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Updated by samantha-calandra on Dec 05, 2019
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Top Ten Tools for Teaching

These tools are the technology I would be using in my future classroom as an elementary school teacher.

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Kahoot

Kahoot

Kahoot is almost like a game the can be played to test yourself or others on knowledge they are trying to learn. The creator of the game can make questions, set time limits and choose the pictures and the different music. The players link to the game with a code number on their own devices.

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classdojo

classdojo

classdojo is a online way of keeping up a classroom, you can communicate with parents and students, you can track behavior and class progress. You can directly talk to parents, kids can communicate to their parents about their school work through this.

3

Nearpod

Nearpod

Nearpod is a online website or app where the teachers can control the students devices. The teacher can make quizzes and put questions and videos in the presentation. you can make lesson plans and share them with people.

4

Brainpop

Brainpop

brain pop is a website that has tons of videos about all different subjects and quizzes that help keep the kids engaged and help them learn easier. they have brain pop jr. also for littler kids that can cater to their needs better.

5

Classroom VR

Classroom VR

Classroom VR is virtual reality made for the classroom. It uses special goggles that allows the students to see in different ways. It can save money spent on field trips, show the students a world they may never have the opportunity to see and other fun things. It helps with learning because the students can see the lesson in a different way and help them understand it better.

6

Flipgrid

Flipgrid

flipgrid is an online or app website where students or teachers can make videos about whatever they are learning at the time. they can record themselves and talk with other students through this app or website. they can post their videos to their teachers and the teachers can then approve and upload the videos for the students to see.

7

Khan Academy

Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a website that is basically an online tutoring system. It provides students with different subjects to study and it gives them videos, work sheets, practice problems, etc. They have an online SAT and ACT practice test that can help students prepare for those large tests. It is also completely free.

8

Youtube

Youtube

Youtube is an online website that people can make and upload their own videos to. There is a wide variety on it, it can provide the students with extra help at home if they have questions or it can be used in the classroom as a fun learning day.

9

Kidblog

Kidblog

Kidblog is a website that allows the student to instead of the traditional methods of writing notes down or writing after a lesson they can create their own blog about it and use images and their own methods. They can even make their own videos and add it to their blog and everything is private unless the teacher decides to make it public.

10

Canva

Canva

canva is a website or app that can be used to make posters or flyers. The students can do this to make projects and the website and app comes pre-loaded with images, and templates for the student to use.