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Teachally - EZ Reward, LLC

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K to 12
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Teachally uses artificial intelligence (AI) to create personalized, standards-aligned lesson plans that include enrichment activities and ideas for differentiated learning instruction....more
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Teachally uses artificial intelligence (AI) to create personalized, standards-aligned lesson plans that include enrichment activities and ideas for differentiated learning instruction. Free plans allow teachers to add up to fifty students, including twenty-five AI credits monthly and unlimited lesson plans, rewards, and messages. After creating an account, use the links on your dashboard to add a class, plan and teach, communicate, find templates, and more. Next, use the create lesson option to generate a lesson based on your objectives and standards. Options are available to upload resources and import standards. After developing lessons, use the edit options to adjust the lesson and activities as desired. Return to your lessons to find additional AI generation tools that create images, questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy, choice boards, exit tickets, and more. Teachally has many built-in video tutorials that guide members through the options offered. Always check your results for accuracy when using AI-generation tools.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), differentiation (83), Teacher Utilities (143)

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Teachally is a handy tool to use for many different purposes. Use Teachally to find ideas for choice boards, generate questions, and create exit tickets for any lesson. Quickly create a presentation from a lesson using the enrichment tools for flipped or blended learning lessons, and then share the activity on your class website or LMS. Use Teachally's trivia game creator as a quick, engaging formative assessment activity. Many enrichment activities, such as the presentations and trivia game creators, use Google Slides; after saving these slides, edit and change questions and information as needed. Use Teachally's message center to invite parents to the platform, then share updates and bulletins that inform parents about current classroom activities.

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Virtual Readability Lab - Shaun Wallace

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What font do you read fastest in? Take the test provided by the Virtual Readability Lab to test the best font for you. Begin by starting the test to view ...more
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What font do you read fastest in? Take the test provided by the Virtual Readability Lab to test the best font for you. Begin by starting the test to view the directions. The test shares several short reading passages along with comprehension questions at the end of each passage and takes approximately five minutes to complete. When finished, users receive a report that includes the number of words read per minute, the correct percentage of questions answered, and the font that best matches the users' reading style. The authors of the Virtual Readability Lab recommend participants complete the test on a computer, not a phone, to achieve the best results.

tag(s): digital reading (15), reading comprehension (142), reading strategies (96)

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According to studies, reading in a font that best matches your reading style can increase reading speed without affecting comprehension and lead to better focus. Knowing your readers' fastest font allows educators to support student learning by adjusting fonts when creating worksheets, sharing websites, or providing articles. Use the information learned to adjust font settings in computer browsers. Go to settings, appearance, and fonts in Chrome or Edge to change all websites' font families, sizes, and weights. Include this site in activities encouraging students to participate in active learning and reflective experiences. After completing the test, ask students to write a summary of their results that includes action steps based on the information received. This activity might make an excellent addition to your students' academic portfolios. Create their portfolios in Seesaw, reviewed here or about.me, reviewed here.

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MyLens - DataMotto

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MyLens is a beneficial and easy-to-use timeline generator tool. Using artificial intelligence (AI), MyLens creates a timeline using your prompt. Add your prompt to the chat bar using...more
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MyLens is a beneficial and easy-to-use timeline generator tool. Using artificial intelligence (AI), MyLens creates a timeline using your prompt. Add your prompt to the chat bar using as many details as possible, then click to make your timeline. Share your timeline using the share link to copy the URL or download it as a zip file that includes a PNG image of your timeline. Follow the link to the Daily Timelines to view examples shared by MyLens on Instagram. MyLens supports multiple languages, making it available for use for multilingual learners.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), multilingual (62), timelines (47)

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Take advantage of this timeline creator to create and share timelines in advance and on the fly that engage students for many classroom uses and content; registration isn't required. For example, create a timeline of events in a novel or historical event, use a timeline to show steps in a progression of events such as turning a bill into law, or create a timeline that shows historic events in your hometown. Ask students to create a timeline using this generator and include a link or the image in a multimedia presentation created with Genially, reviewed here or Canva Edu, reviewed here.

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Google Lens - Google

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Have you ever seen a picture and wanted to know where it was taken or what the object was in the image? Google Lens does this and much more. Use ...more
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Have you ever seen a picture and wanted to know where it was taken or what the object was in the image? Google Lens does this and much more. Use Google Lens to identify objects, translate text, find information, and guide you toward action based on the image's content. Click the image icon (small square) in Google's search bar on your computer or app to drag an image, upload a file, or paste an image link to begin. Search the highlighted area on the image to find places, shop for items, extract text, or translate text. Scan a flyer and add a date to your calendar, find visually similar items, or scan a business card to automatically convert the image into a digital contact and add the information to your phone's address book.

tag(s): DAT device agnostic tool (142), images (268), multilingual (62)

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Include Google Lens in your teacher toolbox for many uses by you and your students. Use this tool to identify plants and leaves near your school during science lessons, quickly translate information for multilingual learners using images, or identify unknown places or items in pictures. Google Lens suggests similar images; use this information to expand and find pictures to include with student projects. Ask older students to search for news articles from different countries and then translate the information to compare with articles from their local news organizations. Use Lens for scavenger hunts or quizzes, where students must identify objects or translate text in real-time, promoting engagement and making learning more interactive. Add images for your scavenger hunts to Quizziz, reviewed here or create an interactive hunt with GooseChase Edu, reviewed here.

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SchoolAI - SchoolAI, Inc.

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SchoolAI provides a suite of artificial intelligence (AI)- based tools and resources for K-12 classrooms. In addition, AI features provide feedback and allow educators to moderate and...more
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SchoolAI provides a suite of artificial intelligence (AI)- based tools and resources for K-12 classrooms. In addition, AI features provide feedback and allow educators to moderate and manage student use of resources such as the Sidekick assistant. SchoolAI offers many easy-to-create student activities, such as the Historic Figure Chatbot, Book Explorer, Choose Your Own Adventure, and chat-based Tutoring Sessions for any subject. Use the discover feature to choose an activity, then provide the requested information. Most activities include an option to view a preview or try the activity out before being added to Spaces. After adding an activity to your Spaces, it is shared with students using the URL or QR code provided.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), chat (39), churchill (7), darwin (12), Formative Assessment (68), leonardo davinci (3), lincoln (58), martin luther king (43), newton (19), shakespeare (94), Special Needs (52), Teacher Utilities (143), washington (24)

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Use SchoolAI to create and share engaging activities with all students and for all subjects. For example, differentiate text easily to fit the abilities of all students, generate a list of engaging activities for any topic, or quickly create a worksheet or multiple choice quiz as a formative assessment. As students engage in chats with historical figures or choose your own adventure activities, ask them to use the information learned as a starting point for additional research. Use Symbaloo, reviewed here or another curation tool to collect and share additional resources with students, such as videos, online articles, and book suggestions. As a final extended learning activity, ask students to share their learning using Sway, reviewed here, Genially, reviewed here, or Adobe Creative Cloud Express, reviewed here to create multimedia presentations. This tool would also be great to share with gifted students. As always, use best practices when sharing AI tools with students.

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Eduaide - Eduaide.Ai. LLC

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Eduaide uses generative AI (artificial intelligence) to generate, refine, and personalize instructional materials. Follow each step to select a subject and grade, choose the resource...more
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Eduaide uses generative AI (artificial intelligence) to generate, refine, and personalize instructional materials. Follow each step to select a subject and grade, choose the resource type, and add topics or standards for the activity. Eduaide provides a broad range of resource options, including unit plans, engagement activities, assessments, and more. Also offered is a teaching assistant that generates ideas for report card comments, class announcements, and more. Eduaide's Assessment Builder creates assessments based on your objectives or standards and offers a variety of choices to include in the evaluation. When complete, add the assessment to your workspace and copy it to a Google Doc or Word document. Sign up for a free account with your Google account or email.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), Formative Assessment (68), rubrics (32), Teacher Utilities (143)

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Use Eduaide as a resource to quickly generate ideas for planning and preparing activities for any subject or standard and to differentiate activities to fit the needs of any student. After generating activities, use the provided tags to find project-based learning and scaffolding activities. Other options allow you to create questions for games like Jeopardy and Bingo instantly.

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Bing Image Creator - Bing

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Bing Image Creator uses artificial intelligence (AI) to produce images from your text. If you don't have a Microsoft account, you will be prompted to create one. Add your text ...more
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Bing Image Creator uses artificial intelligence (AI) to produce images from your text. If you don't have a Microsoft account, you will be prompted to create one. Add your text to the chat box using as much descriptive language as possible. After selecting enter, Bing produces four images to match your request. Select any image, edit your prompt, or regenerate based on the original text to view more options. After selecting an image, download it to your device, save it to Bing, or use the option to customize the image in Microsoft Design Studio.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), images (268), Microsoft (84)

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AI-generated images are an excellent tool for use with many classroom purposes. The image creator supports over 100 languages, so it is accessible for use by almost all students. Teach students how to write descriptive sentences by creating AI-generated images; students quickly learn how to add specific details to create a desired output. Use Bing Image Creator to engage students in creative writing projects by generating images based on anything their imaginations share. Include AI-generated images in your classroom newsletter, website, or worksheets as an easy resource for adding pictures without spending much time searching for the right photograph. Share this site with students to include images in multimedia projects, such as those created using Sway, reviewed here or Google Sites, reviewed here. When using any AI resource, be sure to provide guidance on using AI tools ethically, creatively, and responsibly

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Twitter Chat: Teacher's Toolbox for the Science of Reading - TeachersFirst

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This archived Twitter chat is from December 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat: Teacher's Toolbox for the Science of Reading. During this chat, participants: 1. ...more
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This archived Twitter chat is from December 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat: Teacher's Toolbox for the Science of Reading. During this chat, participants: 1. Defined and discussed the concept of the science of reading and its importance in literacy instruction, 2. Examined the connection between the science of reading and digital literacy and explored ways to effectively integrate technology; and 3. Shared resources, tools, and instructional materials that align with the principles of the science of reading.

tag(s): digital reading (15), independent reading (84), reading strategies (96), science of reading (31), twitterchatarchive (171)

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Find resources and information about tech tools to support the science of reading. Share this chat with your colleagues looking for strategies and resources for using tech tools to support the science of reading.

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Free Online AI Image Generator - Canva

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Generate any image you can describe with text using the online image generator from Canva, reviewed here. Canva employs three tools (apps) to generate...more
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Generate any image you can describe with text using the online image generator from Canva, reviewed here. Canva employs three tools (apps) to generate images - Magic Media, Dall-E by Open AI, and Imagen by Google Cloud. Begin by selecting the link to generate images, then select the tool of your choice. Magic Media is built into Canva's design tools and is accessible when creating a design. Dall-E generates realistic images and art; Imagen turns text into photorealistic images. Use Dall-E or Imagen in an existing design or create a new one. After selecting an app, add a text description of the image to generate, including as much detail as possible. Continue revising your text until you are satisfied with the image, then add filters, effects, or other elements available from Canva's library to complete your image. Follow the directions to add your image to your Canva library, include it in a presentation, or share it directly with any supported platforms.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), images (268)

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Use Canva's image generator for any number of classroom uses to encourage creativity and bring any idea to life instantly! Teach students to use descriptive language in writing to bring characters and settings to life. Generate images of historical characters to help students visualize historical events or places. In science class, ask students to generate images of systems or molecules to represent abstract concepts. Include AI-created images when using webpage makers such as Carrd, reviewed here, newsletters, or videos created with online applications such as Clipchamp, reviewed here. When using any AI resource, always guide students on how to use these tools ethically, creatively, and responsibly.

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Goblin Tools - Goblin Tools

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Goblin Tools provides single-task tools that support making overwhelming tasks more straightforward to complete. Magic ToDo, reviewed here creates...more
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Goblin Tools provides single-task tools that support making overwhelming tasks more straightforward to complete. Magic ToDo, reviewed here creates step-by-step direction for any project, Formalizer converts text into different tones and styles, and The Judge analyzes the tone of a text. Addition tools include the Estimate that judges the time to complete a task, the Compiler turns a brain dump of ideas into a list of tasks, and The Chef takes a list of your ingredients and dietary constraints and suggests meals to make from what you have. Follow the directions for each tool to add a prompt or list of information, then click the blue button to receive the results.

tag(s): adhd (28), artificial intelligence (79), nutrition (133), organizational skills (92), Special Needs (52)

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Bookmark this site for many classroom uses for both you and your students. Use the Formalizer to demonstrate how to change the text's tone, ask students to try adding a paragraph they wrote, and change the style. After creating the change, have students analyze how the wording changed. Use the Estimator and Magic ToDo as planning tools for longer assignments to help students determine a schedule to complete all work in the provided period. Use The Chef tool and ask students to add a list of nutritious ingredients to complete recipes when learning about healthy diets and nutrition. When finished, have students use a presentation tool such as those found in Canva Edu, reviewed here to share healthy recipes.
 

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Magic ToDo - Goblin Tools

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Magic ToDo uses artificial intelligence (AI) to break down tasks into a list of step-by-step directions to complete the job. Enter your prompt or activity into the chat box to ...more
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Magic ToDo uses artificial intelligence (AI) to break down tasks into a list of step-by-step directions to complete the job. Enter your prompt or activity into the chat box to begin, then use the pepper icons to select the specificity of directions. One pepper provides an essential list; five peppers offer the most detailed steps. Press enter after adding your prompt and choosing the level of directions to provide to view your results. Open the list by clicking the blue wand next to your prompt; hovering over the blue wand will show "break down the item." After viewing the list, use drag and drop features to change the order of steps in the list if desired, or choose the blue wand next to any item on the list to create additional steps. Other options in a dropbox next to each step of the directions include determining the approximate time to complete that step, editing the information, or deleting the step. Click the checkbox in each step as it is completed for a visual look at the progress in completing the task.

tag(s): adhd (28), artificial intelligence (79), organizational skills (92), professional development (379), Special Needs (52)

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Use Magic ToDo as a professional tool for creating to-do lists to complete upcoming tasks, such as preparation for parent-teacher conferences, writing long-term lesson plans, preparing for substitutes, and more. Share Magic To-Do with students to create a guide for planning on completing long-term projects. Show students how to use the estimated time feature to help them understand the time required to complete all project steps. To help students stay on track, ask them to create a to-do list for their upcoming project, take a screenshot of their list, and share it with you. Then, ask for weekly screenshots that show each student's progress in completing the project and ask them to use the checkboxes to mark completed items. If students fall behind, have short conferences to determine what is holding them back and provide support as needed. This tool is also helpful for students with special needs or attention disorders to use as a guide for completing required tasks.
 

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Retro Report Education - Retro Report

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Retro Report is an independent, non-profit newsroom sharing over three hundred videos and lessons focusing on bringing history to life for students. Browse through the home page to...more
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Retro Report is an independent, non-profit newsroom sharing over three hundred videos and lessons focusing on bringing history to life for students. Browse through the home page to explore by subject or periods including America's Rise to Power 1890-1945, The Postwar Era 1945- 1980, and The Modern Era 1980- present. Visit the link on the home page to explore all topics, then use the options to search for specific terms, filter options by type of activity, or select from tagged subjects and topics. Another helpful option is the collections; choose this link to find collections curated for AP classes, topics such as 9/11 and The Supreme Court, and current topics including political ads and extremism. The lesson plans include links to all materials, including handouts, videos, and primary source documents. Lessons also correlate with Social Studies and Common Core Literacy Standards. The videos are hosted on YouTube. If your district blocks YouTube, then they may not be viewable.

tag(s): 20th century (59), advanced placement (26), bill of rights (28), black history (120), civil rights (191), cross cultural understanding (154), cultures (130), difficult conversations (58), drugs and alcohol (27), environment (237), freedom of speech (13), media literacy (102), native americans (89), news (228), politics (113), primary sources (113), psychology (67), sept11 (18), supreme court (27), terrorism (41), world war 1 (72), world war 2 (148)

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High school social studies teachers will want to bookmark and save this site as an excellent resource for lessons and videos to accompany current lessons. Use the lessons to differentiate activities based on student interests. For example, when teaching about the Bill of Rights, offer groups of students different topics to explore from the provided lessons, including the Pentagon Papers, evolution in science class, conspiracy theories, and Waco as a 2nd amendment battleground. Use Padlet, reviewed here, or Wakelet, reviewed here as a curation tool for you and students to gather resources related to their topic. Ask students to share their findings using a presentation tool like the ones found at Canva Edu, reviewed here, which includes options for adding links to resources shared.

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ElevenLabs - ElevenLabs Inc.

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ElevenLabs converts text to speech and provides many choices for voices used in the output. Although creating an account isn't required, it offers users more characters to convert text...more
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ElevenLabs converts text to speech and provides many choices for voices used in the output. Although creating an account isn't required, it offers users more characters to convert text to speech. After signing in to your account, use the provided options to select a voice for output and adjust voice settings that include stability, clarity, and exaggeration. Each voice preview consists of a short description with suggestions for use, such as children's stories or narration. An additional option lets users generate custom voices using tools to adjust for age, type of accent, and strength of accent. When ready, type or paste text in one of up to 29 included languages to convert to speech; ElevenLabs recommends using longer text passages for better conversion to audio. Click generate to create and listen to your audio. Use the download link to save your audio as an MP3 file to your device. The free plan offers up to 10,000 characters monthly, up to three custom voices, and speech generation in 29 languages.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), listening (65), multilingual (62), text to speech (17)

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Research shows that text-to-speech technology helps students focus more on content than reading, resulting in a better understanding of the reading material. Share a link to ElevenLabs with students, then demonstrate how to use this tool to listen to audio of a text to increase comprehension. Engage students in learning new content using ElevenLabs to introduce short introductory paragraphs from upcoming novels, textbook chapters, or primary source documents. Enhance learning and understanding of foreign languages by listening to the text in several different voices.

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Human Development Institute Creative Commons Images - Human Development Institute

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Finding Creative Commons images representing all members of society is difficult; the Human Development Institute shares a gallery of free, downloadable photos that include people with...more
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Finding Creative Commons images representing all members of society is difficult; the Human Development Institute shares a gallery of free, downloadable photos that include people with disabilities in all aspects of culture. All images are hosted on Flickr, reviewed here. Open any of the included albums to view photographs taken in different settings, such as outdoors, in music class, and in a university setting. The images include subjects of different ages, disabilities, and races. Open any photo and follow the links to download to your device or share to social media links. Although attribution isn't required, whenever possible, include attribution when using images that are not your own.

tag(s): creative commons (30), disabilities (29), images (268)

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Bookmark and save this collection of images to use in many different circumstances. For example, use these images when building slide presentations, writing classroom newsletters, or accompanying math story problems. Save your favorite images from this gallery into a personal Flickr album to easily find them, and include images shared by other sites such as Fresh Folk, reviewed here, EDUimages, reviewed here, and Nappy, reviewed here. Include images chosen for students to use in a Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams folder. Ask students to use images when writing blogs with eduBlogs, reviewed here, creating videos with Typito, reviewed here, or in creative writing projects shared on Google Sites, reviewed here.

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Twitter Chat: Building a Coding Culture - TeachersFirst

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This archived Twitter chat is from November 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is: Building a Coding Culture. During this chat, participants: 1. Discussed the ...more
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This archived Twitter chat is from November 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is: Building a Coding Culture. During this chat, participants: 1. Discussed the benefits of integrating coding into the classroom, 2. Explored different coding platforms and tools that can be used to introduce coding concepts to students, and 3. Shared resources and ideas for integrating coding into various subject areas and grade levels.

tag(s): coding (87), twitterchatarchive (171)

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Find resources and information about coding in the classroom. Share this chat with your colleagues looking for strategies and resources for coding in the classroom.

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OK2Ask: 5 Strategies for Building Content Area Literacy - TeachersFirst

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from November 2023. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

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Content area literacy is the ability to use reading and writing to acquire information in a subject area. It involves general literacy skills, content-specific literacy skills, and prior knowledge of content. This interactive workshop will explore five technology-integrated strategies that will enhance content-area literacy across the curriculum, focusing on supporting the needs of diverse learners to ensure an inclusive and equitable learning environment. As a result of this session, teachers will: 1. Explain the definition and benefits of content area literacy; 2. Evaluate the effectiveness of the five strategies presented for their students' learning needs and goals; and 3. Plan hands-on, engaging activities that will help students develop content area literacy skills. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.

tag(s): literacy (106), professional development (379), reading strategies (96), teaching strategies (41)

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OK2Ask: Questioning Strategies for Engaging Classroom Discussion - TeachersFirst

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Do you want to improve your classroom climate by including better questioning strategies? This workshop is for you! This session will delve into the transformative power of questioning techniques that will help you enhance social and emotional learning (SEL) and foster a positive and inclusive classroom environment. We'll explore how integrating specific questioning strategies can improve engagement and participation. As a result of this session, teachers will: 1. Identify and use different types of questions to promote higher-order thinking, engagement, and feedback. 2. Explain the benefits of questioning strategies for enhanced SEL and classroom climate. 3. Create an actionable plan to implement improved questioning techniques in the classroom. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.

tag(s): professional development (379), questioning (32)

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The archive of this teacher-friendly, hands-on webinar will empower and inspire you to use learning technology in the classroom and for professional productivity. As appropriate, specific classroom examples and ideas have been shared. View the session with a few of your teaching colleagues to find and share new ideas. Find additional information and links to tools at the session resource page. Learn more about OK2Ask and upcoming sessions here.

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Twitter Chat: Writing in the Digital World - TeachersFirst

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This archived Twitter chat is from November 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is: Writing in the Digital World. During this chat, participants: 1. Defined ...more
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This archived Twitter chat is from November 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is: Writing in the Digital World. During this chat, participants: 1. Defined and discussed the concept of digital writing, 2. Addressed the role of digital tools and platforms in enhancing students' digital writing skills and facilitating the writing process, and 3. Exchanged ideas and resources for integrating digital writing experiences across the curriculum.

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OK2Ask: Effective Feedback for Student Growth - TeachersFirst

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Join us for a workshop designed to empower educators with essential tools and strategies for providing impactful feedback to students and fostering a culture of continuous improvement. Explore the principles and practices of effective feedback and learn how to use the RISE peer feedback model, a research-based approach that helps students reflect, inquire, suggest, and elevate their own and others' work. With a focus on teacher and peer feedback, this workshop will equip participants with the skills needed to enhance student engagement and learning outcomes and support the needs of diverse learners. As a result of this session, teachers will: 1. Understand the significance of effective feedback in promoting student growth and academic success; 2. Incorporate feedback into instructional planning and assessment practices; and 3. Develop proficiency in delivering targeted and constructive teacher feedback that addresses individual student needs. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.

tag(s): feedback (8), professional development (379)

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OK2Ask: Empowering Multilingual Learners with Dynamic Writing Tools - TeachersFirst

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Learn how to use free technology tools to help emerging multilingual learners with writing. This interactive virtual workshop will explore various tools and strategies that will spice up your writing instruction and make it more effective and engaging for your students. Leave with innovative approaches and practical techniques for engaging and empowering your students, ensuring equitable access and meaningful learning experiences for all. As a result of this session, teachers will: 1. Identify and evaluate different types of technology tools for writing instruction and support; 2. Learn to use technology tools to facilitate collaborative writing, peer review, and publishing; and 3. Understand how technology tools can facilitate student agency and autonomy in writing. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.

tag(s): writing (315)

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The archive of this teacher-friendly, hands-on webinar will empower and inspire you to use learning technology in the classroom and for professional productivity. As appropriate, specific classroom examples and ideas have been shared. View the session with a few of your teaching colleagues to find and share new ideas. Find additional information and links to tools at the session resource page. Learn more about OK2Ask and upcoming sessions here.

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