It seems that new technology education resources come out for teachers every week, but it can be hard to keep up with all of that innovation. This blog post aims to highlight three such innovative resources that teachers could start using tomorrow.
Mangahigh.com is a K-12 games-based math resource. It is free for teachers and students, fun, and provides great analytic data regarding student performance. Whoever said data analysis couldn’t be fun.
Watch the Mangahigh introductory video, register an account, and play a couple practice games. You’ll quickly see how fun, and addicting, math can be.
Spicynodes.com is a very cool concept webbing tool. The SpicyNodes introductory video demonstrates the interactive nature of this technology education resource. Teachers and students alike will enjoy exploring the library of user-submitted “Node Maps” to see how interrelated ideas connect with one another.
Check out the sample SpicyNodes Node Map, then register for your own account, and start creating highly engaging concept webs for your students.
Quizlet.com has been around for a little while but has sort of flown under the radar – until now. Quizlet.com hosts thousands of pre-made vocabulary flashcards of all different subject areas, and it provides teachers with an easy to use, web-based flashcard maker. The Quizlet introductory video demonstrates its main features.
Put a new twist on an old study habit and try Quizlet.com.