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K-5

Class Dojo is classroom management and environment-building app. It allows teachers to track student behavior and can even share the day's tracking with parents (only of their child). 

Described as a “digital worksheet tool”, Wizer is a robust tool that can be used to create formative or summative assessments, activities and general learning tasks.

Formative is great for elementary students as well as older students. Formative allows teachers to ask a question of students and see their individual responses in real time.   

Nearpod is an interactive presentation and assessment tool. Teachers create their own multimedia presentations or find one shared in the Nearpod library. Teachers can control the timing and interact with students as they move through the presentations, viewing responses as they are submitted.

This tool allows you to create and share screen and webcam recordings.

*Please see link below for a detailed lesson plan document for this lesson.

I want to use technology in a really useful way to make my math groups that would give me time to teach and support directly to my small groups and individuals.

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This Reading Comprehension unit is the beginning of a skills course for elementary, middle and special education students. Its purpose is to differentiate instruction so that all students can participate and generate their work on their own level. The initial skills highlighted in this unit are compare and contrasting fact and opinion along with cause and effect.

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This is a blended unit intended for novice English as a Second Language students, combining face-to-face and online learning opportunities and assessments. Students will be able to listen to and speak about family members, using family member vocabulary to identify their own family and the families of others. Students will demonstrate understanding of how family members relate to each other.

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This resource is a planning document for a Flipped PD model using Google Classroom.

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This course is designed to engage and motivate every student. Through the stories of intriguing people, exciting places, and fascinating events that makes "Social Studies" relevant to your life. As a student you will gain a global perspective.

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