EduTech Links

These are my favorite links for Educational Technology, educational games, and computer programming for K12 students and beginners.


Technology Integration

Technology Integration - Online Learning - My Profile


The Dixie District has a subscription to BrainPop, a superlative trove of kid-friendly educational flash movies, quizzes and activities. Here is their portal for Computers & the Internet.

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Jessica Parker

Computer Programming & Gaming

Scratch MITScratch is a programming language that makes it easy to create your own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art -- and share your creations on the web. It is developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab.

Fall 2014 After School classes at Dixie, Vallecito, and now Mary Silveira Schools, September - December 2014. Registration now open. (Dixie Scratch Club will start up again in Jan. 2015.)

Download Scratch 1.4- My Scratch Page - NorthMarinScratch Page

ScratchEd is the educators' portal for integrating Scratch programming projects into school curricula.

Discussions - Resources

Resources I Use

Quizlet is a free educational flashcard and text-based game site. I pay $10 per year to support the site and so have no ads on the site when I use it. Here is the group for my Greek & Latin Roots class.

Purpose Games is a free website which allows you to create your own interactive educational games easily. You can also create closed groups for classroom use, although students need to create their own accounts to have their scores counted.

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