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Are You using These 5 Popular Educational Web Tools ?

As 2013 draws to a close, here are some of the most popular web-based educational tools that have risen quickly in popularity this past year. You may have heard of some of these. If not, take a look and see if they are relevant to you and your students.

Edtech Pro Tip: For your New Year's resolution, pick just one edtech tool and commit to integrating it into your curriculum for January and February. Why just one? Because any more would be overwhelming. Why January and February? Because it can take a couple of months to become truly proficient in a new tool. Good luck!

Quizlet  :

A favorite among students and teachers, this flashcard site has since expanded to include quizzes, exercises, and other study aids.

 Dealing with behavioral management issues in your classroom? How about a fun incentive system to encourage positive behaviors?

Search for educational content across the web and filter it by degree of difficulty. Great for finding materials for your lesson plans.

Padlet :

 Start with a blank online canvas and put anything you want on it - text, images, or video. Create an online poster or interactive visual aid.


Want to jazz up your lesson plan? Put together an interactive lesson by dragging & dropping text, images, videos, and quizzes.

Looking for a tool to manage an individual education program (IEP)? This collaborative, full-featured system includes everything you'll need.

Want more? Check out these collections of apps created by members like you.

Teacher-Created Tools :
Curious about edtech tools made by fellow educators? Here is a collection I put together. Please let me know if I'm missing anything!
 How about an edtech tool created by Teach For America alumni? Here is a collection curated by TFA.
Enjoy these great tools for educators!

By : Mike Lee, Co-founder of edshelf
 

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