We’re always scouring the web for new resources to support busy teachers. Take a look at our latest list of teacher websites worth bookmarking now. They provide a variety of resources and tools to help you enhance your teaching methods, engage with students, and utilize new technologies like AI for productivity. So, without further ado, let’s dive in and explore the top five teacher websites to bookmark now.
Curipod uses AI technology to create instant resources similar to Pear Deck or Nearpod. Just enter a topic, grade level, and any required content standards, and Curipod it will auto-create ready-to-use instructional resources! You can then edit as you like and invite students to join with a unique pin. Generate exit tickets, full lesson slides, brain breaks, and more, or browse the gallery for pre-built lessons! Note: The free version of Curipod allows for 5 lessons at a time.
Canva has evolved to be a super robust and versatile free tool for educators. In addition to creating professional-looking infographics and images, users can do so much more! Canva now has a whiteboard feature, the ability to add audio, animate images, and even edit videos. Canva Docs is a new option, similar to Google Docs, but with added design capabilities. And my favorite new addition to Canva is Magic Write! Think ChatGPT built right into your workspace. Just enter a command or question and text is embedded right into your creation.
Matt Miller and his team of EdTech experts not only share tips and strategies for tech integration, but they also offer hundreds of free templates that you can download to use in your classroom right now!
Looking to keep up with newly added features to your favorite tech tools? Or gather tips and tricks to help you in the classroom? EdTech guru Jennifer Hall (@apsitjen) is the one to follow! She offers weekly posts highlighting quick tips, how-tos, resources, and more. Follow her on Twitter, bookmark her site, then be prepared for continuous learning!
Teaching Channel with Learners Edge is hyperfocused on providing teachers with free, practical resources they can use whether it’s bite-sized professional learning, a topical blog post, or a webinar for deeper learning. Visit our newly created K12 Hub for all of our quality resources housed in one easy-to-navigate space! Search our collection by topic, grade level, or content type to locate just the right resource to meet your needs. Looking for a downloadable to use in your classroom tomorrow? Or a podcast to inspire new thinking about literacy education? We’ve got you covered in the K12 Hub!