Listing Category: Tools for Teachers

Google Drive

GoogleDrive

Google Drive lets you store and access your files anywhere on any device. As a personal cloud storage service, it’s certainly comparable in features to Dropbox. Where Drive really excels is in its powerful options for sharing and collaborating on your work anytime and with anyone.

Dropbox

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Dropbox is designed to be a wonderful solution for file storage and access. You are able to use the simple sharing options as an effective method for pushing out and receiving students work.

Slack

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Can slack replace email in your school, establishment or organisation? Slack offers all communication in one place, plus it integrates with many services such as Trello, Google Drive, Google Hangouts etc.

Slack has proven to be an effective way to broadcast information to the entire class. You can use slack to share resources or have 1-on-1 conversations with students.

Trello

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Trello is the FREE, flexible, and visual way to organise anything with anyone.

Tech savvy teachers have now started to use Trello in the classroom. Helping students to manage larger group based projects whilst also helping to visualise students work. Trello has also been helpful when constructing lesson pans.

Splashtop Whiteboard

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Splashtop Whiteboard offers users of existing interactive white boards (IWBs) – such as Mimeo, Mobi, Promethean, Polyvision, or Smart Technologies – a way to extend their investment by accessing their tools from anywhere in the class.

ScreenChomp

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Share a great idea… Explain a tricky concept… Help kids with their homework…

Creative Writing Prompts

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Creative Writing Prompts aides both teachers and students alike, though, offering more than 1,000 starting lines and unique prompts designed to improve one’s writing process.