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41 Websites for Teachers to Integrate Tech into Your Classroom

This list has a little bit of everything, and will kick-start your effort to put technology into your lesson plans:

  1. 10 Tech Alternatives to Book Reports

    Tag Galaxy

    Add a word; hone in on what you mean; get a globe covered with pictures

  2. Read, write, think
  3. Animations, assessments, charts, more
  4. Biomes/Habitats—for teachers
  5. Create a magazine cover
  6. Create free activities and diagrams in a Flash!
  7. Create free activities. No signup
  8. Creative Tools
  9. Crossword Puzzle Maker
  10. Easy Techie Stuff for the Classroom
  11. Easy Web 2.0 tools
  12. Environmental footprint
  13. Flashcards or Worksheets
  14. Free online tools (Web 2.0)
  15. Geography Activities—for teachers
  16. Glogster—posters
  17. Hollywood Sq/Jeopardy Templates
  18. How to Videos for Web 2.0
  19. Jeopardy Games in PowerPoint
  20. K-8 school-related videos. Tons
  21. Mapping ideas with a tag globe
  22. Newspapers around the world
  23. Online quizzes you create, online grades
  24. Online tools (Web 2.0)—all free
  25. Password creator
  26. Posters—8×10 at a time
  27. PowerPoint stuff
  28. PowerPoint Templates
  29. Print Large Posters in 8×10 bits
  30. Print Posters One Page at a Time
  31. Publish the magazines
  32. Pupil Tube
  33. Puzzle maker—for study guides, etc.
  34. Shelfari—share books with students
  35. So many Free online tools (Web 2.0) 
  36. Tag clouds
  37. Teach vocab–prefixes/suffixes, word lists, more
  38. Training videos
  39. Turn pictures into Videos–Easily
  40. Turn short stories into page-turning books
  41. Vocab, prefix/suffix, word lists and more

Do you have any to add to this list?


Jacqui Murray is the editor of a technology curriculum for K-fifth grade and creator of two technology training books for middle school. She is the author of Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy midshipman.  She is webmaster for five blogs, an Amazon Vine Voice book reviewer, a columnist for Examiner.com, and a weekly contributor to Write Anything and Technology in Education. Currently, she’s working on a techno-thriller that should be ready this summer. Contact Jacqui at her writing office or her tech lab, Ask a Tech Teacher.

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52 thoughts on “41 Websites for Teachers to Integrate Tech into Your Classroom

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  2. Jacqui,

    Hi nice blog, I’m building a web site and was wondering about the legality of posting oth links form their pages or sites on mine, as you have done…. is this OK. I found this link on Facebook, posted by a friend from NMSU.

    A fellow educator and technology leader,

    Joey

    • It’s acceptable to post links to other pages as long as you give credit where necessary. It’s all about helping other teachers and students. what some people do is copy content without giving credit, thereby making it sound like it’s their own. That’s no good. Thanks for checking.

      • Hi Joey

        Just say the list was created by Ask a Tech Teacher and link back to my post. If you’re just linking to a single website on the list, no need to give credit. Thanks for checking, Joey.

  3. Hi Jacqui,
    Thanks for the reply. Great will do. If I am for example linking on my site to marcopolo.com or ISTE or thewebquestpage. etal. all I need to do is use the proper cite and maybe above the link the name of the site or author…or a statement at the top of the page indicating I am not the author. Or may I just cite the site…sorry bout all the Q’s.

    Muchas gracias and happy memorial dia.

    • Hi Joey
      Blogs are much more informal than research papers. As long as you make it clear this isn’t your work–that you’re sharing someone else’s–you’re fine. All the ways you suggested will work. I often say something like, “Fellow blogger, ***, has this to say…”

      I look forward to reading your finished product.

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