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SoPA and Tulane University are excited to announce the transition back to campus for the fall semester. While we encourage students to continue to meet with advisors, faculty and staff remotely, our offices will be open for limited in-person visits. Beginning Monday August 3, Elmwood offices are open 8:30A.M.– 5:00P.M. Gibson Hall offices will remain closed as Tulane renovates new space for SoPA on the Uptown campus. All faculty and staff are working and available.

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Helpful Education Program Technology Resources

Website Description
Free Rice 2.0
Free!
Free Rice 2.0 allows students to practice vocabulary, science, foreign language, and humanities skills. For every answer a student gets correct, Free Rice donates rice through the UN’s World Food Program.
SignUp
Free!
Signup.com is a website that allows you to create sign ups for different types of activities. This website is extremely helpful to teachers, as it avoids sending and receiving many emails about the same topic; can be used for parent conferences and for parents to sign up to bring items for a class activities.
Padlet
Free!
Padlet is a digital bulletin board for collaboration. Fun and easy to sign in.
PollEverywhere
Free!
This tool allows students to answer questions on real time and is a great way to gauge how well students are understanding different concepts and information. Students can respond to questions either on their phone or on the web; could be used as a quick and fun exit ticket for my classroom.
Quizlet
Free!
Quizlet is a great resource for students to create flashcards and study with games and tests.
Edutopia
Free!
Edutopia is a website sponsored by the George Lucas. Educational Foundation. It is a great resource for current issues in education and also has an online community for sharing and collaborating with other teachers. You can sign up to receive a weekly digest of articles and videos that have appeared on Edutopia.
Kidblog
Free!
Upon registration, the teacher can provide students with a safe place to practice blogging and writing skills. The teacher has complete control over what gets published and what doesn't.
Rewordify
Free!
Rewordify changes the difficulty level of a text or passage to adjust to the grade level of the student. It also provides the teacher with vocabulary lists and activities.
SMMRY
Free!
SMMRY summarizes any text. It also allows the teacher to download a PDF version of the summary.
ViewPure
Free!
ViewPure is a website that allows teachers to play YouTube videos without ads or suggestions that may be inappropriate for students.
Pear Deck Vocabulary
Basic level is free!
Pear Deck allows the students to create vocabulary flashcards which can then by combined into one large class flashcard set.
Cool Math
Free!
Cool Math allows students to practice math in fun ways. It focuses on elementary school math.
IXL
Basic level is free!
IXL provides practice math questions for students from preschool to the twelfth grade, as well as Spanish.
Prezi
Free!
Prezi allows the teacher to create fun presentations for the students to follow along with.
Math is Fun
Free!
This website has fun math games for elementary school students.
Canva
Free!
Canva allows students to create easy-to-use graphic designs.
Fun Brain
Free!
Fun Brain has fun games for K-8 in math and reading.
HippoCampus
Free!
HippoCampus provides instructional videos in math, science, English, and social studies.
Vocabulary Spelling City
Free!
This website allows students to practice their own vocabulary words with different activities that can be sent to the teacher.
Starfall
Free!
A fun and interactive reading website for lower elementary school students.