25 Alternatives To "I Don’t Know" And "I Can’t"

More and more people are feeling the need to be able to say “I don’t know” or “I can’t.” Unfortunately, because of the way we’ve been taught to learn for so long, it’s often difficult. But there is a growing movement in education that believes…

20 Reflective Questions To Help Students Respond To Common Core Texts

The Common Core State Standards are a set of learning goals for English language arts and mathematics that have been adopted by more than 40 states, including Alabama. The standards were developed to ensure the understanding of what is being taught at each grade level,…

Standards-Based Grading Only Solves Half The Problem

The debate dividing the education community is over how to best grade students. While grading standards are important, they can only solve half of the problem. The other half comes down to giving feedback that will motivate learners and improve their future performance in school…

22 Alternatives to YouTube |

YouTube is the largest video streaming platform in the world. But with 22 alternatives to YouTube, it’s hard not to wonder if our favorite site has really outgrown its usefulness. While some of these sites offer superior features and content selection compared to YouTube, others…

The Top 17 Math apps for iPad |

With so many math apps available, which ones do you need? Let us help! These are the best 17 iPad Math Apps that we recommend. The “best math flash cards app” is a list of 17 apps that are considered the best for iPad. The…

8 Awesome Apps to Remotely Control your PC from iPad |

As a desktop computer becomes less and less common, you may want to buy one for using on the couch or in bed. Whether your idea of an ideal PC is built by Apple, Microsoft, or even Linux-based machines, there’s no reason why they can’t…

A Step by Step Tutorial on How to Flip your Classroom with TED Ed |

The new flipped classroom model offers many benefits to students, teachers and schools. Over the course of this six-part series, TED Ed team members walk you through what it takes to flip your own class room with various resources including video case studies and teaching…

The 5 Most Popular eBook Formats Teachers should Know About |

No matter how you choose to buy ebooks, there are a lot of formats out there. Teens who want an engaging story might prefer audio, while adults may be more interested in interactive text. The following list will show you some popular ebook types that…

6 Good Tools to Generate Writing Prompts |

There are lots of ways out there to generate writing prompts. Some might be more effective than others, depending on what you’re looking for when generating your prompt. Here’s how six sites can help get the creative juices flowing! The “writer igniter reading challenge” is…

20 Great Math Websites for Teachers and Students |

The best math websites aren’t only for the final-year high school students looking to score some 200s on their Math SAT. There are lessons, games and lessons galore that will help you teach your child or student all sorts of mathematics topics, from calculus to…