Digital Wish funds technology for teachers

September 28, 2010

Digital Wish is a non-profit dedicated to solving classroom technology shortfalls. Teachers can create a wish list of technology items that they’d like to use. Donors fund the purchase of a specific piece of technology that will hopefully be used in several classroom projects.

Events made easy with Eventbrite

September 23, 2010

Eventbrite allows users to publish, promote, manage registration, and direct web traffic to events. If you don’t charge a fee for your programs, Eventbrite won’t charge you, either.

Build your own board games with The Game Crafter

July 30, 2009

BY BILL FERRIS Before all these fancy-shmancy video games, folk used to play games on slabs of cardboard. “Board games” we called ’em, and I don’t recall people getting bored playing them. Now, a few of you creative types as … Continued

Put Your Scheduling to a Vote with Doodle

March 27, 2008

You can’t beat the power of democracy. It’s useful both as a system of government and a way to decide what time to schedule a meeting. As great as democracy is, though, you may have noticed that a lot of … Continued

Raise Money for Your School with BoxTops4Education

February 6, 2008

Raid your pantry for snacks and educational funding. Since 1996, General Mills has raised more than $200 million for K-8 schools with their BoxTops4Education program. For every box top your school sends in, it will receive a dime. Hey, that … Continued

Depend on the Kindness of Strangers: DonorsChoose.org

November 15, 2007

Fund your class project idea with other people’s money. Or maybe help other teachers reach their classroom goals with just a small donation. DonorsChoose.org allows teachers to submit project proposals, complete with total cost, to their website. Web-savvy philanthropists can … Continued