Sunday, February 12, 2012

Educational Technology Support

I'm very thankful for the sponsors of this site.  I get a lot of email requests from companies wanting to sponsor this site; however, I only accept those who I think my readers would benefit from and enjoy.  I'm proud to be a partner with the following sites and appreciate how they're supporting educational technology in various forms.  Being a sponsor of this site is more than simply having a spot on the side bar, but rather joining a partnership together to support the advancement of technology in education.  Please take a moment to explore their sites and see for yourself how they're transforming the landscape of #edtech today.





MasteryConnect - share common assessments aligned to standards, connect in a professional learning community, and track student performance.  Teach the Common Core with Mastery Connect! Mastery Connect: Teaching the Common Core just got a whole lot easier!







 


www.abcya.com/ is the leader in free educational kids computer games and activities for elementary students to learn on the web. All children's educational computer activities were created or approved by certified school teachers.

 






 


Ten Marks - Online Math Programs with Interactive math worksheets, hints, video Lessons. Math Programs for Parents, Educators, Homeschoolers & Students - Try it FREE.










 
 Insurance for iphone, Laptop, and Cell Phone devices provided by Worth Ave Group, leading laptop and iPhone Insurance provider.  At Worth Ave. Group, we feel that technology plays a vital role in preparing our children for tomorrow. Soon, books and paper will be things of the past. We have been fortunate enough to be able to offer our products and services to students, faculty and schools for over 40 years, and understand the importance of giving back to those who have supported us the most.

1 comment:

  1. My students love TenMarks but we have found that sometimes it is down or the server is busy. This is disappointing for the students. Students use is independently as an anchor activity. I put students who are struggling with topics on it for extra practice and review. I've also used the video lessons as an introduction for the skill practice portion of our math rotations.

    Blackboard and Beyond

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