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Elementary Technology Favorites by Grade Level

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One of the things shared was the list of "tried and true" technology usage by grade level at our elementary school. You will immediately see that our teachers have access to iPads and many of their choices are iOS apps but often there are web versions and android apps for these as well. Epic app (free) works on multiple platforms - https://www.getepic.com/ students have individualized e-book libraries based on their interests.

Best EdTech of 2016

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It's a heartening trend; the best edtech developers are taking the lessons (both good and bad) of the last few years to heart and delivering products at a higher level of quality than we've seen in the past. Perfect for English language learners and struggling readers, CommonLit is a free digital library of ready-to-print leveled texts -- news articles, poems, short stories, and historical documents. Price: $1.99; Platform: Android, iOS; Grades: Pre-K–3.

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Tips and Tools to Support Students in Publishing Their Own Digital Storybooks

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Book Creator – Web, iOS and Android app to create and publish digital books with personal photos, audio, video, and more. Elementari – Create a free class account for up to 30 students. Buncee – Web tool and iOS app to create and publish a digital storybook with free library of animations, stickers, templates, frames, stock photos, video, audio, and more. Part of the December 2019 STEM Resources Digital Calendar !

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STEAM Up Learning with 50 Fabulous Resources!

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The Kentucky Virtual Library has an incredible interactive infographic that walks students through the research process! Upper elementary to 12th grade will enjoy Code.org and Made With Code. Find projects open to students and the public at SciStarter.com , Zooniverse.org , and the iNaturalist iOS/Android app.?.

Tips and Tools to Support Students in Publishing Their Own Digital Storybooks

Teacher Reboot Camp

Book Creator – Web, iOS and Android app to create and publish digital books with personal photos, audio, video, and more. Elementari – Create a free class account for up to 30 students. Buncee – Web tool and iOS app to create and publish a digital storybook with free library of animations, stickers, templates, frames, stock photos, video, audio, and more. Part of the December 2019 STEM Resources Digital Calendar !

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12 Awesome Ideas for Ending the School Year

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This is one of the ideas suggested in my book, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch Edtech Missions in Your Classroom. Book and Web Tool Reviews – Get students to create short audio or video trailers of the books they read in class or from the library. Buncee , Elementari , My Story Book , Make Beliefs Comix , Storybird , and Book Creator are free digital storytelling web tools that students of all ages enjoy!

Google Expeditions Tour Creator

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Something that couldn’t really be replicated for cheaper money at the time due to the release of the free Expeditions app on Android only that summer. cross posted at Reflecting on Technology in Education Eric Lawson has spent 16 years in the elementary classroom and as a technology integrator. He is currently the Director of Technology & Libraries for the York School Department in York, Maine. edtech Virtual Reality Google Apps TL Advisor Blog

Giving Students The World

Kyle Pace

Over the last few weeks in my district we have had The Google Expeditions Pioneer Program visit one of our middle schools and one of our elementary schools. I appreciate having one of our teachers and one of our library media specialists and their administrators invest the time to bring this experience to students. EdTech Education GAFE Google Leadership edtech google googlecardboard googleedu googleexpeditions learning

An ‘Epic’ Fundraise: Children’s Digital Book Subscription Startup Nabs $8 Million

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per month for unlimited access to the digital library. Available on the web, iOS, Android and Kindle devices, Epic currently reaches five million children, its co-founder Kevin Donahue claims, with 24 million books read in April alone. elementary schools. With the funding, Epic will look to expand its marketing and engineering teams, along with its content library. Education Technology Financing Edtech Business

Putting the “T” in STEM! 60+ Resources for Teaching Children with Technology!

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Currently, I am the Computer and Technology Teacher for over 450 elementary students at a STEM Charter School. Find typing tips for children in this post I wrote for ESL Library which includes awesome websites, such as Typetastic , Keyboard Climber 1 and Keyboard Climber 2 , Dance Mat Typing, Typing Town , and Mouse Practice. Upper elementary and older enjoy Code.org and Made With Code. 3D printing with elementary students? Getting Children Involved with Edtech.

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What’s New: New Tools for Schools

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Software & Online CAPSTONE PEBBLEGO SPANISH DATABASE FOR K-12 STUDENTS ( www.capstonepub.com/library/digital/whats-new/ ) Capstone is pleased to announce its most popular PebbleGo databases are now available in Spanish. The contest invites elementary school teachers and families to take a pledge to teach kids how to “earn, save, spend and donate” for a chance to win $10,000 for their local school – plus an additional $1,000 for the charity of their choice. edtech market.

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Hack Education Weekly News

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Libraries remain relevant, and The New York Times is on it. Via Fortune : “ Android Co-Founder To Lead Google ’s New Education Project.” “ 3 Lessons Chipotle Can Teach EdTech ” is an actual headline. ” EduKwest has released its latest “ EdTech Market Brief India ,” detailing continued growth, as the title suggests, of the ed-tech market in India.