Remind is a service that many of you might already be familiar with. They offer a free, safe method for teachers to easily text students and parents. Remind has been around for a while, but they've just recently announced their new chat feature, which will allow for two-way communication between teachers, students, and parents. Read more on our Reviews Page.
Propagate is a new service that allows teachers to embed vocabulary practice inside any digital text. Right now the application is in Beta and is free for any teachers who are interested in trying it out. If you’re using digital text in your class, regardless of the subject area, Propagate is an excellent way to help students acquire and practice new vocab. Read more on our reviews page.
3rd Quote is a new service that aims to improve the process of technology purchasing in the K-12 setting. Designed for administrators and technology coordinators, 3rd Quote can be used to find, research, buy, and review educational technology of all types. It’s an excellent service and it’s completely free to educational institutions. Read more on our reviews page.
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