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The answer to the question of life What if there was a school without a single teacher? A school completely made up of students working on their own? 42 is a new school in France founded by French billionaire and founder of internet provider Free, Xavier Niel. The school is named after the an...
We are very excited to share our work and community movement through Educade. (Lucien Vattel Founder, CEO and Executive Director of GameDesk) The Technicolor Edtech Library Educade is a library of digital educational resources to help educators and parents find new edtech tools to use. Launched in 2008 with the help of AT&T and
OER Commons helps organizations reduce costs and be more effective by using existing content and tools for teaching and learning. (Quote from OER Commons site) Join the Open Educational Resource Movement! The Open Education Resource (OER) movement strives to be a boon for educators around the world. One of the initiatives to help this movement is the
Fluenica is a Spanish language learning platform that was developed by the team behind SpanishDict.com. The platform offers questions to build learners’ Spanish vocabulary and help them to become more familiar with the language. The creators of the site claim that it gives individualized feedback based on user actions while completing a lesson. This type of personali...
Code Combat is an online role playing game that allows players to assume the role of a wizard and pursue adventures in a world controlled by code. Players control characters in the game by inputting coding commands. The game has a single player story mode as well as a multiplayer mode. The creators of the site emphasize that Code Combat is not simply a collection of gamified lessons but a complete game. They...
EduCanon is an interactive video platform that lets educators insert questions or notes for students in videos. When students reach particular points in the video, the system will automatically stop for what eduCanon calls a reflective pause. During this pause, teachers can pose multiple choice questions and add notes or web content. The platform could be a great tool for teachers who flip their class...
Light-Bot puts gamers in control of a little robot who lights up to teach young users about basic programming logic. The game is available on mobile devices with a web version that showcases the first three levels. Daniel Yaroslavski, the creator of the app, is an undergraduate student who learned how to program at a young age. Players must direct the robot to blue squares on a board while overcoming o...
Learn with Homer is a reading app designed by a group of literacy experts led by founder Stephanie Dua, who has a long history of education advocacy and most recently served as an advisor to David Coleman. The app teaches phonetics with highly detailed characters and...
TuvaLabs seeks to educate students about data literacy. The creators of the site are supporters of the open data movement and believe that it can be used to teach students analysis, interpretation, and visualization skills. The open access datasets that TuvaLabs provides come from NYC Open Data. These datasets are organized into four major categories: community, d...
Appolearning is home to a large library of educational apps for anyone to browse. The site has a very active community of teachers, parents, and "app gurus" that curate and organize the learning apps that are available in iTunes and Google Play (e.g. DragonBox, Hopscotch,