We write about education technology a lot. Probably too much. The reason for that is because there’s just so much of it out there. It’s difficult to figure out what the newest tool is and how it could help in the classroom. More importantly, it’s simply impossible to find out what thousands of teachers think about the latest and greatest teaching tool.
I’m proud to be on the board of advisors for ClassroomWindow, an unbiased directory of teaching tools. From textbooks to assessments to tablets to smartphones, it’s all there. The site has only been live for a couple days but already has hundreds of resources, reviews, and users.
ClassroomWindow is a place where you can find what teachers actually think about a product you’re considering purchasing or downloading. Want to quickly find out which smartphone teachers recommend? What about which Android tablet? How about the best biology textbook for high school? It’s all there.
To celebrate the launch of the site, ClassroomWindow is giving away a pantload of prizes to the top reviewers: a Macbook Air, iPod Touch, Kindle Fire, and more. Best of all, it’s free and easy to sign up right now.