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Tools and Resources to Support Project-Based Learning (PBL)

Just Flip It
Imagine if you will…a learning space where homework is cleverly disguised as thinking...
Evernote for the Classroom
An elephant never FORGETS!! Evernote or “notes everywhere”. Evernote is a popular website...
Apps for Creating & Sharing Content
Teq is always exploring the newest and best apps for the classroom, from new features of old class...
QR Codes in the Classroom
You probably see Quick Response (QR) codes in advertisements, on products and online every day.

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Sample PBL Lessons

The concept of project-based learning has been around for quite some time, teaching students career-ready skills they will use in the real world. With the influx of modern technology in the classroom, projects have never been easier to administer. The following lessons are provided to get your class started.

Evernote for the Classroom

If you’re using Evernote, are thinking about using it, or just want to learn more about the Evernote family of apps (Evernote, Skitch, Penultimate, Clearly, Web Clipper), download our ebook Evernote for the Classroom.

Top 16 iPad Apps for Education

Our team of instructional technology specialists has assembled their list of the Top iPad Apps for Education eBook. Inside you’ll find overviews of 16 apps they’ve found teachers using in their classrooms, and their own personal favorites, including Educreations, Skitch, Edmodo, and Three Ring.

From the blog

Creating ePortfolios with Ease

Throughout a student’s school career, we support the development of products that reflect their learning – their drawings, stories, research papers or perhaps photographs of work. Saving that work over time, we begin to see the development of the student as a learner. Read more...

A Little Bird Told Me

Digital storytelling has become more prominent in our schools in the past few years. Software such as PhotoStory 3, Windows MovieMaker, or iMovie have made the process relatively easy. Online tools are also available making it quite easy to publish student work to the web. Read more...

NSTA STEM Forum & Expo, Part 1

Last weekend we had the privilege of spending a few days at the National Science Teacher’s Association event in Atlantic City. The focus was on STEM education at the elementary and middle school levels, with the emphasis on the engineering and design process. There were a ton of great sessions offered. Read more...

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