New Technologies

Resources to implement technology in your teaching.


The flyer you are viewing was created on smore. Smore allows you to make online flyers or posters and share them through several social media outlets, email or a url. You have the choice of using the free version or you can upgrade to the educator version for $60 which has more designs, backgrounds, and fonts. This would be an easy way to inform families of upcoming events or students can make posters to showcase their learning on various topics. Check out the embedded video below on ways to use smore in education or go to directly to the smore website also linked below.
Smore in Education - Podcast


Looking for new apps to help in your classroom? There are so many choices in apps that it can be overwhelming! Graphite has come to the rescue. Graphite is a site that allows you to search apps by subjects, grade level, skill level and common core standard. You must create an account and it comes at an affordable price - FREE! Check out Graphite using the link below.

BYOD - Bring Your Own Device

Want to create more student engagement through technology? Limited on the technology? Have students bring their own! This site below helps with setting up guidelines for technology use and provides a plethora of activities, rubrics and so much more!

I've got the music in me... - Students showcase learning through song!

Learn how to help your students create music videos in the classroom. Kati Searcy through her weebly site below will help walk you step by step in creating a music video. Several different examples are presented as well as numerous sites shared to make learning a hit !

Making Interactive PowerPoints and Games

Joe Hart has developed this website with numerous games and interactive powerpoints ready to use and sorted by grade level and subject. On his site embedded below there is also a link to a youtube video where he gives step by step directions on making your own powerpoint game.