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Last week, one of our kindergarten teachers asked me the easiest way to get her kinders to the PebbleGo article about Wild Turkeys. With the recent discovery of finding the direct link to our PebbleGo at Van Meter, I wanted to give it a try to make it as easy as possible for our youngest learners.
Meet Jana Klein, Account Manager
Can EdTech help address issues related to elementary achievement gaps in your classroom? Educational technology tools used strategically can alter how students interact with classroom resources. In elementary classrooms, the integration of digital resources can vary greatly. They might be used with a whole group or small groups of students, or with individual students.
Learn how PebbleGo can support project-based learning and inquiry-based learning activities in the elementary classroom. Project-based learning in the elementary classroom does not have to be intimidating. PebbleGo allows students to explore and research topics independently, which leads to more successful implementation of authentic project-based learning.
It’s hard to find high-quality, high-interest texts for elementary school students. PebbleGo gives teachers instant access to engaging informational text for elementary students. With this dynamic English Language Arts tool, your students can explore nonfiction text on any device!
Meet Nicole Rollenhagen, Sr. Inside Sales Representative
Learn more about the online research and reading platform PebbleGo by Capstone and how it can be used to enhance learning across the curriculum in the elementary classroom.
PebbleGo is one of the most popular research tools for K-3 across the country, and over the years there have been tons of innovative and fun ways teachers have shared with us they've used PebbleGo to boost literacy and research skills with their students. Here are just 16 of the most popular ideas we've seen!
Here we are in the first week of school and we are brainstorming, meeting and putting lots of new ideas into motion at our school. We want to make it the best year for our students through innovative and amazing learning experiences every day. We had one of these experiences take place in our 2nd grade this week.