Py is a way to learn on your phone that focuses on interactivity and responsiveness. Py figures out what concepts you're weak in and asks you to review them. It keeps you engaged by tracking your progress, letting you earn points, and level up. Py has content built by professors, engineers, and research scientists from Google, Facebook, Yale, and NASA.
Watch a complete first grade reading comprehension lesson that uses academic choice. To help develop student skills for retelling and comprehension, Ms. Porfirio gives her students an academic choice to choose how they want to learn.
Alice is software that was created at Carnegie Mellon University, and is designed to teach junior high school and high school students computer programming in a 3d environment. Create animations, interactive games, videos, and share them.
This article from MindShift outlines some tips and techniques for implementing project-based learning in a way that engages students in deep learning and critical inquiry.
It's never too early to start looking at colleges, applying for scholarships, and so on. If you're planning on going to college, this site lets you search by major, price, location, etc. Can't narrow it down? Compare multiple colleges at once. Have a particular college in mind? Look at its enrollment data, graduation rates, retention rates, how many students get a four-year degree in four years or less, and more.