Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Answerables

Answerables the innovative educational tool that combines the best features of game based learning w/ a learning management system has just released their free iPad app.  Answerables is being used by educators in a variety of ways from collaborating w/ other classes, to browsing the web, all in a secure 3D virtual environment.

Answerables is used as a:

• Virtual classroom 
• Lesson planner
• Learning manager 
• Quest creator
• Resource manager 
• Web browser (managed)
• Social Network
• Student portfolio
• Presentation space

Features include:

• Multiplayer game environment
• Learning management system
• Quests and badges
• Assessment tools
• Analytics
• Resource/Content management system
• Web browser
• Secure audio/video streaming

I highly recommend checking out Answerables by clicking here!!!

*Answerables is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Vidhub

Vidhub is a cool site that I just found out about for reviewing and collaborating on digital videos.  Vidhub allows users to upload any kind of digit video and then collaborate on it in real-time.  This is done through easy-to-use tools that lets users add time-stamps, collaborate, edit revisions, send reminders, and more.

I highly recommend checking out Vidhub by clicking here!!!

DimensionU

DimensionU is one of my favorite companies for Game Based Learning.  These games take place in an interactive 3D virtual world where students strengthen their Math/Literacy skills.  The games are designed for kids grades 3rd-9th and are aligned to Common Core Standards.

Here are a list of DimensionU games...

Watch the videos below to see all 4 AMAZING
DimensionU Games in action:
Meltdown is the DimensionU game that
offers students a second chance
when answering difficult questions, and
rewards creative strategies to achieve victory.
Swarm is DimensionU's team-based
game that most strongly reinforces
cooperation and collaboration between
students to achieve a common goal.
Towerstorm is the DimensionU game
 that is best for working through the most
 curriculum in the shortest amount of time.
Velocity is DimensionU's high-speed
obstacle course that ensures players
answer questions correctly in order to
continue progressing through the race.
Click to view the MATHEMATICS or LITERACY content included in
DimensionU Games.


I highly recommend checking out DimensionU by clicking here!!!

For my Pinterest board on Game Based Learning click here.

*DimensionU is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Calcugators

Calcugators is the new iOS app for Grades K on up working on addition.  This is a fun game that has students working w/ different problems and focusing on skills such as: subtraction, regrouping, counting, etc, to solve basic addition problems.  Also, Calcugators tracks student's progress and is a great way to integrate Game Based Learning into the classroom.

Below is a brief demo video...



For a more detailed review check out Edshelf by clicking here.

I highly recommend checking out Calcugators by clicking here!!!

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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Answer Pad

The Answer Pad is an awesome teacher tool that has two powerful functionalities: it is both a student response system with a focus on drawing and "show what you know", and a grading solution for your teacher created quizzes.  It is browser based for teachers, and works on any device (BYOD), browser or on free apps for iOS or Android for students.  It is an ideal tool for engaging students for any grade/subject area, and turning a classroom paperless.

Robust Features

Interactive 

  • Quick Connect - no student registration required or prep time for teachers (login via a code).
    • quick checks for understanding by just asking questions and sending a response type make it super simple.
    • draw tool can easily be sent out for students to work through a problem etc.
  • Google Integration
  • Feedback - color and text feedback w/ the unlock so that students can retry their answer.
  • Broadcast - teachers can send out one of the students responses to the entire class.  This is great way for classroom discussion w/ the names hidden.
    • Hide names, send out a multi-step problem.  Students complete the first step and classroom discusses the anonymous responses.  As a group decide which answer is best and broadcast response to entire class.
    • Yes or No, students discuss response and incorrect response can be sent to group to correct.
  • Send a Web Page - Teacher can send a web page, video, etc to students so they can view w/out having to leave the interactive session.
Answer Sheet
  • Essay question and multiple correct multiple choice question types now available.  These work in conduction w/ the built-in scratch pad that allows a teacher to see and give partial credit for work.
  • Live Monitor - watch live as students work through an assessment
More resources

I highly recommend checking out Answer Pad by clicking here!!!!
  

Below is a demo video...



*The Answer Pad is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Yogome Epic Schools

Yogome Epic Schools is the new educational suite of apps (i.e. Epic Teachers, Students, etc.) that uses Game Based Learning to teach/reinforce a variety of subjects (i.e. Math, Science, Programming, etc.)  There are over a 1000 educational mini games/activities for students grades K-5.  Best of all, a teacher can track student progress to make it easy to differentiate instruction.  Finally, all games are aligned to Common Core Standards.

Below is a brief demo...



I highly recommend checking out Yogome Epic Schools by clicking here!!!

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Otus

Otus, the wonderful mobile learning solution and teaching and learning platform was hard at work this summer w/ over 50 updates.  Best of all, all of this happens in one safe controlled environment.  These updates exist in one single platform.

Here is a brief look at some of the new features:


  • enhanced Google Integration
  • embed third party content (i.e. YouTube, NearPod, etc.)
  • teachers can build assessments
  • new grade book
  • robust reporting features
  • detailed graphs/data visualizations
  • and much much more
For more details on Otus's new features click here!!!

*Otus is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Night Zookeeper

Night Zoopkeeper is a new free site for students to help their Writing skills through fun interactive lessons.  Best of all, the educational portal allows educators to: assign lessons, track student progress, and assess their work in real-time.  This makes it easy for teachers to differentiate instruction and implement project based learning in their classroom.

Below is a brief demo...


Night Zookeeper in 80 seconds from Night Zookeeper on Vimeo.

I highly recommend checking out Night Zookeeper by clicking here!!!

Finally, the people at Night Zookeeper have released a free learning tool that easily creates Writing Prompts for students.  All a user has to do is select their writing style, age, and then time on how long they want to write and Writing Sparks creates the challenges/prompts for the students.  As w/ Zookeeper, Writing Sparks will assess students in real-time to help teachers assess student's learning.







For more information on Writing Sparks click here!!!

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

EDpuzzle Curriculum

EDpuzzle the amazing simple to use site that educators everywhere are using to "flip" a classroom and differentiate instruction has recently release their "online" curriculum for teachers.  Educators can now access all video-lessons and questions for the whole school year.  This is a great way to easily gage student learning in a wide range of subjects.

I highly recommend checking out EDpuzzle's "new' curriculum by clicking here!!!

For more information on EDpuzzle click here.

StoryCraft

StoryCraft is a fun free iOS app that I found out about from the amazing educator, Shelly Terrell.  This is a innovative way for students to collaborate on a story in the familiar "choose-your-own-adventure" style.  Users can create a story w/ text and images and invite other students to add to their story.  It kind of reminds me of poor man's version of BoomWriter w/out all the voting and bells and whistles.

I highly recommend checking out StoryCraft by clicking here!!!


I Know It

I Know It is a fantastic new site from Super Teacher Worksheets for interactive Math lessons grades K-5th.  This is a super fun easy to use site for practice on a wide range of topics, such as: place value, multiplication, counting coins, time, and more.  Best of all, I Know It, allows a educator to assign lessons and track student progress to make it easy to differentiate instruction.

I highly recommend checking out I Know It by clicking here!!!

*I Know It is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Super Teacher Worksheets

Super Teacher Worksheets is one of the best sites around for educators looking for printables, worksheets, puzzles, activities, and much much more.  W/ back to school right around the corner this is a fantastic place for teachers to go looking for ideas/printables such as: desk tags, games/puzzles, calendars, etc etc.  Also, all items are labeled if they are aligned to Common Core Standards and there are even generators/wizards for users to create their very own worksheets/puzzles/etc.

I highly recommend checking out Super Teacher Worksheets for all Back to Schools needs by clicking here!!!

*Super Teacher Worksheets is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

ClassDojo Toolkit

ClassDojo the free positive reinforcement/digital portfolio tool that educators everywhere are using, just released their digital "Toolkit".  This toolkit includes 8 tools that will allow educators to communicate w/ parents, create portfolios, and much much more.

ClassDojo's Toolkit will include:

  1. Music - create a classroom soundtrack
  2. Group Maker - randomly generate student groups
  3. Random - a easy way to select a student at random
  4. Think Pair Share - create a question and have students answer them in pairs
  5. Noise Meter - gauge how loud or quiet a classroom is being
  6. Directions - share directions right to a student's phone
  7. Timer - one tap timer for all classroom needs
  8. Today - great way to start the day by projecting morning announcements, activities, and more
For more info on ClassDojo's Toolkit click here.

*ClassDojo is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

KudosWall

KudosWall is a new site/app for building digital portfolios and resumes; that I just found out about from Monica Burns excellent blog.  This is a great easy-to-use tool that lets students create digital portfolios on the web or on their favorite mobile device (iOS/Android).  These portfolios can include any type of multimedia (i.e. video, images, files, etc), update automatically, and can be managed anywhere.

Below is a brief demo...

 

I highly recommend checking out KudosWall by clicking here!!!

Owl Eyes

Owl Eyes is an innovative site that lets teachers create "classrooms" where their students can read and interact w/ texts.  Student's are able to select through a wide variety of literature and then annotate the text.  This is helpful as they can take notes and pickup right where they left off when reading.  Best of all, the teacher tools allows educators to create quizzes to assess how students are doing and they can even track/manage their student accounts.  Educators are using Owl Eyes in a number of different ways such as: differentiating instruction, flipping a classroom, and more.

For back to school, Owl Eyes have added more texts, created a more user friendly interface, and added more resources for educators.

Finally, they are giving away 10 free 60-minute lessons for those teachers that sign up by the end of August.

I highly recommend checking out Owl Eyes by clicking here!!!

Below is a brief demo...



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Storyboard That

Storyboard That is a excellent learning tool that educators are using in a wide variety of ways in their classrooms.  STB is being used as a graphic organizer, for creating storyboards, digital storytelling, project based learning, and much much more.  Also, STB has lots of educational resources for teachers and templates to make it easy to integrate STB into the classroom.

Below are the latest resources from Storyboard That...

Blog

Articles

Teacher Guides

*Storyboard That is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

AnswerGarden

AnswerGarden the widely popular web tool that classrooms and educators are using to ask a question and generate responses into a word cloud is now available for the iPad.  This wonderful app is great for brainstorming, creating word clouds, and to differentiate instruction to gauge student learning.  Also, it's great for group work and to assess students.

I highly recommend checking out AnswerGarden by clicking here!!!

Back to School with Buncee

Buncee the amazing learning tool that educators around the world are using to integrate technology into the classroom has updated their list of ways to use Buncee w/ the school year approaching.  Teachers are using Buncee for project based learning, to "flip" a lesson, digital storytelling, create beautiful presentations, and much much more.  Best of all, Buncee Classroom their educational portal, allows educators to manage/monitor student projects, differentiate instructions, etc to engage students and maximize their learning.

Below is a list of ways to use Buncee for back to school...


*Buncee is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Kids'n'Code

Kids'n'Code is a fun free iPad app for kids 6-8 years old learning the basics concepts of programming and coding.  This is done by controlling robots and trying to solve simple puzzles.  Users of Scratch will feel right at home as Kids'n'Code focuses on such skills as: algebra, geometry, logic and more.

Below is a brief demo...



I highly recommend checking out Kids'n'Code by clicking here!!!

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Projector Screen Store

Projector Screen Store is a great site for educators or parents looking to find screens, projectors, cables, and more for home or their classroom.  Also, this is an ideal place to find good deals and other resources such as: how to build a home theater or how a green screen works.

I highly recommend checking out Projector Screen Store by clicking here!!!

For an interesting read on the evolution of the green screen click here.

*Projector Screen Store is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Seesaw 5.0

Seesaw the wonderful mobile (iOS/Android, etc.) app for creating digital portfolios and communicating w/ parents, has just released their latest version 5.0.  This new release has lots of teacher requested features such as: announcements/messages, simplified class experience, customizable themes and icons, and much more.

Click here to sign-up for their July 18th webinar.

I highly recommend checking out Seesaw by clicking here!!!

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Sketch Nation Lesson Plans

Sketch Nation the simple to use mobile (iOS/Android) app/site for creating games recently updated their lesson plan ideas page.  This is a great place for educators to go to find ways on how to integrate Sketch Nation into their classroom.  These lesson ideas focus on a wide variety of subjects such as: Coding, History, Math, and more.  Sketch Nation makes it a seamless way to introduce STEM into their classroom in a fun and engaging way.

I highly recommend checking out Sketch Nation Lesson Plans by clicking here!!!

Below is a brief demo...


*Sketch Nation is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Mathigon

Mathigon is a fantastic new site that I just found out about from the amazing educator Kelly Tenkely. Mathagon is an innovative interactive textbook that reminds me of something an educator would create in iBooks Author.  This textbook acts as a personal tutor that lets students actually interact w/ problems, shapes, equations, etc to better learn concepts.  Best of all, Mathigon provides real-time feedback and can be used for self-paced learning or differentiating instruction.

I highly recommend checking out Mathigon by clicking here!!!

Below is a brief demo...

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Help Teaching

Help Teaching is an excellent site for educators, parents, and others looking for educational resources such as quiz/test creators, online assessments, or worksheets/printables.  These printables are for K-12 and cover a wide range of subjects.  Also, there is a test/virtual room where students can take online assessment and get results in real time.

I highly recommend checking out Help Teaching by clicking here!!!
For my Printerest Board on Educational Resources click here.

*Help Teaching is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Izzit

Izzit.org is a nice site for students to find educational resources and videos.  These resources can be searched by grade level or subject.  Best of all, there is a wide range of teacher tools such as: quizzes, lesson plans, activities for students, and more.

I highly recommend checking out Izzit.org by clicking here!!!

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Buncee Doodle

Buncee Doodle is the new "game" being used by Buncee users for a variety of educational purposes.  It reminds me of the mobile app Draw Something, where a user creates a drawing/doodle using Buncee and then have another person guess what it is.  This can be done for introducing subjects/concepts, for computer groups, for project based learning, and much much more.

For more information on Buncee Doodle click here!!!

*Buncee is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

ToonSpaghetti Story Lab: Classroom Edition

ToonSpaghetti Story Lab: Classroom Edition is a educational iOS app that I just found out about from Class Tech Tips.  ToonSpaghetti is a fantastic app for kids ages 5 and older and ideal for digital storytelling and project based learning.  Also, ToonSpaghetti is aligned to Common Core Standards, lets users solve word games (to build vocabulary), and add music to animations/stories.
Best of all, a user can record their own voice to create dynamic and engaging stories.

I highly recommend checking out ToonSpaghetti by clicking here!!!

30hands

30hands is the excellent and easy-to-use learning tool that educators/students everywhere are using for a wide range purposes, such as: digital storytelling, project based learning, blended learning, and much much more.

I highly recommend checking out 30hands Pro by clicking here or 30hands Web here!!!

30hands has lots of exciting news on the horizon...

After upgrading to Pro, users will have access to existing advanced features and new features in the works:
• Video clips as slides
• Google Drive + Dropbox Integration
• Importing of Google Slides and PDFs as 30hands slides
• Backgrounds and scenes
• Higher quality videos
• Advanced drag-and-drop drawing with editing 
• Slide sharing with parents and students 
• Slide Transitions 
• Unlimited presentations
• Unlimited saves to Camera Roll

Districts that purchase 30hands Pro will get free or discounted professional development (depending on licenses purchased). The PD can be onsite or virtual and selected from our areas of expertise: Digital Storytelling, PBL, Blended Learning, Teaching Coding, and Teaching Entrepreneurship. 

For more info on how your school can participate, email info@30hands.com.
Join our newsletter here: http://30hands.com/newsletter.

*30hands Learning is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Letter Quest EDU

Letter Quest EDU is the new Spelling game from Filament Games.  Letter Quest is a super fun turn-based fighting game where a student spells words to defeat their enemy.  As the game progress the words get harder and this is a great way to build up Spelling/Vocabulary skills.  Best of all, a paid/registered user can track/save student progress.

I highly recommend checking out Letter Quest EDU by clicking here!!!

I Know It

I Know It is the excellent new site from Super Teacher Worksheets for interactive Math lessons grades K-5th.  This is a super fun easy to use site for practice on a wide range of topics, such as: place value, multiplication, counting coins, time, and more.  Best of all, I Know It, allows a user to use a certain number of "hints" to help solve a problem and it gives the correct response w/ reason for the wrong answers.

I highly recommend checking out I Know It by clicking here!!!

*I Know It is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Quiz Game Master

Quiz Game Master is a neat little site I just found out about from Larry Ferlazzo's blog.  This site lets users create their own custom quizzes or use one of their own.  Quizzes can then be shared w/ others or downloaded to save them.  Best of all, are the abundance of different quizzes/games a user can create such as: Racing Quiz, Dragon's Lair, QuizBoard, and much much more.

I highly recommend checking out Quiz Game Master by clicking here!!!

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Answer Pad

The Answer Pad is an awesome teacher tool that has two powerful functionalities: it is both a student response system with a focus on drawing and "show what you know", and a grading solution for your teacher created quizzes.  It is browser based for teachers, and works on any device (BYOD), browser or on free apps for iOS or Android for students.  It is an ideal tool for engaging students for any grade/subject area, and turning a classroom paperless.

New Features

Interactive 

  • Quick Connect - no student registration required or prep time for teachers (login via a code).
    • quick checks for understanding by just asking questions and sending a response type make it super simple.
    • draw tool can easily be sent out for students to work through a problem etc.
  • Feedback - color and text feedback w/ the unlock so that students can retry their answer.
  • Broadcast - teachers can send out one of the students responses to the entire class.  This is great way for classroom discussion w/ the names hidden.
    • Hide names, send out a multi-step problem.  Students complete the first step and classroom discusses the anonymous responses.  As a group decide which answer is best and broadcast response to entire class.
    • Yes or No, students discuss response and incorrect response can be sent to group to correct.
  • Send a Web Page - Teacher can send a web page, video, etc to students so they can view w/out having to leave the interactive session.
Answer Sheet
  • Essay question and multiple correct multiple choice question types now available.  These work in conduction w/ the built-in scratch pad that allows a teacher to see and give partial credit for work.
  • Live Monitor - watch live as students work through an assessment
More resources

I highly recommend checking out Answer Pad by clicking here!!!!
  

Below is a demo video...



*The Answer Pad is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Memrise

Memrise is a fun mobile (iOS/Android) app for learning foreign languages.  This is done through Game Based Learning as a user plays through a variety of games such as: speed review, listening skills, difficult words, and classic reviews.  Also, there are lots of resources to help learn a language such as chatbots and videos from actual foreign language speakers.

I highly recommend checking out Memrise by clicking here!!!

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Otus

Otus the excellent and easy to use Learning Management System for schools has a sleek new design, that allows for easier functionality, a brighter customizable color interface, and real-time analytics and third party integration (i.e. Khan Academy), and of course Otus Worksheets.

Here is a list of their updated features...
  • Cleaner Interface: A polished, streamlined functionality lets users more easily navigate existing features including polling for instant feedback, a real-time assessment center, blogging capabilities and classroom organization tools.
  • Real-Time Analytics: A comprehensive analytics dashboard integrates a wide range of performance indicators into one place, including content from select third-party apps like Khan Academy. Teachers can link data to Common Core State Standards or integrate their own custom standards to report on. Otus tracks a variety of data like attendance, participation, student blogs, assessments and grades. In addition, teachers can also create and track meaningful behaviors like grit, leadership and staying on task through Otus ‘Recognitions’. Because Otus logs all student activity in real-time, teachers can quickly gauge their impact on student growth and provide timely, constructive feedback.
  • Toolbox:  Otus functions as an open, interoperable educational ecosystem allowing teachers to integrate and quickly access the third party apps and content that they use everyday in their classroom. Any Otus user can access free third-party apps or content. If third-party apps and content require a subscription, the subscriber must simply link their account to Otus and they will never have to sign-in to access it again.
  • Colorful Work Environments: Now teachers and students can choose from a variety of theme and background color options to create a more personalized, vibrant work environment.

Below is a brief demo...



I highly recommend checking out Otus by clicking here!!!
For more information check out Otus on Technology and Learning.

*Otus is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Blue Apprentice

Blue Apprentice is an innovative new iOS/Web game designed to help students 6-12 yrs old learn Science.  Blue Apprentice takes kids on an intergalactic adventure that has them learning about different Science concepts such as: periodic table, energy, space, ecosystems, and much much more.  Also, Blue Apprentice is aligned to state standard and mets COPPA compliance making it safe for kids.  Best of all, BA tracks students progress, has lots of features/levels to unlock, and has high replay value.

I highly recommend checking out Blue Apprentice by clicking here!!!

Below is a brief demo...

Monday, June 26, 2017

DimensionU

DimensionU is one of my favorite companies for Game Based Learning.  These games take place in an interactive 3D virtual world where students strengthen their Math/Literacy skills.  The games are designed for kids grades 3rd-9th and are aligned to Common Core Standards.

Here are a list of DimensionU games...

Watch the videos below to see all 4 AMAZING
DimensionU Games in action:
Meltdown is the DimensionU game that
offers students a second chance
when answering difficult questions, and
rewards creative strategies to achieve victory.
Swarm is DimensionU's team-based
game that most strongly reinforces
cooperation and collaboration between
students to achieve a common goal.
Towerstorm is the DimensionU game
 that is best for working through the most
 curriculum in the shortest amount of time.
Velocity is DimensionU's high-speed
obstacle course that ensures players
answer questions correctly in order to
continue progressing through the race.
Click to view the MATHEMATICS or LITERACY content included in
DimensionU Games.


I highly recommend checking out DimensionU by clicking here!!!

For my Pinterest board on Game Based Learning click here.

*DimensionU is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

EdVisto

EdVisto is a innovative new site that I just found out about from Larry Ferlazzo's excellent blog.  EdVisto lets educators create "virtual" classrooms, then add members/students.  Once the students are entered, a teacher can create groups, start a chatroom for group discussion, and create assignments/stories.   Best of all are the clips/videos (i.e. similar to iMovie), and the educational portal that lets educators control users, privacy settings, etc. Once a story is finished it can then be shared w/ others.  EdVisto is a fantastic site to use project based learning, digital storytelling, and more.

I highly recommend checking out EdVisto by clicking here!!!

Thursday, June 22, 2017

WordWanderer

WordWanderer is a site I just found about from Larry Ferlazzo's great blog for making word clouds.  This is a neat way to create a word cloud where you can edit what types of words you want to see or hide, such as: nouns, verbs, prepositions, etc etc.  Also, a user can click on a word to see a definition or how it is used in context or drag-a-line between to words to see how they are related.

I highly recommend checking out WordWanderer by clicking here!!!

CodeMonkey

CodeMonkey is a great site for students learning how to program/code.  This is done by guiding a monkey to collect his bananas from gorilla and meeting other characters along the way.  The farther along a user progress the more complex the stages/lessons are.  Students will learn basic JavaScript and principals such as: loops, variables, functions, conditions, and more.

Best of all is the educational portal that allows students to create and track 30 student accounts, a full teacher dashboard, and access to lesson plans.

I highly recommend checking out CodeMonkey by clicking here!!!

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

NameCoach

NameCoach is a wonderful web service that educators are using to learn student's names and pronounce them correctly.  This is especially useful w/ commencement/graduation ceremonies on the horizon.  The way this works is simple as a teacher creates a name/web page and then has the student's speak their names.  The audio gets embedded into a page and a user can access them all on one page at anytime.  Also, NameCoach makes it very easy to share recordings and keep track of student's name/email.  It's easy, accurate, and 100% safe for schools to use.

I highly recommend checking out NameCoach by clicking here!!!

Below is a brief demo...



*NameCoach is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Parapara Animation

Parapara is a neat little site that for making animations/slideshows that I just found out about from Richard Byrne's excellent blog.  This is a simple to use site that lets user select and color then draw on a screen/frame.  These frames are automatically stitched together to create a slideshow.

I highly recommend checking out Parapara Animation by clicking here!!!

BoomWriter Virtual Summer Camps

Summer is almost here and BoomWriter's Virtual Summer Camps are right around the corner and a soon to be reality for educators!!! This is an excellent solution for teachers looking to make some extra money over the summer (from the comfort of their own home) using BoomWriter's innovative collaborative writing tool.

More info below...

BoomWriter is a site that I’ve written about many times because it lets elementary, middle, and high school teachers conduct engaging nonfiction, fiction, and vocabulary development group-writing activities in almost any subject area. But their new offering is not just another product- it’s a chance for teachers to completely change how they make money (and relax) over the summer!

BoomWriter announced a while back, that they are developing The BoomWriter Virtual Summer Camp to create engaging, flexible, and profitable experiences for teachers as they work to make extra money over the summer. Teachers can make upwards of $1,200 per week with their camp by facilitating online instruction and writing activities for campers in Grades 4-9 using BoomWriter’s easy to use group writing site.

At $0 cost to teachers, BoomWriter will provide the curriculum, camper sign-up web page, and everything else needed to run a camp, so all teachers have to do is recruit students from their own schools or learning communities to participate. Educators can run as many sessions as they want from wherever they want and truly become their own boss on their own schedule.

Register for their mailing list to receive more information and updates to get you ready for Summer of 2017. BoomWriter is a free site that keeps finding new and better ways to support teachers through technology, and The BoomWriter Virtual Summer Camp is no exception!

I highly recommend checking out BoomWriter Virtual Summer Camps by clicking here!!!

View a sample Virtual Summer Camp "splash page" by clicking here.

Below is a brief video...


*BoomWriter is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.