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McREL Balanced Leadership Survey

The Balanced Leadership Profile™ is an online feedback tool based on the leadership practices identified in School Leadership that Works. Survey responses give principals, including assistant and aspiring principals, valuable information about leadership related to a specific change initiative. There are annual subscription fees for this resource.

PALS Progressive Academic Learning Systems

The Pals-Program is an extensive Educational Program, with 168 content programs 44,000 tasks and thousands of animated reinforcers and several thousand mini cartoons. This software is especially effective for individuals with autism and other learning disabilities. It incorporates behavioral learning steps that allows all children to learn, regardless of ability. The PALS-program was originally designed for children with autism but bright young children love and excel on the program as well. The Pals-Program offers a great solution to all of your early academic and academic special education needs. PALS was designed for students who are easily distracted (because they are young) or have learning and/or developmental disabilities ranging from mild to severe. This program covers cause and effect, waiting your turn, vocabulary training, categorization, plurals, prepositions, syntax, patterns, auditory processing, concept development, and reading. There are also many lessons teaching time, money calendar and additional educational concepts.


Penzu is a free online diary and personal journal with a focus on privacy. Easily keep a secret diary of thoughts or a journal of notes and ideas secure and on the web.

Quick Take: Simplifying Web Page Addresses

In this Quick Take, Jason Borgen walks you through two free services, TinyURL and Bitly. You will see how to take long Web addresses and make them much shorter so you can easily share with others.

Quick Takes: Google Docs

This Quick Take provides you an overview of the Google Docs application suite which allows you to collaborate on one document, spreadsheet, and presentation. You will be able to quickly use Google Docs to boast your productivity as well as find classroom examples for your teachers.

Quick Takes: Twitter

This 6-minute Quick Take was created by Susan Brooks-Young. Susan gives an overview of the microblogging service called Twitter and how it can be used in educational settings.


This is an easy to use school and teacher website developer system that also functions as an effective learning management system. It includes a secure social media environment for teacher, students and parents to work together and communicate.


StoryMapJS is a free tool to help you tell stories on the web that highlight the locations of a series of events. It is a new tool, yet stable in our development environment, and it has a friendly authoring tool. StoryMapJS can tell stories with large photographs, works of art, historic maps, and other image files. Because it works best with pixel-dense files, we call these "gigapixel". SnapMap is a tool to help you quickly create a StoryMap. It places your 20 most recent geo-tagged Instagrams on a map that can be shared instantly. You can also edit it in StoryMap's authoring tool, adding media from other sources.

Supersmart Robots

In this Tech & Learning article, Michael Simkins shares an emerging technology in which robots that can learn and reproduce. He provides some implications on how these robots can affect teaching and learning.

TEAMS Distance Learning

TEAMS has achieved national recognition by combining standards-based instruction for students with exemplary staff development opportunities for participating teachers. The TEAMS Distance Learning model, with its capacity to reach thousands of educators quickly, has proven to be an effective staff development tool for addressing the critical issues of classroom teacher preparedness.
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