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Duolingo for Schools

Over 50 million people around the world use Duolingo to help them learn languages. The fun, game-like lessons keep students motivated and excited about language. Best of all, as studies by the City University of New York and others have shown – it really works!

From first grade to graduation, Storyboardthat engages students with digital storytelling in the classroom. From Language Arts to Science to Social Studies creating storyboards is a fantastic way to get students to express what they know in a format that is fun and engaging.

Newsela’s stated goal is to improve reading comprehension in students 2nd through 12th grade. Newsela offers an extensive online library of over 1,000 current event articles geared towards readers of varied abilities and interests. Most articles are accompanied by a comprehension quiz aligned to Common Core Standards. Newsela pulls its articles from over forty different media sources.

Animoto makes it easy for anyone to create professional-quality videos with their pictures and video clips within minutes.

Kidblog provides teachers with the tools to help students publish writing safely online. Students exercise digital citizenship within a secure classroom blogging space. Teachers can monitor all activity within their blogging community.

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