Explore Teacher Assistant, Teacher S Assistant, and more!

Teacher's Assistant- Keep track of student behavior, attendance, etc. It assigns points for different behaviors, which you can customize. You can even email their parents a weekly report if you would like.

Music cues for the classroom---need to check this out for iPhone or iPad. Cool idea for getting students' attention without using words!

Organize your library with this book scanner app, which creates a database of all your books.

FlapJack Educational Resources: ClassDoJo 100 Points Club - Are you using ClassDoJo? Here's an easy, inexpensive way to motivate your students with their little precious monsters.

FREE TRICKY Following Directions Quizzes~ A fun way to remind students about the importance of following directions!

Behavior Interventions

OMG! This is everything you need for that low performing student (or students!!). What a great resource for all teachers!!

List of Free Educational Apps

ExitTicket is a classroom and student response system

iPad apps

PDF notes- Scan your worksheets into a PDF file and open with this app. Students can write on the worksheet and print, save to your Dropbox, or email(you could even email to parents). Makes boring worksheets fun! So many possibilities...take a story have students highlight things...main idea, vocab words, nouns, etc. they can also make annotated notes. FREE

FREE! This “Socratic Seminar Teacher Observations (Summary)” is designed as a guide to enable a teacher to quickly document individual student performance on key parameters and summarize whole class performance. Five behavioral objectives are clearly stated. The guide also includes an area for debriefing notes.

Instead of having to carry around your attendance sheet to recess or fire drills, etc. stick the kids names on the back of your teacher name tag.

On the day an assignment is due, the rule in my classroom is that EVERYONE turns SOMETHING in. If a student does not have his/her assignment, he/she must fill out one of these Missing Work Logs (which I affectionately call “The Yellow Sheet” because they are printed out bright yellow paper) and turn it in in place of said assignment. Blank logs are kept in a stack at the front of my classroom, and my students know to grab one if they are missing an assignment on a due date.

Daily / Weekly Behavior Log

4 functions of behavior

Digital weekly teacher planner.

Free website for teachers to set set up pen pal systems via email for their students with other students around the world!

Remind 101 - a FREE text/email alert system for teachers and parents.

The Teacher Report: 8 Helpful Tech Tools for the Common Core

Keep track of where your students are!