Teaching Resources

Remind App – A communication tool that helps teachers reach students and parents where they are.

Chrome Apps – Create and edit web-based documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Store documents online and access them from any computer.

Learnist – A website and also a downloadable App that is building a community of people who can quickly and easily share knowledge on any topic, ranging from niche areas of academics to broad interests such as food, health, sports, and entertainment.

Go Noodle – It has several brain break activities, physical activities that can be done in the classroom, fun songs, popular YouTube videos for children, and it also allows for the teacher to link YouTube videos to the site.

Story Bots – Discover a world of educational and personalized books, videos, and games starring your child.

Brain Pop – Learn more and understand better with BrainPOP’s animated movies, games, playful assessments, and activities covering Science, Math, Social Studies, English Language Arts, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Music, Health, Reading, and Writing.

Brain Pop Jr. – Provides educational movies for K-3 students. Homework help, leveled quizzes, games, and activities for kids.

Kahoot – A free game-based learning platform that makes it fun to learn – any subject, in any language, on any device, for all ages!

Quia – Create your own educational games, quizzes, surveys, and web pages. Search millions of games and quizzes created by educators around the world.

Rubistar – A tool to help the teacher who wants to use rubrics, but does not have the time to develop them from scratch.

Assignment Bank – The site contains an array of readily made assignments; visual, design, audio, video, web, written, etc. There is also the option to create your own.

Effective Teaching – Harry K. Wong, the most sought-after speaker on teacher effectiveness, provides advice on academic instruction, management and teacher expectations.

1 thought on “Teaching Resources

  1. Hey Katie! Thanks for sharing the Effective Teaching website by Harry Wong. I really enjoyed the video we watched earlier in the semester and found it to be valuable information. I am excited to check out his other resources on this web page. 🙂

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