Other Interactive Tools

Other Interactive Tools for Online/Connected Learning

1. SeeSaw: Getting Started Tutorial
A platform for student engagement. Teachers can empower students to create, reflect, share, and collaborate. Students “show what they know” using photos, videos, drawings, text, PDFs, and links. It’s simple to get student work in one place and share with families, and nothing is shared without teacher approval.

2. Edgenuity: Supporting Students with Special Education Needs
courses, curriculum, and online learning solutions feature instructional strategies, evidence-based practices, and learning tools and scaffolds designed to support the unique needs of all learners, including students with special educational needs. User-friendly customization tools make it easy to make accommodations and modifications as needed for students, and our Special Education Coordinators partner with educators to give students all the support they need to succeed.

3. Khan Academy
How to Set Up Your Classroom
How to Use Course Mastery in Khan Academy
How to Use Assignments in Khan Academy

4. Flipgrid: How to Video
a social learning platform that allows educators to ask a question, then the students respond in a video. Students are then able to respond to one another, creating a “web” of discussion.

5. EdPuzzle: How to Video
an easy-to-use platform allowing you to engage every student, one video at a time. The process is simple - find a video, add questions and assign it to your class. Watch as they progress and hold them accountable on their learning journey.

6. Interactive Document by Subject Area & Grade Level for Online Resources

7. Newsela: How to Access Newsela’s Free Subscription
a database of current events stories tailor-made for classroom use. Indexed by broad theme (e.g. War and Peace, Arts, Science, Health, Law, Money), stories are both student-friendly and can be accessed in different formats by reading level. Use Newsela to differentiate nonfiction reading.

8. Achieve 3000; Achieve 3000
Giving every student the opportunity to reach their full potential through differentiated instruction and accelerated literacy growth

9. Equatio: Equatio for Google
an easy-to-use extension for Google Chrome. It's a perfect partner for Google Docs plus Sheets, Forms, Slides and Drawings* - letting you add mathematical equations, formulas and more to documents with a click.

10. Read & Write for Google Chrome: Tutorial for Students to Use the Extension
Boost reading and writing confidence across all types of content and devices, in class, at work, and at home!

11. Fluency Tutor: Introduction to Fluency Tutor
lets students record themselves reading and share with the teacher - away from the pressures of reading aloud in the classroom environment.

12. Reading Assistant Plus: Demo Tutorial
an innovative online guided reading tool that provides intensive reading practice. Learners use the tool to read developmentally appropriate texts both silently and aloud. What makes Reading Assistant Plus such an innovative reading practice tool is its use of patented technology that listens as each word is read aloud and delivers immediate support whenever a learner struggles with or mispronounces a word — reinforcing newly learned reading skills, vocabulary, and fluency.

13. Blogger: Step by Step Guide for Beginners
Blogger is Google’s free tool for creating blogs.