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DOGO News: current events and non-fiction for your classroom

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What it is: DOGO News is a great place for kids to learn about current events, read non-fiction articles, and access customized content that you curate. Each article lists the Common Core Standards it meets, and the grade levels it is appropriate for. How to integrate DOGO News in your classroom: DOGO News is a fantastic resource for you (and students) to find, read, and interact with non-fiction news articles in your classroom.

How We Express Ourselves: Making a Museum in a Box

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Not being in the classroom impacts this as well. When I was in the classroom, my posts had an immediate purpose; they were things that I was doing or dreaming of doing, with my students the next day. I also am unwilling to retire iLearn Technology all together. I hope that you’ll continue to find reasons to come to iLearn Technology. We love the way that questions open opportunities for exploration, discovery, and new connections within learning.

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How We Express Ourselves: Making a Museum in a Box

iLearn Technology

Not being in the classroom impacts this as well. When I was in the classroom, my posts had an immediate purpose; they were things that I was doing or dreaming of doing, with my students the next day. I also am unwilling to retire iLearn Technology all together.

MobyMax: Tablet + help differentiating instruction

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Each student gets their very own learning plan with MobyMax with the adaptive curriculum. One of the things that I really appreciate about MobyMax is the mix of direct instruction and the ability for students to discover learning on their own through discovery-based instruction. Because MobyMax is based on the Common Core, you can analyze data based on standards, student, class, school, or even district. At Anastasis, our learning portfolios are digital.

Prodigy: Virtual world of math

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What it is: Prodigy is a fantastic way to differentiate math in your classroom. In the virtual world, students are wizards who learn magic and spells to defeat over 100 monsters. To learn a new spell or add powers (or adopt pets), students must complete different math challenges. As students play the game, they will learn over 300 math skills in 1st-8th grade. Prodigy is adaptive, so it constantly adjusts to challenge them and keep them learning at their own pace.