Educational Technology

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Educational Technology by Mind Map: Educational Technology

1. Communication

1.1. Class Dojo - An app that allows students to build their own digital portfolio, can share videos with parents, and can allow you to offer positive feedback on any skill.

1.2. Schoology - An app that allows you to manage your classroom, create and submit assignments, participate in interactive discussions, perform assessments, and collaborate with your peers.

1.3. Seesaw - A digital portfolio that gives parents real-time glimpses into their child’s school day. It helps them stay informed and offers them an opportunity to support their child's learning at home.

2. Writing

2.1. Alphabet Organizer - enables children to create a calendar-style alphabet chart or letter pages for an alphabet book. They can use the chart to learn the order of the alphabet and which words start with which letters.

2.2. iWriteWords - helps to teach kids how to write the letters of the alphabet, numbers up to 20, and simple words using a dot-to-dot approach while playing a fun and entertaining game.

2.3. Kidspiration Maps - helps students in grades K-5 learn to organize and classify information, gain sight word knowledge and expand their ideas into written and verbal expression by creating story maps, Venn diagrams, and webs.

3. Reading

3.1. Endless Alphabet - an app that is fun for kids as letters transform into living toys which then voice their names. This helps children to learn that letters work together to build words and sentences.

3.2. abc Pocket Phonics - a phonics app that uses a phoneme-centered approach to teaching kids to read, giving them an opportunity to, upon seeing a phoneme, say it, write it, and then use it in a word.

3.3. Lightsail - an e-reading literacy platform that allows students to check out texts from their schools' digital libraries and read the books directly on their devices. As students progress through a book, questions appear to gauge their comprehension.

4. Math

4.1. Wee Kids Math - An app that offers many colorful games to teach kids about numbers and basic math. This app is good for children just starting to learn their number shapes and order (0-20), up to those starting out on addition and subtraction.

4.2. Math Tales - The Jungle is a rhyming interactive story where the narration alternates with mini-games of mathematics and logic.

4.3. Math Bingo - The object of Math BINGO is to get a pattern of five BINGO Bugs in a row by correctly answering math problems.