TOOL SLAM RESOURCES
Thinglink & Thinglink Video
Thinglink for education https://www.thinglink.com/edu
Imagination is the limit with this multifaceted tool allowing for the creation of interactive images and videos for educational channels and student assessment. Consider using for: PD, unit guides, lesson starters, and student projects. EXAMPLES shown.
SpeakIt can help struggling readers, auditory learners or non-English speakers listen to selected online text in more than 50 languages. Great for World Language practice and modeling as well!
Plickers will allow you to perform a quick formative assessment with just one mobile device.
The timeline is an awesome way to present dynamic information (including images, video, maps, etc.) in a progressive, editable format.
Too Loud App
Noise Meter for individual, group, or class-wide projects. Availalbe on Apple, Android, & Google products.
siteMaestro allows you to bulk-copy, share, and manage Google Sites with students
Instructional Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hZWjtnIIBk
TLDR (Too long didn’t read!) is a great Google extension to help you sift through articles or other text just to get the gist. For students, you can use the summary, short, medium,or long options to change the length of the text to differentiate or to meet your needs.
Cut and paste text from anywhere (even student writing!) and Rewordify will re-write and adjust Lexile level, create a vocabulary list, cloze reading activity, and other tools to make text accessible across reading levels.