Bloom's Digital Taxonomy

Teacher Tech Tools

Tina Barrett is the Technology Integration Specialist. Her website has a variety of websites for incorporating technology into your classroom instruction.
Click - On-line Classrooms, then Tina Barrett

On the left side of her homepage look for:
  • ELA CCSS: The Next Generation
  • CCSS Progression with Activities offers a host of websites connected to the writing & language standards. She will be updating as she creates more.
  • Creating Stories with Digital Media
  • Creating Stories with Web 2.0
  • Word Clouds with CCSS

Edu.Glogster ( – online interactive poster
Prezi ( – a new and innovative way to present information in comparison the traditional PowerPoint
Newspaper Clipping ( – students can type in pieces to transform them into the look of a newspaper clipping
Pic Lit – ( – variety of images to choose from and create sentences, paragraphs, poems, etc. by using a word box or free style
Storybird ( – short, art-inspired stories you make to share, read, and print.

Blabberize -( - allows you to select any picture and bring it to life with a mouth speaking your recorded message - ( - brainstorm online - create graphic organizers
VoiceThread- ( - a collaborative, multimedia slide show that holds images, documents, and videos and allows people to navigate slides and leave comments in 5 ways- using voice (with a mic or telephone), text, audio file, or video (via a webcam). Share a VoiceThread with friends, students, and colleagues for them to record comments too.

TodaysMeet ( – a way to use live stream to make comments. For example: this would be a great way to see what is being discussed within multiple literature circles while you work with a particular group.
KidBlog ( - blogs for teachers and students
Reminder 101 ( - safe way for teachers to text message students and keep in touch with parents about upcoming events/assignments
Edmodo ( - Guide for teachers

Creating a Wiki space:

Wiki Space Tours - video site with tutorials for setting up your Wiki

Word Clouds:
Tagxedo (Similar to Wordle except it gives you the option of formatting your words into a specific shape. Below is an example I created.)