SimPop for Science Simulations

SimPop is a web-based simulation program created by students for students in grade 6-12.  It encourages scientific inquiry, makes the invisible visible and helps build visual mental models. There are a variety of options and settings for manipulating each science activity. As students interact with these simulations, they explore cause-and-effect relationships. It makes understanding science concepts much easier with a visual hands-on approach. Resource is free so check it out.
simpop simulations

Kubbu – eLearning Web Tool

This is a free web-based e-learning tool designed to facilitate teachers’ work and enhance the learning process for your students.  Teacher accounts are limited to 30 students and 15 activities at any time.  kubbu activities


This web resource would be beneficial in a whole group interactive session or assigned to students individually in centers or through Google Classroom. Data can be collected on each student.

quiz slider - prepositions
Quiz Slider Example




Check out the sample activities and see how easy and useful this tool can be in your classroom.

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Dominoes Match Activity



Register today!

Great tool for all subject matter.

Instant Feedback With Answer Garden

AnswerGarden is a web-based feedback tool. Use it for real time audience participation, brainstorming and classroom polling. Embed AnswerGardens to your website or as a Google Classroom assignment. Simply create a question, embed the code in your post or share the link and wahlah, you’ve planted a growing tag cloud!

QR Codes can also be generated for each AnswerGarden and data can be exported to Wordle or Tagxedo for a more appealing word cloud.

QR Code, Brainstorming

Sample AnswerGarden – feel free to take part!

Office Mix For Teachers

Are you ready to enhance your existing PPT’s and/or create new ones that are far more engaging? If so, then Office Mix is your new best friend.

Office Mix has been pushed to teacher and student systems that have Office 2013 and Office 2016 installed. You’ll find the extension called MIX in PPT’s ribbon menu to the top right in the program. With this free add-in extension you’ll have the ability to insert a handful of interactives like:

  • audio and video narration,
  • real-time digital inking,
  • screen recordings,
  • quizzes and polls within your lesson presentation,
  • simulations, videos, and live web pages.

Once created, then what?  Your lessons can be stored in the Microsoft cloud or downloaded in a movie format and used elsewhere – like your website or youtube channel for student accessibility.

Check out this example of a science experiment.
For tutorials, guides, and more information – visit Office Mix for Teachers.

Classkick – Learn Together

Classkick is interactive, engaging, collaborative, and makes learning fun.  As students work on a teacher-made Classkick assignment from their iPads, teachers see every students’ work progressing all at once. Students can privately raise hands, teachers give individualized, real-time student feedback, and may even interact with their peers about the subject assigned.

Create your account today.  Classkick is free.  An app is also available at the app store.  Check out the tutorial videos below.