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Digital Classroom

Does something this much fun belong in the classroom? Wordle, a free, online tool, is definitely fun to play with, but it's also a learning tool for visualizing and analyzing text. And it's adaptable to learning objectives for all elementary school grades. FIND OUT MORE »

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Digital classroom tools

Screenshot, homepage, VoiceThread

A multimedia collaborative tool with the American Association of School [...] »

weebly website screenshot

Don't be daunted by website creation—Weebly offers a user-friendly DIY [...] »

example of a presentation using Prezi

Open up a new world between whiteboards and slides with this presentation tool. [...] »

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Beyond the Chalkboard

Teachers demonstrate digital tool strategies

Kristina Frank of Eagle Ridge Middle School brings modern and historical [...] »

A student using Voicethread in Jennifer Orr's classroom

Students are never too young for digital tools—watch first graders use [...] »

Screencap, Facebook Fan page, DeWitt APUSH Clinton, Facebook

Students interact with history by creating Facebook fan pages for historical [...] »

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Photo, Digital Beijing Building 数字北京大厦, Sanctu, Flickr

New media tools—invaluable resources or menaces of the digital age? [...] »

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