13 Tech Tools for Verbal/Linguistic Learners
Assessment Tools / Classroom Activities

13 Tech Tools for Verbal/Linguistic Learners

At the end of last year I created a list of technology tools aligned with Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences. Because that list was overwhelmingly overloaded with info, I’m breaking it down by intelligence. I’ve already posted tools for visual/spatial learners and tools for musical learners, and today I’m sharing technology tools for verbal/linguistic learners. For those of … Continue reading

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Classroom Management

Doctopus: Easy Classroom Management of Google Docs

“How can teachers harness all the awesomeness, ubiquitous access, and collaborative authoring power made possible by Google Docs without creating a document management nightmare?” That is question Andrew Stillman posed, and then answered with his script, Doctopus. Doctopus allows teachers to auto-generate copies of template documents for individual students, small groups and whole classes. The … Continue reading

8 Tech Tools for Musical Learners
Assessment Tools / Classroom Activities / Music Tools

8 Tech Tools for Musical Learners

If you missed it earlier, I created a list of technology tools aligned with Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences. Because that list was overwhelmingly overloaded with info, I’m breaking it down by intelligence. Earlier this week I posted 17 tools for visual/spatial learners, and today, I’m sharing with you fantastic tech tools for musical … Continue reading

Assessment Tools / Classroom Activities / Writing Tools

12 Alternatives To The Traditional Book Report

Book report project assignment: read a book, summarize the book’s plot and major themes, write a paper, and present it to your classmates. Rinse and repeat. Traditional book reports have been a staple of English classrooms for years. They can be valuable ways of assessing student skills like summarizing and synthesis. In fact, a book report … Continue reading

17 Tech Tools for Visual/Spatial Learners
Assessment Tools / Classroom Activities

17 Tech Tools for Visual/Spatial Learners

A few months ago I posted a resource providing technology options for each of Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligences. For those of you unfamiliar with the theory, it basically details that each person has different kinds of strengths, whether they are visual, logical, musical, kinesthetic, etc. These strengths vary from individual to individual, and more importantly, … Continue reading