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Updated by Emily Leichtle on Mar 13, 2017
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GoogleDocs

GoogleDocs

Even though this seems pretty basic, it is really important for my class. In English, we use Google Docs on almost a weekly basis. The ability for students to collaborate with each other with the teacher makes it especially useful.
-Emily

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Canva

Canva

Canva is a great tool for creating visuals. In English, we are using it to create logos that help us create and analyze symbolism. It's a website, not an app, but it's very user friendly and fun. You could use it to make logos, posters, brochures, etc.
-Emily

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WeVideo

WeVideo

Students can use WeVideo to create, edit and publish original work. This tool helps share to other tools like YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, etc. where students can collaborate and share further. -Sarah

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Google Slides

Google Slides

Google Slides is a great alternative to sites like Prezi because of how easily it allows for collaboration in creating a product. The fact that students can access them and share them via Google Drive and Google Classroom provides equity among different technology platforms. They can also be used to create a Hyper Doc! -Sarah

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padlet

padlet

Padlet is easy to use, user can use familiar skills of posting and sharing. I like the part that users can add posts with one click, copy-paste, or drag and drop. Changes are autosaved while it also allows for quick collaboration and sharing. - Diane

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SMARTamp

Using SMART amp is easy to set up and makes lesson creation a breeze. Collaboration is easy with this new web-based tool.

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My Maps

My Maps

Anthony Hansen

Google My Maps is your way to keep track of the places that matter to you. Easily make custom maps to remember your favorite places, explore new cities, or plan great vacations or experiences for kids. Personalize your custom maps and take them with you anywhere. Search for new places to save to the map or drop a pin right where you're standing.

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Google Arts & Culture

Google Arts & Culture

Anthony Hansen

Google Arts & Culture allows you to discover exhibits and collections from museums and archives all around the world. Explore cultural treasures in extraordinary detail, from hidden gems to masterpieces.

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Quizlet Live!

Quizlet Live!

[https://quizlet.com/live]
Students can join a round of Quizlet Live by put in teacher's game code to play on a computer, tablet, or phone. Quizlet Live is an in-class, team-based learning game. Students work together to correctly match a Quizlet set terms and definitions. I have used Quizlet for years, this is a new add-on tools that brings game into the other collaborative level. -- Diane

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Screencast-O-Matic

Screencast-O-Matic

This application allows the user to record activity on their screen. Teachers can use it to model digital citizenship, and application user-ability (example: how to turn in a paper to Turnitin.com). Students can use it to record presentations, verbal feedback, etc. It is really easy to use, and allow you to record your screen and/or record from a webcam. -Alexa Bailey

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Google Scholar

Google Scholar

This App allows users to take the phrase "Google It," to a whole new level. The application allows users to broadly search scholarly literature, including disciplines like: articles, theses, court opinions and universities. This application can help students conduct research that warrants more reliable and scholarly sources.

Momentum

Momentum is a chrome extension that replaces a new tab page with a personal dashboard featuring todo, weather, and inspiration. I introduce it to students as a way for them to set focus and frame their attitudes throughout the day as well as plan their "to do" list.. Also, the Momentum background is always a gorgeous landscape so every time you open a new tab you get re-focused to that place and attitude . Standard: Digital citizenship: demonstrates personal responsibility for lifelong learning.--Kathy

Instagram Web

The Instagram™ app sends notifications whenever a friend posts a new photo or someone comments on your posts. This is a great way to kick off a theme with students. For example: With a school issued Instagram account, you can create a theme with a weekly concept such as freedom or inclusion. Post the theme word and have students take photos that represent the theme. Also, you can have students create the theme for the week as it relates to your content in class. Standard: Digital Citizenship: Exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning and productivity. ---Kathy