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Choosing Quality Digital Instructional Materials

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This page is intended for use by educators and provides links to resources they can use for choosing quality digital instructional materials.


Overtime, additional resources may be added. 



Resources cited in article



     Teachers Know Best: Released in 2015 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 


Resources for planning

    From Print to Digital: Guide to Quality Instructional Materials: Free guide from the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA),

        designed to be used at state, regional, and local levels.  

    Guide to Choosing Digital Content and Curriculum: This 36-page guide is intended to help educators transition from selecting supplemental print

        instructional materials to identifying quality digital materials.

    EdSurge Guide to Choosing, Vetting, and Purchasing K-12 Ed Tech Products:   This guide is designed to provide information to educators as they

        choose, vet, purchase, and evaluate ed tech products.

    39 questions to ask when choosing media for teaching and learning: The title says it all. These questions come from educator Tony Banks.

    Instructional Materials Toolkit: Guidelines and a checklist that educators and administrators in K-12 schools can use when selecting digital

        instructional materials.


Finding existing product reviews 

    EdSurge Product Index: Comprised of five areas, teachers will be most interested in the areas called curriculum products, teacher needs, and

        everything else.

    Common Sense Education Ed Tech Reviews and Resources: Helps educators identify the best digital instructional materials for classroom use.

   edshelf: Members curate this collection of reviews of digital instructional materials of interest to K-12 educators.

   App Ed ReviewReviews currently posted cover iOS apps, Android apps, Windows apps, and websites. Sample app lesson plans are also available. 


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