This page offers curated lists of different apps and website ideas to aid instruction and engage students.
Digital Citizenship Lessons-Help students take ownership of their digital lives. All students need digital citizenship skills to participate fully in their communities and make smart choices online and in life. See grade level lessons...
Common Sense Media: Special Education Apps-While some of these tools weren't designed specifically for kids with special needs or learning differences, they've been recommended by educators and experts who work with these populations. You'll find apps that address foundational skills, boost social and emotional skills, and help kids with autism follow a schedule.
Best Common Core Apps & Websites for teachers-Teaching the Common Core State Standards can be challenging: From lesson planning to instruction to assessment, there's a lot to learn and manage.
Math Tools aligned to Common Core Standards-This [high school] collection of Common Core-aligned tools covers these topics while incorporating gameplay and real-world math -- satisfying students' entertainment cravings and teachers' curricular requirements. Students' skills will be challenged as they modify simulations, watch engaging videos, interact with live coaches, and collaborate with their peers to solve authentic math problems.
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Social Studies Apps & Websites-From world geography to U.S. government, this collection of resources covers key social studies topics for all grades. There are compelling news sites and podcast apps for keeping up with current events, timeline creators for demonstrating historical knowledge, pen-pal sites to connect with and learn about people from other cultures, and treasure troves of historical documents and media
13 Timeless Project-Based Learning Resources-Project-based learning is becoming increasingly popular as teachers look for a way to make lessons stick in the minds of their students. According to Edutopia, studies have shown that students who use project-based learning remember the material much longer and have healthier attitudes toward education.