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Ten Teacher Tech Tools
Transcript of Ten Teacher Tech Tools
Plan Lessons, Share Plans,
Make Groups and Manipulatives with Ease (GREAT for SMARTBoards)
Flip and Blend With Ease
Ten Teacher Tech Tools:
Proven Digital Aides (and Alliteration) That
Will Sooth, Organize and Manage Your Teaching Soul
Shorten URLs, Track Clicks,
Create QR Codes
"The Pretty Way to
Apps for Android and Apple
Free (100 MB/month)
Premium (1 GB/month, $5 monthly or $45 annually, other added features)
For Andrew C. Maxwell's "100 Different Evernote Uses," visit:
For more Planbook support, visit:
Free one month trial / $12 per year
Free (15 min. maximum time limit per video)
Pro $15/year (No max. time, editing features)
Web-based tool. Many "apps" come with free version.
Premium version has cloud-based storage and more tools for approx. $23/year.
Brief Overview, from
maker of Class Cards.
A video I created to show how to utilize exported scores from Class Cards.
Here's a great instructional Prezi (complete with videos) from Jenna Brown (Centerfield Elementary, Oldham County, KY):
Created by Adam Watson, 2014.
Replace your Scantrons! All you need is one mobile device and photocopies of an Answer Sheet. Make your quiz, create a roster, have students answer, and the quizzes can be quickly scanned and graded with the app. (30 students per class and 5 quizzes free; premium for larger classes.)
Adam's Twitter FAQ (Why use Twitter?):
For directions on how to share your lesson plans, see Adam's Google Doc here: