January 5, 2017

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Featured EDTECH Resources Reviewed by TeachersFirst

Celebrate the New Year with Us

Explore our curated list of resources to welcome 2017 both in and out of your classroom.

Calendar Resources

Timely ideas for your classroom!

Remember the Dream

Find civil rights timelines, biographies, lesson plans, videos, interactives, and more.

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50+ Ideas for the 100th Day of School

Discover ideas to jump, count, guess, measure, and even flip in this extensive collection.

View our collection »

ESL Resources for You & Your Students

Work with ESL students? We've got you covered!

Top 10 Tips for Working with ESL/ELL Students

Differentiate using these 10 simple and proven tips.

Read the 10 tips here »

Twitter Chat: Tips & Tools for ESL

Join our bi-weekly Twitter chat (#OK2Ask) on January 19th to share and discover tips and tools for working with ESL learners.

Get Twitter chat reminder emails »

Professional Learning Opportunities

January brings many opportunities for expanding your edtech know-how.

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Registration now open

OK2Ask Winter Online Workshops

Attend any of our 9 free virtual workshops. Topics in January include Digital Storytelling, Cutting Edge Technology, and more.

Register for winter sessions»

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Visit us at booth #1253

Join us at FETC!

Are you attending FETC? Attend our two informative presentations and visit our K12 team at our booth — we have t-shirts and swag!

Get our registration discount»

Weekly Poll

Lesson Planning? When is good for you? 

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Answer our weekly poll

What day of the week do you work on lesson plans?

Do you do most of your lesson planning over the weekend? Or do you prefer Monday-Tuesday or Wednesday-Friday?

Vote now»

Check These Out Too!

Enjoy these additional resources for your classroom!

Chinese New Year

Weekly Poll

Dates that Matter

Remembering MLK Jr

Classroom Planning Calendar

Brain Twisters

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