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Updated by darby-pearson97 on Aug 12, 2018
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Google Docs

Google Docs is a word processing program that allows students to share their work with their teacher. The teacher is then allows to leave notes on the work, all virtual. This would be a great tool, especially if a student was needed help after school is over.


Virtual Fieldtrips

There are many different sites that can be used for virtual fieldtrips. Google Expeditions is one of the sites I learned a lot about during this course. I also learned that many museums have virtual fieldtrips on their websites.



A virtual mind mapping program. This is a fantastic tool that allows students to virtually create mind maps, graphic organizers, or even posters. It's very fun and user friendly.



Twine is a digital storytelling tool that allows students to create stories with alterative endings. A finished Twine project allows readers to change the story each time they read.


Game Based Learning

I learned so much in this course about games that can actually help your students learn valuable information, while having fun!

This is just one example website.


Class Dojo

Class Dojo is a great way to keep parents involved, monitor students progress, and monitor their behavior.



Flipgrid would be a great tool for students to use to make discussion posts on a topic in the form of a video. That's my favorite use of this program.


Scratch and Scratch Jr.

This is a game designed to teach kids coding at a basic level. However, while the beginning levels are basic, it allows lots of opportunities to learn and practice harder coding levels, too.



This is a presentation program that is similar to prezi, which I also love. It's great to have multiple presentation options for the students to choose from.


Story Jumper

A digital storytelling tool that allows students to create their own stories with pictures.