Mindomo: This free application and website allows students to create outlines and mind maps. Students can work alone or collaboratively with peers and can access tools without needing an internet connection. These tools are more sophisticated than other mind mapping p
rograms and is best for upper middle school and high school students. (iOS, Android, Website, Desktop). Posted on: Classroom Tools.
Quizlet: This application and website allows students and teachers to create and study digital flashcards. Students and instructors can create their own sets from scratch or look up sets made by other users. There is a variety of study options including games allowing students to review material in different ways. Instructors can create digital classrooms and share their cards with their students. (iOS, Android, Website). Posted on: Classroom Tools.
Classroom: This app allows instructors to connect with and manage student iPads during use. Teachers can share material, monitor students’ screen activity, assign iPads, organize groups, and lock students in or out of apps among other functions. (iOS). Posted on: Just for Teachers.
Seesaw: This application and website allows students and teachers to create, share, and manage digital portfolios of classwork. Student work can be shared with the class in the classroom ‘blog’ space and teachers have the option to allow parents to view their student’s work. (iOS, Android, Kindle, Chromebook, Website). Posted on: Classroom Tools.