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Notability lets students choose the best tools to make their notes thorough and useful
This virtual map shows the routes of Paul Revere, William Dawes, and Dr. Samuel Prescott in their attempts to sound the alarm while also evading the British patrols.
Tomorrow is “Poem in Your Pocket” Day.
Great mobile app creation site has solid teacher resources
This document from the fabulous site, Writing Fix, gives just a brief explanation of the basic rules for writing haikus for your students to follow.
Use this simple site to practice sequencing and patterns.
Today's video provides an overview of the new and enhanced features in Blackboard Learn 9.1
Powerful images and videos capture kids' attention and make them want to learn more.
Download a Greening STEM toolkit that has lessons to use that are applicable to the theme.
Simple but powerful tool engages kids in independently following a schedule.
Tomorrow is National Drop Everything, and Read Day.
Use this site to check your readiness by making a disaster plan, building a kit to have available at a moment’s notice, and becoming aware of the many kinds of disasters.
Highly engaging, age-appropriate site with delightful games
Knowing parts of speech and how to manipulate them is important to any student writer.
Today is the 150th anniversary of the Senate’s passage of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which outlawed slavery throughout the United States.
Today's video training highlights the features and benefits of cloud-based computing in education.
Excellent coverage of Pre-K through Grade 12 math curriculum, with detailed reporting available for multiple users.
Dancing is a lot more fun if you are doing more than just wiggling.
This paper showcases three schools taking innovative approaches to professional development, including novel uses of classroom technology, to help teachers succeed at meeting these more challenging learning standards.