IETA Conference Summary Harmon, Collins and Koberg share!

Turn words and images into beautiful web stories to share with students and parents; create compelling animated videos and stunning social graphics.

  • Teacher blogs
  • Student portfolios
  • Presentations
  • Newsletters
  • Teacher/Student Journals

Student driven digital portfolio and simple parent communication.

  • Learning journals
  • Ideal for K-2 classrooms-student lead sharing
  • Takes place of blogs, Google Classroom and Calendar
  • Encourages student engagement-students can use photos, drawings and links to demonstrate knowledge
  • Monthly calendars

Build classroom community with this safe and simple communication app for teachers, parents and students.

  • Instant messaging between teacher and parent
  • Behavioral management system
  • Parent access to behavioral reports
  • Stories can be created to display student work and progress (portfolio)

Communication tool that helps teachers reach students and parents where they are at.

  • Sends text messages to students without giving out teacher number
  • Student replies are sent to teacher email
  • Quick, simple and secure-all contact information stays private
  • Contains full message history
  • Can attach documents, schedules, lessons and voice clips
  • Communicate with student devices

Online timer that links images and music from youtube.

  • Timer countdown, alarm clock, stopwatch
  • Choose any youtube clip to use as the audio alarm
  • Runs off-line

Easily turn a Google Spreadsheet into online flashcards and other cool stuff! Each Flippity can be shared in Google Classroom, email, facebook and many more!

  • Creates interactive lessons
  • Quiz show (Jeopardy-like game)
  • Flashcards
  • Random name picker
  • Progress indicator
  • Hangman
  • Mad libs
  • Spelling words
  • Certificate quiz

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