Monday, September 8, 2014

Daily 5, Math, Language Arts, and More

More highlights from my tech blogs . . .

Those of you who use Daily 5 for literacy instruction might be interested in these resources.

Learn about the Random Name Picker and other tools available on Classtools.net.

Here's more information and a video on Getting Started with Google Classroom.

Have you used ABCYa's One Hundred Number Chart with your K-2 students?

iPracticeMath allows educators to track student performance and generate detailed reports to see their progress in different areas of Math. Recommended for students in Grades K-12.

High School English teacher Catlin Tucker describes in her blog post how she introduced the Common Core concepts of "explicit" and "implicit" information.



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