July 3, 2014
The American Association of School Librarian (AASL) has recently published its 2014 report of the best websites for teaching and learning. As you probably know, every year AASL releases a list of the best educational websites and applications that foster teaching and learning. The criteria AASL uses to select these websites include a set of qualities these websites should enhance. Among these qualities are " innovation creativity, active participation, and collaboration". Also, websites that make it into AASL annual list are free, web-based, user-friendly, and are geared towards encouraging a sense of exploration and discovery in learners. You can check the list of 2013 and 2012.
Here is a round-up of the best websites for learning and teaching of 2014. Check out the original post for more details on each of these tools.