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Updated by Becki Minton on Jan 30, 2016
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TOOLS-Teaching Math Using Technology

This blog has a little bit of everything. There are links to activities, lesson plans, games, and the NLVM (National Library of Virtual Manipulatives).

TOOLS-14 Virtual Tools for the Math Classroom

This is a great site that links to a list of apps that would replace the manipulatives that we use to use-like protractors, geoboards, etc.

LESSONS-Website at

This is a great site that has a lot of puzzles and real-world problems available. Most have a little bit of history and/or mathematics background to make connections to content easier.

TOOLS-The Top 10 Ed-Tech Tools Suggested by Teacher Experts

I chose to add this to my list because there are classroom management systems listed here. Some of them I have heard mentioned and others are brand new!

LESSONS-Technology Lesson Plans | Digital textbooks and standards-aligned educational resources

There are STEM lessons here for high school teachers, virtual field trips, and tips for changing assessment to match changing technology. Middle school and elementary teachers will find lots of lessons here too.

LESSONS-Internet and Technology Lesson Plans

This is a great site that includes lessons for increasing kids' digital literacy and citizenship. There are also links for teachers (including a great tutorial on webquests).

TECH NEWS & TRENDS-7 Hi-Tech Education Trends to Watch for in 2016

This is an interesting collection of trends focusing on mobility of learning. There is also a link to a discussion about the trend of gamification.

TECH NEWS & TRENDS-30 Trends In Education Technology For 2015

I saved this list for future reference. This is a great list to refer back to for research purposes. This site could easily spawn its own list. I also think it's interesting that it listed all of the things trending down.

TECH NEWS & TRENDS-2015's Ed Tech Trends in Review

This is a great site reviewing the tools of last year. There are links for collaboration with 1:1 and delivery methods that I found very helpful.