Monday, March 22, 2010

Catch of the Day - 4Teachers Family of Tools - 22 Mar 10

The 4Teachers Family of Tools is today's bountiful catch

The 4Teachers Family of Tools offers timesaving educational resources that use technology to improve instruction across all content areas and grade levels.

The 4Teachers Family of Tools resources align with standards, promote higher-order thinking skills, and support the development of writing skills. There are tools to help you monitor student work, assess student performance, and create online lessons, classroom calendars, and quizzes in less time than traditional methods. Locate ready-to-use online resources such as web lessons, quizzes, and rubrics.

Among the tools in the 4Teachers Family of Tools arsenal are…
  • RubiStar - Create customized rubrics in English and Spanish
  • PersuadeStar - Provides tools for students to write persuasive essays
  • Equity - Locate resources and tools to help you meet the needs of a diverse classroom
  • TrackStar - View thousands of online lessons or quickly create your own
  • PBL Checklists - Make custom checklists for multiple projects
  • Web Poster Wizard - Make and post a simple web page within minutes
  • and many more
The 4Teachers Family of Tools helps you integrate technology into your classroom by offering online tools and resources. Discover useful professional development resources tackling issues such as equity, ELL, technology planning, and at-risk or special-needs students.

Trackstar Page

The 4Teachers Family of Tools también está disponible en español.


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1 comment:

Mrs. Tenkely said...

The tools here are fantastic, I highly recommend giving them a try to anyone who hasn't used them before. Rubistar has to be my personal favorite, I use it constantly! I hadn't seen the PBL checklists before, looking forward to exploring a new valuable tool for my classroom. Thanks!

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