Here are my current top 10 digital resources for teachers to use in their classrooms. These will help you with organization, storage, classroom management, ELA, and Math.
Classroom Organization & Storage Digital Resources
Google Drive is a free cloud-based storage. It allows you to save your files online and access them from anywhere when you are connected to the internet.
This is a great place to store all of your resources in one place. You can also store your student’s progress.
You can create and organize folders for different skills or units. When you upload your file, you should place them into that specific folder.
Classroom Management Digital Resources
This is a great tool to keep you on task. They have several different timers to choose from. They also have random name pickers too.
Class Dojo is not only a positive classroom management tool, but it is also a portfolio tool. It is a great way to communicate with your parents, and show what is being learned every day.
Provides the information you need to quickly determine problem areas or students that need extra attention.
A personal organizer designed for the classroom. Create class lists, take attendance, enter grades, manage student data, make seating charts, monitor behavior, and more.
English Language Arts (ELA) Digital Resources
A fantastic online reading option for your students. It is “The largest, highest-quality library of curated nonfiction and literary passages in the country, with research-based curricular supports and formative assessments.”
Is the leading digital reading platform—built on a collection of 40,000+ popular, high-quality books. Epic is great for all grade levels. They have audio and non-audio books for your students to enjoy.
One of the most information-rich literacy resources on the internet. Providing the highest quality practices in reading and language arts instruction
Math Digital Resources
These online math games are organized from K-6 grades. They can also be searched by topic. This is a great website to leave for a sub or if a student has completed all of their work.
Math TV has a variety of math videos. From basic math through calculus, Math TV has you covered. These videos are great for those students that struggle with their homework. It is also useful for distance or hybrid learning.
Do you have a favorite digital resource you would like to share with me? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org