Epic Story Faves

Thanks to everyone who submitted an epic story — and tagged and shared it with DE — as part of our recent challenge! You sent in boards with a huge variety of topics and story styles. As promised, we’re going to feature a few of our favorites, right here, over the next few weeks. Enjoy our […]

Go on a Quest

The Smithsonian Quest site  provides a variety of investigative activities that allows students to earn digital badges.  You need to create an account (and obtain a code to have your students join). For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.

The Right to Vote

If your students are exploring the women suffrage movement, then you will want to explore the Newseum site Women, Their Rights and Nothing Less.  You will need to sign up for a free account to access all the resources. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.

Just books- just read!

Get your free ebooks here  with Just Books- over 500 books with the sound tracks.  You can search by grade level, language, and type.  You could use the Spanish book in a foreign language class as well as for some of your  ESL students. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.

Making comments easier

Do you find yourself writing the same comments on your students assignments?  While there are some subscriptions Add- ons (GradingHelp for example), you can use Clipboard to make the job easier.  After you add it to your Google account, simply type your comments and add them to Clipboard.  You can also type directly into Clipboard. […]