What Are The Best Blended Learning Resources For Teachers?
by TeachThought Staff
The following is a compilation of some of our favorite blending learning resources for teachers in 2020
Blended Learning Resources: Examples, Ideas, Benefits, and Definitions
TeachThought Recommended Blended Learning Resources: Learning Management Systems for K-12
13. Haiku Learning
17. Feather Cap
TeachThought Recommended Blended Learning Resources: University Resources & Free Open Courseware
22. Stanford University Open Courseware
A portal for the best online courses–links, reviews, information, etc.
TeachThought Recommended Blended Learning Resources: Free Online Texts & Library Resources
36. ipl2 (Internet Public Library)
Flatworld Knowledge is a platform whose goal is to allow instructors to create affordable textbooks that can be printed or downloaded digitally.
TeachThought Recommended Blended Learning Resources: Tools To Create & Organize Video Content
45-48. YouTube or Vimeo Pro or Voo Player
49. Google Drive (or Dropbox)
TeachThought Recommended Blended Learning Resources: Video Content
54. YouTube Learning
59. MIT K12 Videos
60. Bozeman Science
61. PBS Idea Channel
63. Vimeo Instructional Videos
Cloud-Based Grading Apps & Platforms For Blended Learning
Note, we have not had a chance to test these platforms out so these aren’t ‘recommended’ but rather offered as possibilities to learn more about. If we review any of these platforms in-depth, we’ll link to those reviews here.
66. Alma Gradebook
TeachThought Recommended Blended Learning Resources: Content Curation & Sharing
These are all tools–among dozens and dozens of alternatives–that allow teachers and students to both find and curate learning materials, articles, texts, and more for blending learning activities and units.
Each of the above has a sweet spot–Storyify is more for social media ‘storytelling’ while Pocket is more for simple curation, while Paper.li is more of a ‘newspaper’ approach that allows users to share what they’ve found in a format that’s easy to read. Obviously, choose the best fit for you and your students.
69. Microsoft Teams
Other TeachThought Recommended Blended Learning Resources
76. Google Education
79. Google Forms
83. iBook Author
88. Go Class
92. Read Theory
93. Go Formative
94. Voice Thread
97. Khan Academy
100 Of The Best Blended Learning Resources For Teachers [Updated For 2021]