This page is designed to share technology tools and to set up a place where staff can have discussions on different technology tools/concerns.
The American Association of School Librarians puts out a top 25 websites for education and learning list every year
PhET - This site has great simulations that could be used in the classroom
Curriculum Sites for Educators
Study Stack - This is a great site for getting flash cards and other resources for many subjects.
ABC Teach - Includes over 5000 free printable activities including flashcards, worksheets, some activities are for members only.
Puzzlemaker - Allows you to create different types of puzzles from Discovery School.
RubiStar - RubiStar is a free creating tool to help a teacher make quality rubrics.
EdWordle - Easy to use word cloud generator - fun!
Glogster - This site is great for a class that will be doing class presentations.
Prezi – this is a new way to do a presentation – this is a little trickier to use but a cool way to liven up a powerpoint
Viziwords – this is an online graphical dictionary – see words in a whole new way!
Unsplash - one of many photo websites
Spelling City – the students can put in their spelling words and can practice seeing and hearing them and from there, make games using the specific words.
Screencastomatic - pretty easy to use - will need a microphone for your computer.
Blogs and Wikis
Blogger - Google's free blog tool. Students register with an e-mail address and then get their own URL for blogging
Animoto - Automatically converts a series of images to a music video
Sites that are set up for using technology in an educational setting - there is a ton of information on these sites.
GCF Learn Free - this is a site for training on various computer, reading and math subjects.
Sheppard Software - This site has some good games at many different levels.
Science NetLinks - Links for all science areas