Teaching literacy with reading and writing skills is no easy feat. There is so much to cover and very little extra time to search for and find great resources to help you cover these skills. Join Paula Naugle as she shares free web tools that you can use in your classroom tomorrow. In addition to showcasing these literacy tools, she will share tips and examples of how she uses them. Come discover tools that will help your students become better readers and writers and that will help you to create engaging and differentiated lessons!
Students love the fastest way to learn, teachers love motivated students, parents love the rapid progress, and admins love the reporting.
With its revolutionary Touch Curriculum, the K-8 Science module teaches through manipulatives based on over 24 cognitive skills. Students learn and master science through discovery.
This site is full of tween friendly rich content produced by the Smithsonian Institute. Use your smart phone to assign literacy homework and readings to your students. Assigning class and homework has never been easier! The lesson plans refresh themselves with new stories, questions and quizzes posted everyday.
Each also includes links to the Common Core standards that apply and are aligned with Texas STAAR and Virginia SOL.
Paula Naugle has an MEd in Educational Technology Leadership from Southeastern Louisiana University and received her BS in elementary education from York College of Pennsylvania. She has taught for 36 years, and is currently teaching 4th graders math and social studies at Bissonet Plaza, a suburban public school just outside New Orleans. Paula is an Edmodo certified teacher, a Microsoft Innovative Educator, a PBWorks certified teacher, a Promethean trainer at her school, a member of the DEN (Discovery Educator Network) Leadership Council of Louisiana, a moderator for #4thchat on Twitter and one of the organizers for #edcampLouisiana.