#literacy

Tools to help students read and write. (Including media, electronic text, in addition to alphabetic and number systems)

I have been promoting ReadWriteThink for several years now and they have yet to let me down. ReadWriteThink is a great website that offers both interactive and print resources for literacy. They offer lesson plans, student interactives, apps and printouts for grade levels K-12. The best part about it...IT'S FREE - Everyone love something for FREE! (Especially teachers!)

Click here to visit ReadWriteThink.

Video Tutorials for ReadWriteThink.

#AppyHour

Showcasing brilliant apps on iOS to use in the classroom.

I was up late last night (watching my Cardinals beat the Dodgers) and I was on Twitter and someone posted the infographic below. I really loved how the image gives you options - Online or App. I think this would be great poster to hang up in a classroom to give students ideas on how to share their work.  Click on the image to download the PDF version of the file.

#CheckItOut

Ed Tech articles that I think you might enjoy.

Are College Students Really Obsessed With Technology?

This weeks reading is....well...a little less reading and a lot more images. But certainly thought-provoking.

Created By:

Nick Purdue
Twitter: @myedtech
Website: myedtech.net