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EdTech Websites Certificates & Checklist

• This resource contains a checklist collection of over 50 educational technology websites divided into categories and certificates
• Over the past 12 years, my students have successfully utilized most of these amazing websites to enhance their learning
• Use the checklist as a way to find the appropriate tech tool for the job and to keep track of EdTech websites you have utilized in class
• Print or keep the electronic PNG format certificates as a way to demonstrate the tools you have implemented in your classroom
• Include the checklist and certificates in your teaching portfolio to share with a principal/administrator during discussions, evaluations or interviews

CHECKLIST TOPICS

#1. Presentation Software
Prezi, Powtoon, Haiku Deck, Slatebox

#2. Design Software
Glogster, Canva, Piktochart, Autodraw

#3. Comics
Comic Life, Pixton, GoAnimate, Bitmoji

#4. Writing Stories
Storybird, StoryboardThat, WriteReader, MyStorybook

#5. Classroom Management
ClassBadges, ClassDojo, Google Timer, BouncyBalls, Edmodo, Classclimate, CheckItOut

#6. Video Editors
Animoto, WeVideo, MovieMaker

#7. Website Builders
Weebly, Wix, Google Sites

#8. Games
Factile, Kahoot, Random Name Game

#9. Interactive Tools
KidBlog, Peergrade, Quizlet, Kami, Lucidchart, Flippity, Padlet, Mural, Popplet, PicMonkey, SurveyMonkey, Letter Generator, Thinglink, Trading Card Generator

#10. Google Tools
Hangouts, Cast For Education, Maps, Groups, Fonts, Calendar, Photos, OpenClipArt

#11. Office and Google
Microsoft Office, Google Drive, Google Classroom

Note: You will receive a PowerPoint (editable) and PDF version of this resource.

EDTECH CERTIFICATES

This resource contains Certificates for the following educational technology resources…

1. Animoto
2. AutoDraw
3. Bitmoji
4. BouncyBalls
5. Canva
6. ClassBadges
7. ClassDojo
8. ComicLife
9. Edmodo
10. Factile
11. Flippity
12. Glogster
13. GoAnimate
14. Google Classroom
15. Google Drive
16. Google My Maps
17. Google Sites
18. Google Timer
19. Haiku Deck
20. Kahoot
21. Kami
22. Kidblog
23. Letter Generator
24. Lucidchart
25. Microsoft Office
26. Movie Maker
27. Mural
28. MyStoryBook
29. Padlet
30. Peergrade
31. PicMonkey
32. Piktochart
33. Pixton
34. Popplet
35. PowToon
36. Prezi
37. Quizlet
38. Random name Picker
39. Storybird
40. StoryboardThat
41. SurveyMonkey
42. Trading Card Generator
43. Weebly
44. WeVideo
45. Wix
46. WriteReader

Link to resource…

EdTech Websites & Certificates

MyStoryBook – Digital Storytelling Tool

Use MyStoryBook.com to teach digital literacy and storytelling

This lesson includes screenshots and instruction bubbles to make it easy for teachers and students to quickly learn how to use MyStoryBook. It also includes 2 activities for students to perform using the features on this website.

How do we start using it?

If your students have email addresses, they can simply sign up and start using My Storybook right away. When they finish writing their story, students can choose to publish their story and share the link with their class!

If your students don’t all have email addresses, they currently recommend logging in to each computer or tablet with a single email address. You can make as many stories as you’d like and all your students’ stories will show up in your library under “My Books”.

What does it cost?

MyStorybook.com is free to use. You can make unlimited number of stories, upload images, and share your stories for free.

MyStoryBook.com Lesson and Activity