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Tes Teach

Tes Teach (formerly known as Blendspace) is a free website and app that provides tools that can help you create interactive, digital lessons. By dragging-and-dropping, you can easily combine web content with your own files into one digital presentation.

If your content can be digital, then it can be included in your lesson: YouTube videos, quizzes, website links PDFs, photos from your photo library, Dropbox files, Google Drive files—all of these and more can be assembled into a lesson using Tes Teach.

Once your lesson is complete, you can easily share your Tes Teach lessons via social media or by link. You create the lessons using your regular computer, and students can view them via computer or via personal devices by downloading the accompanying, free iOS or Android app.

Tes Teach also has a library of many lessons that have already been created by other educators, and they are there for you to access and share with your students. There are even many lessons about Jewish subjects as well.

To begin, sign up for a free account. This will give you access to the Tes Teach digital dashboard.

In Your Classroom

  • Tes Teach is a great way to share student-created videos with the class
  • Tes Teach lessons is an excellent tool for use in a flipped classroom, or for set induction lessons.

This is a “Technology Tuesday” post via Behrman House, edited by Ann D. Koffsky . You can find more Behrman House Technology Tuesdays here.

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March 6, 2018 - Posted by | Behrman House Technology Tuesday, Uncategorized | ,

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