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MoveNote: A Very Noteworthy #EdTech App

Introducing, MoveNote. A noteworthy tool that can be used flip the classroom, practice presenting, share best practices and teach from a distance.

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No More Cookie-Cutter Schools

In Teaching the Digital Generation, Frank Kelly, joins authors Ted McCain and Ian Jukes to provide a resource that enables leaders to combine facilities and curriculum planning to create next-generation schools.

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Bridging the Gap from Living Room to Classroom: FreshGrade

What if the communication line between parent and educator was truly open? Enter FreshGrade, a Learning Collaboration System that helps educators document student learning and progress through photo, video, work samples, and more.

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Osmo: Playing Outside the Screen

Osmo is a great way for young minds to see the bridge between the digital and physical worlds. It's a brilliant optical device that has advanced AI programming under the hood.

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Book Review: Education Transformation

K12 CEO Ron Packard recently released his newest book Education Transformation: How K-12 Online Learning is Bringing the Greatest Change to Education in 100 Years in hopes to discuss why technology is critical for the future of education.

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Canvas by Instructure

Canvas by Instructure is the LMS that gets used. Canvas connects teachers, tools, ideas, and students, and then stays out of the way. With all the built-in features you need and the integrations you want, Canvas makes teaching and learning easier, enabling you to take education to a higher level.

EdTech

Saundz Like American English

Saundz curriculum is developed by phonology experts and it includes 37 chapters and 161 lesson dealing with 40 sounds of American English and some of the most problematic consonant groups.

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Three Ring: Bringing Qualitative Work into Focus

Rescue forgotten student work from the bottom of backpacks or hidden in endless stacks of binders—everything is organized seamlessly and ready to be used for teaching and learning.

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