Teaching with tablets? Find and share recommendations for apps and advice on how to integrate them throughout the school day.
- Through videos and interactive online tasks, early elementary students can increase fluency and build vocabulary.
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- Teacher-recommended tools for promoting collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, and equity whether students are in school or at home.8.2k
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- The coronavirus creates a unique challenge for students with special needs—educators share recommendations for apps to support learning at home.8k
- Most teachers develop ways to encourage classroom participation, but may not yet have ones for distance learning. These are easy to use anytime.2.9k