Blendspace | free web tool that allows you to collect resources (documents, webpages, pictures) and bundle them all together into a presentation form. Great to share a lot of resources with colleagues or give students interactive lesson materials.
Evernote | great tool for note-taking that allows you to type, add pictures, add audio notes, organize notes into notebooks, save website articles to your account, and much more. Evernote is cloud-based, so it will work and sync across every device that has internet access.
Khan Academy | free exercises, videos, and personalized learning resources for all ages. Learn math, science, computer programming, history, economics, and more.
Newsela | this website allows students to read and explore news articles and current events. More importantly, every article that is selected can be customized for students’ reading levels. An entire class can read the same content, but at a level that’s just right for each student. Articles include quizzes that test critical thinking and close reading.
No Red Ink | fun way to learn grammar and practice skills. For each concept or skill there is a planning diagnostic, unit diagnostic, practice activities, and quiz.
QR Stuff | quickly and easily create QR codes to share information or websites with your audience.
ReadWorks.org | Free content, curriculum, and tools for reading comprehension K-12. Similar to Newsela, it allows the teacher to set up readings at the appropriate level for their students.
ScootPad | personalized learning activities in math & English/Language Arts for your classroom. Teacher accounts are free, you can track progress, analyze data & assessments, and students can access from anywhere. It is the ultimate way to master math and reading skills. Self-paced and personalized practice keeps kids engaged and challenged.
Web 2.0 Tools for Educators | Pinterest board by Eric Sheninger featuring many web 2.0 tools for educators