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STEMcoach.com

STEMcoach provides STEM teachers with science curriculum resources, hands-on investigations, ready-made research lessons, classroom tips, online chats with other teachers, and videos.
Posted 01 Nov 2014- Nov/Dec 2014 Issue By

ProQuest

ProQuest develops information content and technologies which provide vast and varied information, packaged in multiple formats with digital technologies that enhance discovery, sharing, and management. Innovative services aid acquisition, management, and discovery of ProQuest content and your own library's collections.
Posted 01 Nov 2014- Nov/Dec 2014 Issue By

PBS Math Club (YouTube show)

PBS Math Club is a series of short videos in YouTube format, essentially a YouTube "channel" intended to work like a casual, after-school study club. It is social-media intensive since it is a vlog (video blog) of sorts and allows students to comment. Users with YouTube accounts subscribe to the program.
Posted 01 Nov 2014- Nov/Dec 2014 Issue By

Goodreads

Goodreads, a social media site for finding and sharing book titles, has more than 20 million members. The site enables people to share books they are reading, rate books they have already read, and list what they are considering next. They can do this publicly or among a self-selected network of online friends.
Posted 01 Sep 2014- Sep/Oct 2014 Issue By

Nova Elements

Nova Elements presents a movie and interactive activity on the elements in the Periodic Table.
Posted 01 Sep 2014- Sep/Oct 2014 Issue By

iTunes University

iTunes University provides free access to complete courses taught by instructors from leading universities and schools. It is also a web-based tool that lets educators build courses for their own students.
Posted 01 Sep 2014- Sep/Oct 2014 Issue By

MimioScience

MimioScience consists of interactive whiteboard units currently comprising 76 units and 224 lessons based on Next Generation Science Standards.
Posted 01 May 2014- May/June 2014 Issue By

The Radix Endeavor

The Radix Endeavor is an educational MMO game in development funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. A MMO game is a massively multiplayer online game that must be played online and can be played by thousands of students at the same time.
Posted 01 May 2014- May/June 2014 Issue By

Drawp for School

Drawp for School is a children's iPad app that fosters self-expression and communication. Using the app, kids can create and share art using creativity tools and the app's SimpleShare technology.
Posted 01 May 2014- May/June 2014 Issue By

Cram

Flashcards are one of the faster and better ways to memorize most kinds of information. Cram utilizes the Leitner system of studying and can be used to create and store flashcards for later use or to borrow flashcards created by others. Flashcards can be created and studied on whichever electronic device is used to access the website or run the app.
Posted 01 Mar 2014- Mar/Apr 2014 Issue By

eBackpack

Using the app or website, eBackpack enables the educator to create assignments and then view and grade completed assignments online. Notes and annotations can be made on top of the document and then returned to students. It offers classroom management, online file storage, and collaboration tools.
Posted 01 Mar 2014- Mar/Apr 2014 Issue By

digedu

digedu is a technology tool for teachers to design differentiated and interactive lessons using any digital device.
Posted 01 Mar 2014- Mar/Apr 2014 Issue By

Scientific Learning Reading Assistant

Reading Assistant is designed to be used by beginning readers, English language learners, and struggling readers who have attained basic word recognition and decoding skills and are now building their vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension.
Posted 27 Jan 2014- Jan/Feb 2014 Issue By

Blendspace

Blendspace is a tool that allows the user to employ videos, images, plain text, and URLs in creating multimedia presentations.
Posted 27 Jan 2014- Jan/Feb 2014 Issue By

Storybird

Storybird is a web-based site providing a tool for students to create art-inspired stories and poems.
Posted 06 Nov 2013- Nov/Dec 2013 Issue By

VoiceThread

VoiceThread is a cloud application that enables the user to create, upload, share, and discuss documents, presentations, images, audio files, and videos. Five options (microphone, webcam, text, phone, and audio-file upload) provide a commenting capacity on VoiceThread slides.
Posted 06 Nov 2013- Nov/Dec 2013 Issue By

Skype in the Classroom

Skype is an internet-based communications technology that can be used to connect classrooms the world over for projects using voice, video, or text.
Posted 06 Nov 2013- Nov/Dec 2013 Issue By

Net Texts Content Management System

Net Texts is a series of textbooks and a management and development system intended to supplement or replace textbooks, thereby saving money and taking advantage of student fascination with and involvement in current technology.
Posted 06 Nov 2013- Nov/Dec 2013 Issue By

5D+ GoObserve

5D+ GoObserve is an electronic teacher observation and evaluation tool that was developed in partnership with the Center for Educational Leadership (CEL) at the University of Washington using the 5 Dimensions of Teaching and Learning teacher evaluation rubric in the only electronic package currently available.
Posted 01 Sep 2013- Sep/Oct 2013 Issue By

Mobl21

Teachers use Mobl21 programs to create structured student learning materials. After those materials are transferred to student devices, students can use them anytime, anywhere. Emantras has created communities for sharing teacher-created materials.
Posted 01 Sep 2013- Sep/Oct 2013 Issue By

ST Math

Spatial-Temporal (ST) Math offers self-paced, language-independent, mastery-based games designed to teach math concepts.
Posted 01 Sep 2013- Sep/Oct 2013 Issue By

StudyBlue

StudyBlue is an online study tool for students offering flash cards, personalized quizzes, study reminders, study stats to measure mastery, and study filters to provide focus.
Posted 01 Sep 2013- Sep/Oct 2013 Issue By

myON

myON Reader is a personalized library of more than 3,000 digital books at all reading levels. Books can be accessed anywhere, anytime.
Posted 01 May 2013- May/Jun 2013 Issue By

Kno

Kno offers interactive K-12 textbooks with links to content, the web, and interactive modules.
Posted 01 May 2013- May/Jun 2013 Issue By

Discovery Education Techbooks

Discovery Education Techbooks are a complete text solution that addresses each state's Core Standards (currently available in 36 states), with a simple-to-use system that helps teachers transition to digital resources while substantially lowering district costs. This primary instructional resource provides dynamic, interactive resources that support the 5E model of instruction (engage, explore, explain, extend, and evaluate) with a variety of digital resources.
Posted 01 May 2013- May/Jun 2013 Issue By

Britannica School

Britannica School was developed to replace textbooks with digital alternatives that address each state's core standards and engage student curiosity to enhance learning. An easy-to-use system helps teachers transition to digital resources and use them, while lowering district costs.
Posted 01 May 2013- May/Jun 2013 Issue By

Turnitin

Turnitin is a tool for use with student writing whether in a writing instruction class or as part of other subjects, such social studies classes. The teacher sets up a class and assignment(s) in the Turnitin service. Students or instructors then submit papers to Turnitin via file upload or cut and paste. Turnitin then evaluates the writing using three core tools so students and teachers can see the results as layered feedback.
Posted 01 Mar 2013- Mar/Apr 2013 Issue By

Compass Learning Odyssey

Compass Learning Odyssey, which is fully aligned to the Common Core State Standards, includes complete K-12 math, language arts, social science, and science curriculum, which are research-based and include interactive activities, manipulatives, videos, graphics, and animations along with audio reading passages in digital format.
Posted 01 Mar 2013- Mar/Apr 2013 Issue By

Mayan Mysteries

Mayan Mysteries is an online puzzle-based game. Players explore the world of the ancient Mayan civilization.
Posted 01 Mar 2013- Mar/Apr 2013 Issue By

LearningStation Insight

LearningStation Insight provides educators with a tool that can create assessments aligned to state standards, can identify achievement gaps, and can access aligned resources for immediate remediation. Student progress is monitored through daily and weekly reports.
Posted 01 Mar 2013- Mar/Apr 2013 Issue By

Screencast.com

Screencast.com is a media-hosting tool that enables users to upload videos or images to share information and knowledge on the web in multimedia formats.
Posted 01 Jan 2013- Jan/Feb 2013 Issue By

Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a collection of more than 3,500 short instructional videos that provide learning activities in the areas of math, science, computer science, finance, economics, humanities, and test prep.
Posted 01 Jan 2013- Jan/Feb 2013 Issue By

Globaloria

Globaloria is a social learning network that enables students to develop STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) knowledge and job skills through game design. It includes a set of simple examples, tutorials, and simulations in a customizable, 1-year curriculum.
Posted 01 Jan 2013- Jan/Feb 2013 Issue By

Knewton Adaptive Learning Platform

Knewton is a technology that transforms any computer or web-based content into a personalized experience for each learner, keeps track of progress, and recommends future study.
Posted 01 Jan 2013- Jan/Feb 2013 Issue By

Discovery Education for iPad

Discovery Education's iPad web app provides access to a database of video clips covering all core subjects in grades K-12.
Posted 01 Nov 2012- Nov/Dec 2012 Issue By

Pocket Literacy Coach

Pocket Literacy Coach sends daily text messages suggesting creative learning activities to a parent's mobile phone.
Posted 01 Nov 2012- Nov/Dec 2012 Issue By

Nearpod

Nearpod is a classroom collaboration tool that allows instructors to create their own custom, interactive presentations that they can push onto student iPods or computers with the School or Gold edition.
Posted 01 Nov 2012- Nov/Dec 2012 Issue By

Shakespeare In Bits

Shakespeare In Bits uses animated re-enactment, full audio, and unabridged text to present individual plays in a multimedia approach to learning and teaching the plays.
Posted 01 Nov 2012- Nov/Dec 2012 Issue By

StudySync

StudySync is a web-based program of more than 350 classic and contemporary text excerpts from novels. The program is designed to build reading, writing, and critical thinking skills. Texts are tied to common core standards.
Posted 01 Sep 2012- Sep/Oct 2012 Issue By

Alleyoop

Alleyoop is an online college readiness network for teens providing math instruction in Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, and Algebra II.
Posted 01 Sep 2012- Sep/Oct 2012 Issue By

Schoology

Schoology is a learning management system (LMS) like Blackboard or Moodle, but it has more features. It offers a way to manage lessons, engage students, share content, and connect with other educators. It is an easy-to-use, easy-to-implement online learning, classroom management, and social networking platform that improves learning through better communication and collaboration and increased access to curriculum and supplemental content.
Posted 01 Sep 2012- Sep/Oct 2012 Issue By

Teachscape Professional Learning Suite

Teachscape's Professional Learning Suite facilitates teacher training with access to a large number of easy-to-use, research-based online multimedia content libraries. These video and print libraries help teachers and instructional leaders deepen their understanding of academic content while developing effective strategies for improving teaching and learning.
Posted 01 Sep 2012- Sep/Oct 2012 Issue By

LearnZillion

LearnZillion is a learning platform that combines video lessons, assessments, and progress reporting with each lesson highlighting a common core standard. Teachers can assign lessons to classes or individuals when remedial or enrichment math work is needed.
Posted 01 May 2012- May/Jun 2012 Issue By

Britannica Pathways: Science

Britannica Pathways: Science brings the full weight of Encyclopaedia Britannica's outstanding and extensive resources to bear in this supplemental tool for middle school science instruction. It consists of a guided discussion that helps students form hypotheses, which they research. Then, the hypotheses are checked with basic, multiple-choice quizzes and a follow-up activity.
Posted 01 May 2012- May/Jun 2012 Issue By

Common Core 360

Common Core 360 is a professional development program designed to help classroom teachers align math and language arts curricula to the Common Core Standards.
Posted 01 May 2012- May/Jun 2012 Issue By

Insight 360

Insight 360 is an integrated system of mobile, interactive hardware, and intuitive software that delivers formative ongoing assessments to track student progress.
Posted 01 May 2012- May/Jun 2012 Issue By

Symantec Endpoint Protection

Symantec Endpoint Protection combines Symantec AntiVirus with advanced threat prevention. It integrates security technologies in a single agent and management console.
Posted 01 Mar 2012- Mar/Apr 2012 Issue By

Websense

Educational facilities serving K-12 students need to provide safe access to Web 2.0 resources for students and staff, while also complying with laws such as the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA), the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and data retention and retrieval requirements. Another challenge faced is savvy students attempting to circumvent acceptable use policies. Websense security solutions help K-12 schools address these challenges, enabling productive use of the web; protecting against inbound threats such as spam, malware, and blended threats; and helping to ensure compliance.
Posted 01 Mar 2012- Mar/Apr 2012 Issue By

SonicWALL NSA 3500

SonicWALL NSA 3500 is an integrated security appliance used to provide the user with online security on the internet.
Posted 01 Mar 2012- Mar/Apr 2012 Issue By

Gaggle

Gaggle online tools are used by K-12 students to communicate safely using Web 2.0 technologies, providing a secure online social learning environment made specifically for schools. Gaggle Apps are tightly integrated into the complete Gaggle system.
Posted 01 Mar 2012- Mar/Apr 2012 Issue By

HotChalk

HotChalk is a learning management system that includes a lesson plan library. Teachers can manage curricula, develop student rosters, distribute assignments and quizzes, create lesson plans, post messages, share resources and best practices, and maintain an electronic gradebook.
Posted 01 Jan 2012- Jan/Feb 2012 Issue By

Pinnacle Suite From Global Scholar

Pinnacle Suite takes a holistic view of student achievement by supplying tools that generate assessment results and clear ways to analyze students' needs. Using state and national standards, teachers are shown which needs match with the standards and where additional instruction is required.
Posted 01 Jan 2012- Jan/Feb 2012 Issue By

Blackboard Learn 9.1

Blackboard Learn 9.1 is intended to be a complete learning management system for course delivery. The Content Management, Course Delivery, and Community Engagement modules make up the Blackboard Learn platform. Blackboard Drive, the newest feature of the Content Management module, allows educators to save time by editing and managing Blackboard Learn content straight from the desktop.
Posted 01 Jan 2012- Jan/Feb 2012 Issue By

SharePoint LMS

Through software installed on the server, SharePoint LMS enables users to create and administer multimedia courses on the internet.
Posted 01 Jan 2012- Jan/Feb 2012 Issue By

World Book Classroom: Dramatic Learning

World Book Dramatic Learning provides original scripts, skits, and monologues to build reading fluency and content comprehension.
Posted 01 Nov 2011- Nov/Dec 2011 Issue By

Britannica Image Quest

Britannica Image Quest provides access to more than 2 million images covering all subject areas. The images are cleared for noncommercial educational use.
Posted 01 Nov 2011- Nov/Dec 2011 Issue By

Grolier Online

Grolier Online is a re-engineered, redesigned version of this web-based, subscription with new content and digital research tools. It tailors content for each user with an enhanced search engine that enables access to articles, maps, and videos that are adjustable to various reading levels.
Posted 01 Nov 2011- Nov/Dec 2011 Issue By

Lexia Reading v 8.0

Lexia Reading 8.0 provides a complete technology-based reading curriculum. It provides the needed practice, additional paper-based instruction, and skills practice to enable students to learn to read. Lexia Reading offers students a reading program that provides intensive time on task, with focused activities, scaffolding, and branching. It immediately assesses and reports to teachers exactly how each student is progressing.
Posted 01 Nov 2011- Nov/Dec 2011 Issue By

Quizlet

Quizlet is a flashcards and study games website offered in multiple languages, with visuals and voice in some languages. All flashcards are user-generated. Quizlet contains elements of social networking to promote learning through groups and a blog.
Posted 01 Sep 2011- Sep/Oct 2011 Issue By

Sokikom

Sokikom is a single-player, skill-based math program that adjusts activities to individual students.
Posted 01 Sep 2011- Sep/Oct 2011 Issue By

Room 21, from Super Star Learning

Room 21 is an online learning management system designed to bring education into the 21st century. Students take online classes, and teachers design lessons to capture the spirit of 21st-century learning. Designed as a social learning platform, Room 21 provides tools for parents, students, principals, and teachers to collaborate, and it supports comprehensive skills needed to meet the challenges of the Common Core State Standards.
Posted 01 Sep 2011- Sep/Oct 2011 Issue By

Smart Science, from ParaComp, Inc.

In Smart Science labs, students interactively collect data from real-world videos. Students predict results and then compare the results to their predictions. Teachers review the students' work.
Posted 01 Sep 2011- Sep/Oct 2011 Issue By

ePals LearningSpace

ePals LearningSpace is a web-based communication and collaboration tool for district and school use.
Posted 01 May 2011- May/Jun 2011 Issue By

Kidblog

Kidblog's simple tools allow students to publish posts and participate in discussions within a secure classroom blogging community. Teachers maintain complete control over student blogs including giving final approval before student blogs are posted.
Posted 01 May 2011- May/Jun 2011 Issue By

Edublogs

Edublogs is for creating and managing student and teacher blogs with customizable designs. Blogs can be created and managed by individual teachers or school districts for as many students as needed, all in a secure environment. Edublogs also hosts the blogs, which can be public or private, as well. Its site features a "community" with more than 688,000 public blogs on educational topics.
Posted 01 May 2011- May/Jun 2011 Issue By

Capstone Digital’s myON.com

myON.com is a personalized learning program and the first digital platform to recommend books to students based on interest and reading level. Hundreds of digital books are available from several publishers and are shown in color with features such as highlighting text or reading text aloud to students who need those features.
Posted 01 May 2011- May/Jun 2011 Issue By

Edmodo

Edmodo gives teachers and students a secure and easy way to post classroom materials, share links and videos, and access homework, grades, and school notices. They can store and share all forms of digital content including blogs, links, pictures, video, documents, presentations, and more. Also included are features specifically for schools and districts that can be accessed for free by administrators.
Posted 01 Mar 2011- Mar/Apr 2011 Issue By

Atomic Learning

Atomic Learning is a subscription service that offers online training and resources to educators and students for software, applications, and 21 st-century productivity skills. Training is delivered via short tutorial movies.
Posted 01 Mar 2011- Mar/Apr 2011 Issue By

PD 360

PD 360 is an on-demand (ready for use whenever needed) library of professional teacher development resources that makes professional development more effective, convenient, and sustainable.
Posted 01 Mar 2011- Mar/Apr 2011 Issue By

Sublime Learning

Sublime Learning services offer training for educators in the effective use of technology as it is woven together with teaching best practices.
Posted 01 Mar 2011- Mar/Apr 2011 Issue By

SCAN by TregoED

SCAN by TregoEd is an interactive program that provides many lessons on social studies topics, current and past. The format is also available for teachers to create their own lessons or just enhance the lessons that are provided.
Posted 01 Jan 2011- Jan/Feb 2011 Issue By

Science Power From World Book Classroom

Science Power from World Book Classroom is an interactive program that brings science alive for students. It includes multimedia, teacher guides and tests for each lesson. Lessons can be presented to whole groups, small groups, or individuals.
Posted 01 Jan 2011- Jan/Feb 2011 Issue By

Mobl21, from Emantras, Inc.

Mobl21 is an easy-to-use platform enabling educational mobility. With the editor, individual teachers, students, or institutions can create and share learning assets that complement formal courses, extending learning through the use of desktop widgets, social networking sites, and devices such as the iPhone and iPod touch. Facebook, iGoogle, Android, BlackBerry, and Flash Lite apps will be available soon.
Posted 01 Jan 2011- Jan/Feb 2011 Issue By

Blackboard Mobile Learn

Blackboard Mobile Learn allows students and educators to access teaching and learning wherever and whenever they want through two-way interactions on mobile devices. Blackboard Mobile Learn extends the course experience of Blackboard Learn, a web-based teaching and learning platform.
Posted 01 Jan 2011- Jan/Feb 2011 Issue By

TimeMAPS, from Realityworks

Charles Doe reviews TimeMAPS, a money management and life skills program, a complete course or a supplement, intended to teach "personal finance literacy" defined as the knowledge needed to make responsible financial decisions.
Posted 01 Nov 2010- Nov/Dec 2010 Issue By

Shmoop

Alice Kurtz reviews Shmoop, a free portal of digital resources, primarily for literature and social studies topics, that help students relate subjects being studied in school to their daily lives.
Posted 01 Nov 2010- Nov/Dec 2010 Issue By

Cognite, from Follett Software Co.

Victor Rivero reviews Cognite from Follett Software Co., a digital learning environment that integrates discovery and organization tools, collaboration, and communication.
Posted 01 Sep 2010- Sep/Oct 2010 Issue By

The Student Bullying and Violence Prevention Program

Susan Finley reviews the Student Bullying and Violence Prevention Program, which provides online training and resources teachers can use to communicate with students about bullying and violence-related issues.
Posted 01 Jul 2010- Jul/Aug 2010 Issue By

Study Island SAT/Study Island ACT

Charles Doe reviews the subscription-based Study Island SAT and Study Island ACT test preparation programs.
Posted 01 Jul 2010- Jul/Aug 2010 Issue By

Early World of Learning

Susan Hixson reviews Early World of Learning, the newest addition to the World Book Classroom series, which focuses on preschool and early reading education. The online program supports educators as they help students build vocabulary, comprehension, phonics, and reading fluency.
Posted 01 Jul 2010- Jul/Aug 2010 Issue By

Canon PowerShot SD1200 IS Digital Camera

Charles Doe takes a look at the Canon PowerShot SD1200 IS Digital Camera.
Posted 01 May 2010- May/Jun 2010 Issue By

Lost Nation: The Ioway

Alice Kurtz discusses "Lost Nation: The Ioway," an interactive DVD that allows students to explore the plight of one tribe of Native Americans as Europeans moved westward across the North American continent.
Posted 01 May 2010- May/Jun 2010 Issue By

School Town

Susan Hixson reviews School Town, an online collaborative learning resource.
Posted 01 May 2010- May/Jun 2010 Issue By

Epson PowerLite Presenter

Charles Doe takes a look at the Epson PowerLite Presenter, a portable projector/DVD/speaker combo that can be used without a computer to display the contents of a DVD, CD, USB memory device, iPod, or a variety of other electronic media.
Posted 01 Mar 2010- Mar/Apr 2010 Issue By

Interactive Science Middle School Program

Sally Finley reviews Pearson's Interactive Science Middle School Program, an online science program that uses grade-level textbook and online resources.
Posted 01 Mar 2010- Mar/Apr 2010 Issue By

The Historian's Apprentice

Alice Kurtz reviews The Historian's Apprentice, a social studies program that enables students to act as historians as they follow a protocol for examining primary and secondary sources to answer complex questions from American history.
Posted 01 Mar 2010- Mar/Apr 2010 Issue By

Achiever!

Sally Finley reviews Achiever!, a student assessment program.
Posted 01 Jan 2010- Jan/Feb 2010 Issue By

it’s learning

Susan Hixson takes a look at it's learning, an online learning platform for collaboration, planning, authoring, and the delivery of course materials and courses.
Posted 01 Jan 2010- Jan/Feb 2010 Issue By

Read:OutLoud 6

Charles Doe reviews the Read:OutLoud6 text reader from Don Johnston, Inc.
Posted 01 Jan 2010- Jan/Feb 2010 Issue By

Grzimek's Animal Life

Sally Finley reviews Grzimek's Animal Life, an online animal reference database from Gale Cengage Learning.
Posted 01 Nov 2009- Nov/Dec 2009 Issue By

RAPS 360 (Reading Analysis & Prescription System)

Charles Doe reviews RAPS 360, a reading assessment program designed to identify problem areas in all aspects of reading, including phonics, visual and auditory discrimination, word meaning and recognition, fluency, comprehension, eye tracking, and more.
Posted 01 Nov 2009- Nov/Dec 2009 Issue By

The September 11th Education Program: A National Interdisciplinary Curriculum

Alice Kurtz reviews The September 11th Education Program: A National Interdisciplinary Curriculum, a seven-unit multimedia curriculum focused on the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
Posted 01 Nov 2009- Nov/Dec 2009 Issue By

Study Buddy Handheld Tutors

Charles Doe reviews the Study Buddy Handheld Tutor, a device that offers electronic multiple choice practice opportunities for students of all ages.
Posted 01 Sep 2009- Sep/Oct 2009 Issue By

Classworks Web Edition

Sally Finley reviews Classworks Web Edition, an online subscription service that provides individualized standards-based instruction in math, reading, language arts, and science.
Posted 01 Sep 2009- Sep/Oct 2009 Issue By

Maps101.com

Susan Hixson reviews Maps101.com, a subscription-based online resource that provides access to thousands of interactive maps, videos, animated timelines, educational games, and educator resources for teaching earth science, geography, history, and social studies.
Posted 01 Sep 2009- Sep/Oct 2009 Issue By

Epson DC-06 Document Camera

Charles Doe reviews the portable and affordable Epson DC-06 Document Camera.
Posted 01 Jul 2009- Jul/Aug 2009 Issue By

Aha!Science

Sally Finley reviews Aha!Science, a supplemental program of instruction, lessons, games, simulations, journaling, activities, and quizzes for grades 3–5 focusing on life science, Earth and space science, and physical science.
Posted 01 Jul 2009- Jul/Aug 2009 Issue By

Discovery Education streaming Plus

Alice Kurtz reviews Discovery Education streaming Plus, a web-based subscription servce that offers digital content and a media resource library service.
Posted 01 Jul 2009- Jul/Aug 2009 Issue By

eLibrary

Alice Kurtz reviews eLibrary, a web-based collection of periodicals, images, learning resources, and teacher tools.
Posted 01 May 2009- May/Jun 2009 Issue By

LabQuest Library

Sally Finley reviews LabQuest Library, a LabQuest-focused toolkit that includes a lab creator, lab organizer, and links to LabQuest device upgrades.
Posted 01 May 2009- May/Jun 2009 Issue By

PebbleGo

Charles Doe reviews PebbleGo, a program designed to introduce database skills and research concepts to students in grades K-2.
Posted 01 May 2009- May/Jun 2009 Issue By

Miller & Levine Biology/Biology.com

Sally Finley reviews Biology.com, an online student and teacher edition of Pearson's "Miller & Levine Biology" textbook.
Posted 01 Mar 2009- Mar/Apr 2009 Issue By

World Book Student

Alice Kurtz reviews World Book Student, the redesigned and upgraded version of the World Book Online Reference Center.
Posted 01 Mar 2009- Mar/Apr 2009 Issue By

PBS TeacherLine Peer Connection

Charles Doe reviews PBS TeacherLine Peer Connection, a web-based instructional and professional development resource.
Posted 01 Mar 2009- Mar/Apr 2009 Issue By

Learning Plans on Demand

Susan Hixson reviews Learning Plans on Demand, an online program that provides teaching tools for differentiating instruction, constructs response assessments, and offers tutorials and practice activities.
Posted 01 Mar 2009- Mar/Apr 2009 Issue By

Adaptive Curriculum

Sally Finley reviews Adaptive Curriculum, an online library of middle school math and science lessons aligned to national and state standards.
Posted 01 Jan 2009- Jan/Feb 2009 Issue By

Teachscape XL

Charles Doe takes a look at Teachscape XL, a Web-based digital database with a search engine and tools to create learning materials.
Posted 01 Jan 2009- Jan/Feb 2009 Issue By

Type to Learn 4: Agents of Information

Susan Hixson reviews Type to Learn 4, a keyboarding program designed for K-12 students at a variety of skill levels.
Posted 01 Jan 2009- Jan/Feb 2009 Issue By

Discovery Education Science for Elementary

Sally Finley takes a look at Discovery Education Science for Elementary, an online standards-based science curriculum.
Posted 01 Nov 2008- Nov/Dec 2008 Issue By

Timeliner XE

Alice Kurtz reviews Timeliner XE, a software program designed to organize data into visual multimedia diagrams such as timelines, sequences, and cycles.
Posted 01 Nov 2008- Nov/Dec 2008 Issue By

School Loop Standard

Charles Doe reviews School Loop Standard, a Web-based software program for Web site creation and management.
Posted 01 Nov 2008- Nov/Dec 2008 Issue By

NXT Sensor Adapter for LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT

Sally Finley reviews the NXT Sensor Adapter, a device that enables a LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robotics system to use sensor-based controls.
Posted 01 Sep 2008- Sep/Oct 2008 Issue By

Bamboo Fun Pen Tablet

Charles Doe reviews the Bamboo Fun Pen Tablet, a computer input device.
Posted 01 Sep 2008- Sep/Oct 2008 Issue By

Animation-ish (Classroom Edition)

Charles Doe reviews Animation-ish, a computer program designed to help students create animations.
Posted 01 Sep 2008- Sep/Oct 2008 Issue By

SAT Method Test Prep

Susan Hixson reviews an online test prep program for the SAT.
Posted 01 Sep 2008- Sep/Oct 2008 Issue By

The Library of Congress Experience and myLOC.gov

Alice Kurtz takes a look at two new web sites from the Library of Congress.
Posted 01 Jul 2008- Jul/Aug 2008 Issue By

Smart Talk Español

Rhonda Clevenson reviews Smart Talk Español, an interactive learning device designed to help students develop vocabulary, oral language, and word recognition skills.
Posted 01 Jul 2008- Jul/Aug 2008 Issue By

Writing Roadmap 2.0

Charles Doe reviews Writing Roadmap 2.0, an online essay scoring tool designed to give students practice in building writing skills.
Posted 01 Jul 2008- Jul/Aug 2008 Issue By

MIND Research Institute Algebra Readiness

Sally Finley reviews MIND Research Institute Algebra Readiness, a program that provides a visual learning approach for a comprehensive algebra readiness curriculum for grades 6-12.
Posted 01 May 2008- May/Jun 2008 Issue By

Learn360

Alie Kurtz reivews Learn360, a video streaming service for K-12.
Posted 01 May 2008- May/Jun 2008 Issue By

Lexia Reading v5

Charles Doe reviews Lexia Reading v5, a collection of three software programs combined with management functions.
Posted 01 May 2008- May/Jun 2008 Issue By

Kidspiration 3

Susan Hixson reviews Kidspiration 3, the latest version of the cross-curricular visual learning program for grades K-5.
Posted 01 May 2008- May/Jun 2008 Issue By

LabQuest

Sally Finley reviews LabQuest, a handheld data collection tool that can be used as a stand-alone device or a computer interface.
Posted 01 Mar 2008- Mar/Apr 2008 Issue By

DOMA—Diagnostic Online Math Assessment

Susan Hixson reviews DOMA, an Internet-based supplemental math assessment program for use with grades K-12.
Posted 01 Mar 2008- Mar/Apr 2008 Issue By

WordBuild Elements Level 1

Charles Doe reviews WordBuild Elements Level 1, a spiraling vocabulary curriculum for grades 3-12.
Posted 01 Mar 2008- Mar/Apr 2008 Issue By

Evolver Pre-Algebra

Sally Finley reviews Evolver Pre-Algebra for grades 6-12.
Posted 01 Mar 2008- Mar/Apr 2008 Issue By

GeoSafari Quiz Bowl

Rhonda Clevenson reviews GeoSafari Quiz Bowl, an interactive electronic educational game that simulates a television game show in the classroom.
Posted 01 Jan 2008- Jan/Feb 2008 Issue By

Fluent Reading Trainer (FLRT)

Charles Doe reviews Fluent Reading Trainer (FLRT), a Web-based program that helps students increase reading speed while improving or maintaining reading comprehension.
Posted 01 Jan 2008- Jan/Feb 2008 Issue By

Knowledge Adventure Activity Builder

Susan Hixson reviews Knowledge Adventure Activity Builder, an online teacher tool.
Posted 01 Jan 2008- Jan/Feb 2008 Issue By

Tool Factory Podcasting

Sally Finley reviews Tool Factory Podcasting, a Windows-based program that provides the tools needed to create and publish podcasts.
Posted 01 Nov 2007- Nov/Dec 2007 Issue By

START EDITING NOW! Classroom Workshop Edition

Charles Doe reviews a DVD-based program designed to illustrate editing techniques and principles.
Posted 01 Nov 2007- Nov/Dec 2007 Issue By

Rapid Resources

Susan Hixson reviews Rapid Resources, an online teacher's tool for differentiating instruction.
Posted 01 Nov 2007- Nov/Dec 2007 Issue By

Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium 2008

Charles Doe reviews the tool package that includes Encarta Premium, Encarta Kids, Microsoft Math, Learning Essentials and more.
Posted 01 Nov 2007- Nov/Dec 2007 Issue By

Simon S.I.O. (Sounds It Out)

John Drag, Jr. reviews Simon S.I.O. (Sounds It Out), a tutor-led phonics intervention program for students of all ages who may be experiencing difficulty in mastering phonological awareness.
Posted 01 Sep 2007- Sep/Oct 2007 Issue By

Holt Virtual Investigations

Sally Finley reviews Holt Virtual Investigations, a science simulation available in middle school and high school editions.
Posted 01 Sep 2007- Sep/Oct 2007 Issue By

TeacherFileBox.com

Charles Doe reviews TeacherFilebox.com, an online collection of instructional resources for PreK-6 educators.
Posted 01 Sep 2007- Sep/Oct 2007 Issue By

World Book Advanced

Susan Hixson reviews World Book Advanced, designed for use in high school and beyond. This database also has been used successfully in middle schools.
Posted 01 Sep 2007- Sep/Oct 2007 Issue By

Radius Audio Learning System

Charles Doe reviews the Radius Audio Learning System, a hardware product that plays CD-ROMs and reads digital activity cards to process information and student responses.
Posted 01 Jul 2007- Jul/Aug 2007 Issue By

HELP Math

Susan Hixson reviews an online math curriculum for middle school students.
Posted 01 Jul 2007- Jul/Aug 2007 Issue By

When the Levees Broke /Teaching "The Levees"

Alice Kurtz reviews a mutidisciplinary program containing the award-winning documentary "When the Levees Broke" and a companion curriculum guide.
Posted 01 Jul 2007- Jul/Aug 2007 Issue By

Science Online

Sally Finley reviews Science Online, a comprehensive subscripton database from Facts On File, Inc.
Posted 01 Jul 2007- Jul/Aug 2007 Issue By

The Bridge of Vocabulary

Charles Doe reviews The Bridge of Vocabulary, a program that includes a book with 100 vocabulary activities and a companion CD-ROM that provides more than 300 additional activities.
Posted 01 May 2007- May/Jun 2007 Issue By

InspireData

Sally Finley reviews InspireData, database software focused on the concepts of visual learning and data literacy.
Posted 01 May 2007- May/Jun 2007 Issue By

Study Island

Susan Hixson reviews Study Island, an online program that delivers curriculum content and assessment features tied to state standards.
Posted 01 May 2007- May/Jun 2007 Issue By

Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society

Reviewer Alice Kurtz takes a look at Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society, a ready-reference database that examines today's major social issues.
Posted 01 May 2007- May/Jun 2007 Issue By

Great Source iwrite

Charles Doe reviews Great Source iwrite, a free Web-based writing resource for grades 5-12.
Posted 01 Mar 2007- Mar/Apr 2007 Issue By

Virtual History - Ancient Egypt

Alice Kurtz reviews Virtual History - Ancient Egypt, a CD-based computer simulation designed to allow students to experience life in the Egypt of 4,000 years ago.
Posted 01 Mar 2007- Mar/Apr 2007 Issue By

First in MATH

Sally Finley reviews First in MATH, a Web site that provides access to the 24 Game series, mathematics fact practice, test preparation, and critical thinking skills activities.
Posted 01 Mar 2007- Mar/Apr 2007 Issue By

WebLessons

Susan Hixson reviews WebLesssons, an online multimedia resource that replaces the typical browser window with a student learning path.
Posted 01 Mar 2007- Mar/Apr 2007 Issue By

Math'scool

John Drag, Jr. reviews Math'scool, a pre-algebra program that can be used with students in grades 3-8.
Posted 01 Jan 2007- Jan/Feb 2007 Issue By

Super Size Me: Educationally Enhanced DVD

Sally Finley takes a look at the Super Size Me: Educationally Enhanced DVD, a combination of the award-winning documentary and interactive learning features for students in grades 6-12.
Posted 01 Jan 2007- Jan/Feb 2007 Issue By

Rand McNally Classroom

Susan Hixson reviews Rand McNally Classroom, a Web site designed for teaching the K-12 curriculum in social studies, history and geography.
Posted 01 Jan 2007- Jan/Feb 2007 Issue By

WriteBrain

Charles Doe reviews WriteBrain, a Web-based multimedia writing program.
Posted 01 Jan 2007- Jan/Feb 2007 Issue By

Blue Zones: Quest for the True Fountain of Youth

Reviewer Sally Finley takes a look at Blue Zones: Quest for the True Fountain of Youth, the latest online exploration from Questmaster Dan Buettner.
Posted 01 Nov 2006- Nov/Dec 2006 Issue By

TeenBiz3000

Reviewer Charles Doe takes a look at TeenBiz3000, an Internet-based reading and writing supplemental program for grades 9-12.
Posted 01 Nov 2006- Nov/Dec 2006 Issue By

American History Online

Reviewer Alice Kurtz takes a look at American History Online, a database for 7th grade - high school learning.
Posted 01 Nov 2006- Nov/Dec 2006 Issue By

Straight Curve Mathematics Series 2

Reviewer John Drag, Jr. reviews Straight Curve Mathematics Series 2, a Web-based math program for grades 3-5.
Posted 01 Nov 2006- Nov/Dec 2006 Issue By

Nova5000EX

Charlie Doe reviews the Nova5000EX, a full-featured tablet computer or electronic learning slate that can be categorized somewhere between a handheld unit and a laptop computer.
Posted 01 Sep 2006- Sep/Oct 2006 Issue By

Let's Go Learn/Reading

Susan Hixson reviews Let's Go Learn/Reading, a K-12 diagnostic assessment program.
Posted 01 Sep 2006- Sep/Oct 2006 Issue By

MathAmigo 4

Reviewer Sally Finley writes about MathAmigo 4, a standards-based math software program.
Posted 01 Sep 2006- Sep/Oct 2006 Issue By

Issues and Controversies in American History

Reviewer Alice Kurtz takes a look at Issues and Controversies in American History, a subscription database from Facts on File News Services.
Posted 01 Sep 2006- Sep/Oct 2006 Issue By

Simulation Explorer

Sally Finley takes a look at Simulation Explorer, a collection of six science simulations presented at two levels of difficulty based on variables.
Posted 01 Jul 2006- July/Aug 2006 Issue By

PLATO Courses: History, Geography

Alice Kurtz reviews PLATO's semester-long online program for high school History and Geography coursework.
Posted 01 Jul 2006- July/Aug 2006 Issue By

Cosmeo

Susan Hixson takes a look at Cosmeo, the Web-based homework help resource from Discovery Education.
Posted 01 Jul 2006- July/Aug 2006 Issue By

Type to Learn Jr. New Keys for Kids

Charles Doe reviews Type to Learn Jr. New Keys for Kids, a keyboarding program for students in grades K-2.
Posted 01 Jul 2006- July/Aug 2006 Issue By

Califone DVD50-PLC Portable DVD Player

The Califone DVD50-PLC is a portable DVD player with a 7-inch screen, two headphones, cables that connect the unit to a television and/or sound equipment, an AC adapter, a rechargeable battery pack, and a remote control.
Posted 01 May 2006- May/June 2006 Issue By

Development of the Industrial U.S. Reference Library

The Development of the Industrial U.S. Reference Library, published by UXL, covers the history of America during the second half of the 19th century, a time when the country began its march toward the role of the wealthiest and most powerful industrial nation in the world.
Posted 01 May 2006- May/June 2006 Issue By

The Education Desktop

The Education Desktop is a customized Internet portal for teachers and students that provides access to education-appropriate applications and tools.
Posted 01 May 2006- May/June 2006 Issue By

Science Diagrams

Science Diagrams is a drawing program that provides access to more than 200 pre-constructed and edit-ready science-related diagrams, as well as the tools to create new diagrams.
Posted 01 May 2006- May/June 2006 Issue By

Freedom on the Move, Continuing the March Toward a More Perfect Union

Freedom on the Move, Continuing the March Toward a More Perfect Union offers students a multimedia experience focused on the important historical events associated with the civil rights movement, as well as an exploration of the issues of discrimination, prejudice, and bias.
Posted 01 Mar 2006- Mar/Apr 2006 Issue By

ST Math

Susan Hixson takes a look at updates to the math portion of ST Math + Music from MIND Institute.
Posted 01 Mar 2006- Mar/Apr 2006 Issue By

Gradebook2, Single-User Edition

Gradebook2, an assessment package available in a single-user edition, is reviewed by John Drag, Jr.
Posted 01 Mar 2006- Mar/Apr 2006 Issue By

Learning Essentials for Microsoft Office

Learning Essentials for Microsoft Office, a software tool that provides education-specific scaffolding for students and teachers using Microsoft Office applications, is reviewed by Charles Doe.
Posted 01 Mar 2006- Mar/Apr 2006 Issue By

P.E.T. Learning Styles Solution

Reviewer Susan Hixson examines P.E.T. Learning Styles Solution, an online program based on the work of Carl Jung that evaluates teaching and learning styles.
Posted 01 Jan 2006- Jan/Feb 2006 Issue By

Go! Motion

Sally Finley takes a lookat Go! Motion, a motion detector that connects directly to a computer's USB port to collect position, velocity and acceleration data for moving objects.
Posted 01 Jan 2006- Jan/Feb 2006 Issue By

Mobilepresenter BT

Reviewer Charles Doe takes a look at the Mobilepresenter BT, a wireless tablet used to annote presentations and run computers while a teacher or presenter is moving around a room.
Posted 01 Jan 2006- Jan/Feb 2006 Issue By

UltraKey 5.0

Reviewer Susan Hixson takes a look at ULtraKey 5.0 keyboarding software.
Posted 01 Nov 2005- Nov/Dec 2005 Issue By

The New Classroom Jeopardy!

Reviewer Charles Doe examines The New Classroom Jeopardy!
Posted 01 Nov 2005- Nov/Dec 2005 Issue By

MyTeacherAssistant.com

Reviewer Alice Kurtz takes a look at MyTeacherAssistant.com.
Posted 01 Nov 2005- Nov/Dec 2005 Issue By

Valiant Roamer

Reviewer Sally Finley examines the Valiant Roamer Robot.
Posted 01 Nov 2005- Nov/Dec 2005 Issue By

Read & Write 7.1E Gold

Charles Doe reviews Read & Write 7.1E Gold, a floating toolbar designed for use withWindows-based software programs.
Posted 01 Sep 2005- Sep/Oct 2005 Issue By

Key Skills for Reading: Vocabulary Development

Susan Hixson reviews Key Skills for Reading: Vocabulary Development, a multimedia program on CD-ROM for grades 1-3.
Posted 01 Sep 2005- Sep/Oct 2005 Issue By

FASTT Math

Charles Doe reviews FASTT Math, software available on CD-ROM for network and stand-alone use.
Posted 01 Sep 2005- Sep/Oct 2005 Issue By

EcoLog XL

Sally Finley reviews the EcoLog XL portable data logger.
Posted 01 Sep 2005- Sep/Oct 2005 Issue By

Predictive Assessment Series

A review of Predictive Assessment Series, an assessment tool for K-12.
Posted 01 Jul 2005- Jul/Aug 2005 Issue By

Differentiated Instruction: Success for Every Student

A review of Differentiated Instruction: Success for Every Student, a free online professional development resource.
Posted 01 Jul 2005- Jul/Aug 2005 Issue By

NOVA: Charters of Freedom

A review of the companion Web site for the PBS/NOVA "Saving the National Treasures" television program.
Posted 01 Jul 2005- Jul/Aug 2005 Issue By

Deltora from Scholastic

A product review of Deltora, a Web site for ages 9-12 that supports the Deltora novels by Emily Rodda.
Posted 01 Jul 2005- Jul/Aug 2005 Issue By

Fractions with Professor Von Strudel

A product review of "Fractions with Professor Von Strudel," math software for grades 2-6.
Posted 01 Jul 2005- Jul/Aug 2005 Issue By

Discovery Health Connection

Discovery Health Connection is a Web-based subscription service that provides a digital library of health and prevention resources for K-12 teachers including curriculum guides, worksheets, videos, and extension activities that address nine health and prevention issues for students.
Posted 01 May 2005- May/Jun 2005 Issue By

Teaching Mathematics to All Students, Grades 6-8

Teaching Mathematics to All Students is a professional development course that combines Internet-based training content with CD-ROM video elements.
Posted 01 May 2005- May/Jun 2005 Issue By

Soliloquy Reading Assistant 3.0

Soliloquy Reading Assistant 3.0 helps students improve reading skills by providing additional practice at reading aloud at school, supplementing teachers' reading lessons. The program listens to students as they read, provides intelligent intervention when needed, and reports student performance to the teacher. Both grade-level reading material and excellent managing software is available.
Posted 01 May 2005- May/Jun 2005 Issue By

Take It to the Computer: Writing Sentences and Paragraphs

Take It to the Computer: Writing Sentences and Paragraphs provides center activities for writing using practice exercises, graphic organizers, and a drawing program.
Posted 01 May 2005- May/Jun 2005 Issue By

Key Skills for Reading: Spelling & Phonics

Key Skills for Reading: Spelling & Phonics, part of the Key Skills series, is a multimedia program that offers creative ways to learn and practice phonics and spelling skills. The program's multi-leveled activities are designed to meet national standards for language arts.
Posted 01 May 2005- May/Jun 2005 Issue By

Kid's College

Kid's College is an online program designed to motivate students to practice skills and reinforce classroom activities. The program uses a sports theme to capture the students' attention and to encourage them to continue to answer questions and gain points.
Posted 01 Mar 2005- Mar/Apr 2005 Issue By

Iditarod.com

This Web site features information and activities related to the annual Iditarod Sled Dog Race held in Alaska each March--this year starting March 5
Posted 01 Mar 2005- Mar/Apr 2005 Issue By

EasyTech 4.0

EasyTech, available in English and Spanish, provides a series of instructional lessons that integrate technology into the core curriculum. Working at their own pace, students complete activities while learning how to use a variety of technology tools for their curriculum-related products.
Posted 01 Mar 2005- Mar/Apr 2005 Issue By

Canvastic 1.1

Canvastic is a publishing tool that combines paint, draw, and text tools and can be used to created single page-sized documents or slideshows. The program offers easy-to-understand text, draw and paint tools, and a clear interface. Canvastic is customizable for use with younger students and has none of the "toy" features that are common with paint programs for this age group. The download package includes backgrounds, clipart, templates, and some sample lessons in several content areas.
Posted 01 Mar 2005- Mar/Apr 2005 Issue By

Holt Call to Freedom

Call to Freedom is a complete, online American history textbook covering pre-Columbian America to the present. It offers all of the features, content, and extensions of a traditional print textbook and includes a variety of tools that create an interactive environment for student learning.
Posted 01 Mar 2005- Mar/Apr 2005 Issue By

Pinpoint

Pinpoint is a Web-based research utility tool for K-12 schools and libraries. The product allows users to simultaneously research school library resources, subscriptions, and Internet sites and harvest age-appropriate annotated resource lists.
Posted 01 Jan 2005- Jan/Feb 2005 Issue By

BrainPOP

BrainPOP is a subscription-based Web site that provides standards-based animated educational videos on a variety of topics in Math, English, Science, Health, Technology, and Social Studies.
Posted 01 Jan 2005- Jan/Feb 2005 Issue By

Colonial Williamsburg Primary Sources CD-ROM

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation has teamed up with Pearson/Scott Foresman to create two grade-specific primary source CD-ROMs, Colonial Williamsburg Primary Sources for grades 1­-3 and for grades 4­-6. The materials allow students to explore historical research using documents, pictures, stories, and artifacts through multimedia activities.
Posted 01 Jan 2005- Jan/Feb 2005 Issue By

Science CSI

The Science CSI kit is a collection of digital science tools accompanied by a science curriculum.
Posted 01 Jan 2005- Jan/Feb 2005 Issue By

Neo by AlphaSmart

The Neo is a portable, lightweight, and inexpensive computer "companion" that looks like a keyboard with a small screen attached.
Posted 01 Jan 2005- Jan/Feb 2005 Issue By

Roxio Easy Media Creator 7

A comprehensive, integrated suite of CD- and DVD-burning tools.
Posted 01 Nov 2004- Nov/Dec 2004 Issue By

Demographic Changes in America: 1990-2000

An easy-to-use educational software program that enables secondary education teachers and college instructors to bring U.S. demographic data into the classroom.
Posted 01 Nov 2004- Nov/Dec 2004 Issue By

Holt Middle School Science and Technology

Earth Science, Life Science, Physical Science
Posted 01 Nov 2004- Nov/Dec 2004 Issue By

Epson Perfection 3170 Photo Scanner

Handles scanning and provides the ability to work with virtually any photography application.
Posted 01 Nov 2004- Nov/Dec 2004 Issue By

3dChor Kids

3dChor Kids provides young students with an introduction to basic animation.
Posted 01 Nov 2004- Nov/Dec 2004 Issue By

PLATO Intermediate Writing Process and Practice

PLATO Intermediate Writing Process and Practice is designed to supplement and support the teaching of writing in the middle school years. The program contains levels of lessons with a focus on many of the specific writing skills set by NCTE and the Mid-Continent Research for Education and Learning Lab.
Posted 01 Sep 2004- Sep/Oct 2004 Issue By

CIBS-R Management System

Charles Doe reviews the CIBS-R Management System, a Web-based student record book, scoring sheet, scorer, and performance tracker for student progress as measured by the BRIGANCE Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills--Revised (CIBS-R).
Posted 01 Sep 2004- Sep/Oct 2004 Issue By

The Blobs

The Blobs, an interactive animated program with narration by Jane Horrocks, helps students learn basic number, letter, color, and beginning word skills.
Posted 01 Sep 2004- Sep/Oct 2004 Issue By

Let's Go! Investigate Temperature

Go! Temp is a science tool that provides students with the opportunity to collect, examine, and calculate data using a sensor probe. The program allows data to be saved, displayed, graphed, analyzed, and recalled.
Posted 01 Sep 2004- Sep/Oct 2004 Issue By
 
 
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