This list has a little bit of everything, and will kick-start your effort to put technology into your lesson plans Here are the categories:
- Analyze, Compare/Contrast
- Classroom Management
- Critical Thinking
- Digital Portfolios
- Domain-specific Language
- Lesson Plans
- Parent Ed
- Special Needs
- Study Tools
- Visual Learning
- Web Tools
- White Board
Do you have any to add?
2 thoughts on “163 Websites for Teachers to Integrate Tech into Your Classroom”
Can you recommend any typing programs that I can use for typing homework?
It would be for 4 & 5th graders. I want to get away from sending home paper and them printing out their work. It needs to be free and I would need to be able to see how long they typed for the week. Ads must be appropriate.
Any suggestions other than typingweb.com?
A lot of people like Typing Club–free also.
I like DanceMat Typing, Nimble Fingers or Power Typing. All three–typing is done online, but neither allows allow you to track student progress online. I have a work-around where students open two windows, one with the typing program and one with a countdown timer–see image . Take a screen shot or a video and upload to teacher. These are great skills for students–screen shots and sharing videos–and with the range of 4/5th graders.
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