EduTech4U is a one-stop-shop for all your digital educational resource needs. Whatever the goal for your classroom or level of expertise in the use of digital tools, this site is here to assist you in finding the resource you need to help transform learning in your classroom. Please search this site including the many uses and types of resources available and consider trying something new to deliver your next lesson, to demonstrate and assess your students mastery or to create your next review game for students. There is plenty to try so please explore, investigate and let me know if you find another learning tool you feel would be beneficial to add to this site. Thank you!
Meeting Every Need for Your Students
Below you will find a variety of applications, programs, websites and educational learning tools that can help transform learning in your classroom to meet the needs of your 21st century learners. By subject, use or application, this list of resources has been compiled to assist educators to improve the quality of learning for digital natives and to assist you in finding valuable interactive digital activities that can motivate and engage your students to learn the content they need at a variety of levels.
BY USE & APPLICATION
Resources for STEAM, Projects, VR, Presentations, Coding, Makerspace & Assessment
Other Helpful Resources & Multi Subject Sites Found Online for a Variety of Uses
A TEACHER'S PERSPECTIVE
How has technology integration helped to impact the learning of students in your class?
Technology helps make learning stick because information is presented to students in a format that is fun and engaging. Technology puts learning at students at fingertips and puts students in charge of their own learning. In the past teachers would have to prepare what they were going to "feed" the kids in the way of information. With technology, students are in charge.
"It has really lifted the level of engagement for my students. As soon as they know they will be making choices about a product they create on an iPad or laptop, they get enthusiastic and get right to work. I also think the learning sticks more when they are using technology to research a topic and create something."
My students are more independent from their experiences with technology.
I can create more engaging and hands on lessons and I use more interactive presentation tools.