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    A great website where you can find webinars, class resources, and teacher development resources to improve your teaching practice. Another nice feature is that the site has sections with topics divided by age group (children, teens, and adults), so you can easily navigate to topics that are pertinent for you. 

    Create fun, interactive classroom games for your students. This is a great way to get students engaged in the learning process and collaborating together.  You can also turn games into homework assignments that get students practicing outside of the class. It's important to note that for this game to work you'll need a projector, smart TV, or smart board in your classroom. Students will need a device with internet access to play. Click here for more details

    You'll give your students access to a unique resource that will allow them to actively engage with the content outside of class. The site allows students to practice content through a pattern that involves studying and playing. Some of the website's features are for paying customers only, however, there is still a lot you can do with the free tools. 

    Create a learning platform for your courses. You can search for content and add multimedia, as well as, make your own presentations, mind maps, flow charts, quizzes, and flashcards.

    This is an interesting site that can be used for creating warm-up or progress check quizzes. In addition, it has a wide collection of already made quizzes which you can choose from. Unfortunately, this isn't a good option for evaluating students because you will need to pay to get access to learner information or scores. Nevertheless, it can still be a useful teaching resource. Check out surveymonkey for making online evaluations or trackable progress quizzes.

    Find teaching/learning activities or create your own. This easy to use site is a great resource.

    Here you can find games, activities, and ideas to use in your classes. You might have to pay for some of the downloadable resources, nevertheless, the site has many free resources that are very useful and worth checking out.

    Create digital lessons for your classes with this easy to use website. It's a great way to spice up or improve the flow of your class lessons. In addition, if you don't have the time to make your own lesson, there's a good chance you can find lessons made by other users.

    This is a great way to make online quizzes, surveys, reflections, or self-evaluation activities. You can create mailing lists and send your activities to your students controlling various variables such as time limits, question types, results delivery, etc. In addition, you'll have the ability to analyze the results and see where your students are succeeding and where they need more work.

    If you're looking for new ways to engage students and get them actively participating inside and outside of class then you must take a look at padlet. This resource can have multiple uses. Click on the picture to find out some of them. 

    This site has materials and activities for ESL teachers and students. 

    Create your own animated videos and presentations by using PowToon.

    A great website with tons of stuff for teachers, including teacher forums and job forums. Make sure to check out the Idea Cookbook.

    A list of english idioms A-Z. Idioms are great for warm-up or closing activities. 

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