Save the World While You Learn to Code: Dystopia 2153

Who doesn’t love a good dystopian graphic novel? I know I sure do. Give me an online one that also teaches coding and you just made my day. Dystopia 2153, is exactly that. A web-based graphic novel where you solve coding puzzles as you move through the story. Dystopia 2153 was created by TEACH Magazine. I … Read more

Create Interactive AR Story and Game Experiences with Metaverse Studio

If you are a fan of augmented reality games and stories but never thought you would be able to create one of your very own, then you will enjoy Metaverse Studio. Metaverse Overview Metaverse Studio is a free online development tool for creating interactive mobile experiences. You can create interactive stories, games, scavenger hunts and … Read more

Inspiring Stories: Breaking Boundaries in Science from Filament Games

Inspiring kids to explore careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) is a large part of what I do on a daily basis. Now, thanks to Filament Games, we have a beautiful new VR experience to add to our toolbox – Breaking Boundaries in Science. The Experience Filament Games is known for their high … Read more

30 Tools in 30 Days: Day 24 Classcraft

30 Edtech Tools in 30 Days

Day 24: Classcraft Learning is an adventure. As educators, we want all of our learners to have an adventure that is truly epic. All seasoned adventurers know that success greatly depends on having the right gear in your inventory. Classcraft is definitely one of those tools you should not leave behind as you and your … Read more

30 Tools in 30 Days: Day 15 Quizizz

30 Edtech Tools in 30 Days

Day 15: Quizizz Quizizz is a free online quiz tool perfect for classroom assessments, games, and more. There are so many online, game-based assessment tools out there. Kahoot!, Socarative, Quizlet, to name a few. Each one has their own pros and cons that set them apart. Quizizz and Kahoot! are my two go-to tools. We’ll talk about … Read more

30 Tools in 30 Days: Day 14 Tabletop Audio

30 Edtech Tools in 30 Days

Day 14: Tabletop Audio Nothing sets the right mood quite like the right music, or just the right mix of war drums, blade scrapes, feet scuffles and battle cries. If you are looking for the perfect sound backdrop for your next adventure, look no further than Tabletop Audio. Tabletop Audio is an award-winning online catalog … Read more

30 Tools in 30 Days: Day 11 Awesome Table

30 Edtech Tools in 30 Days

Day 11: Awesome Table While working on a project for work this week, I was on the hunt for a way to take data from a Google spreadsheet and display it in a dynamic leaderboard. I know that I could have just spiffed up my Google Sheet, but I was looking for something more dramatic. My … Read more

30 Tools in 30 Days: Day 7 Ruby Rei

30 Edtech Tools in 30 Days

Day 7: Ruby Rei Learning a new language is hard. At least for me. So I’m always interested in new strategies for learning and teaching language. Ruby Rei is a new mobile app by Wibbu designed to build student’s language skills through a beautiful adventure game. I downloaded Ruby Rei on my Android device and … Read more

30 Tools in 30 Days: Day 5 Twine

30 Edtech Tools in 30 Days

Day 5: Twine I’ve been feeling a bit nostalgic lately.  Blame it on my binge watching of Stranger Things 2 and The Goldbergs. Or maybe it is the fact that my kids are growing up becoming young adults. That leaves me longing for the simple times of being a kid in the 80s. Whatever it is, … Read more