5) Easel.ly: Easel.ly is a simple web tool that empowers anyone to create and share powerful visuals (infographics, posters)… no design experience needed!
6) Class Dojo: with ClassDojo, teachers and parents help children learn important soft skills, such as grit, curiosity, and focus – for free! ClassDojo replaces classroom management tools and behavior trackers like gold-star charts, with positive feedback and parent communication.
7) Lino.it: lino is an online web sticky note service that can be used to post memos, to-do lists, ideas, and photos anywhere on an online web canvas. This can be use for personal or class management. Canvas can be shared if you want by sharing a link assigned to your canvas.
8) Wunderlist: whether you’re sharing a grocery list with a loved one, working on a project, or planning a vacation, Wunderlist makes it easy to share your lists and collaborate with everyone in your life.
9) Learn Zillion: thousands of practical and effective standards-aligned lesson plans and video lessons for grade 2-12 math and ELA – built by teachers for teachers.
10) Wigflip Automotivator: a motivational poster generator you can use for web posters or real poster prints. Use it to motive your students or to create funny posters!
11) Screencast-o-matic: is a handy tool for recording screenshots and sharing them with friends or colleagues for a number of different purposes. With just a few clicks, you can start recording your screen, and once you’re satisfied with your video, you can upload it directly from there.
12) PrintFriendly: make a print friendly & PDF version of any webpage. It helps you saves paper and ink when printing or creating a PDF. It’s fast, easy, and looks great when printed.
13) Instagrok: it is an interactive search engine for learners. It not only finds quality educational materials on any topic, but presents information in an engaging visual way, and helps students develop research and curation skills.
14) Story Bird: it is a collaborative learning site for younger children. Here, users create and publish illustrated, interactive, story-based lessons, or Story Birds. All you have to do is choose some art to inspire your story and start creating your own story!
15) Class Dojo: With ClassDojo, teachers and parents help children learn important soft skills, such as grit, curiosity, and focus – for free! ClassDojo replaces classroom management tools and behavior trackers like gold-star charts, with positive feedback and parent communication.