Seesaw provides opportunities for students and teachers to really think creatively and demonstrate learning in different ways. Students can show their work and thought processes in real time by submitting a video of themselves working through a math problem, snapping a picture of a paragraph they wrote, recording themselves reading a speech, or uploading a file from a device, cloud locations, or Google Drive to demonstrate their learning.
Edmodo is a global education network that helps connect all learners with the people and resources needed to reach their full potential.
List of LMS for schools software including Canvas, Moodle, Articulate 360, Schoology.
Showbie is a free educational app for teachers and students that makes creating and completing assignments, providing assessments, and storing grades easy.
Whether you're working with teammates on a project or planning a weekend activity with loved ones, Microsoft Teams helps bring people together so that they can get things done.
Zoom is a video conferencing platform to connect, communicate and work with others virtually in real time.
Pear Deck is a cloud-based student engagement solution designed to help schools organize synchronous and asynchronous learning, create formative assessments, and monitor participation in real-time. Teachers can create custom courses using interactive questions, polls and quizzes, and collect responses in real-time.
Quizizz is software that is used in class, group assignments, pre-test review, formative assessments and pop quizzes.
Seamlessly engage audiences across hybrid workspaces through live online polling, surveys, Q&As, quizzes, word clouds, and more using Poll Everywhere.
Quizlet makes simple learning tools that let you study anything. Start learning today with flashcards, games and learning tools — all for free.
Survey Monkey is a free online survey tool which can also be used for Quizzes.
Plickers is a rapid-response classroom-polling app that lets teachers use one mobile device to scan paper cards for student responses.
Kahoot! is a game-based learning platform, used as educational technology in schools and other educational institutions. Its learning games, "kahoots", are user-generated multiple-choice quizzes that can be accessed via a web browser or the Kahoot app.
Socrative is a cloud-based student response system developed in 2010 by Boston-based graduate school students. It allows teachers to create simple quizzes that students can take quickly on laptops - or, more often, via classroom tablet computers or their own smartphones.
Padlet is a website and app that allows students to curate information onto virtual boards called Padlets. The free version only allows for three Padlets.
Flipgrid is a website and app that allows teachers to facilitate video discussions. Students are organized into groups and then given access to discussions.
Remind is a safe, classroom-friendly communication website and app where teachers can send messages, en masse or targeted, to individuals or groups without disclosure of anyone's personal contact information.
This website contains resources to assist teaching students about intellectual property.
This webpage contains cyber lessons to educate students about digital information security practices
Cyber security, safety and trust are the keystone of our digital economy. Government investments in safety and security are enabling businesses and consumers to actively engage in the digital economy with confidence.
Useful information to help students stay safe online.
This position statement seeks to identify the many positive benefits of media and digital technology for children and adolescents, but also recognises areas of concern.
This website explores the Information and Communications Technology IRC's Skills Forecast, the key demands impacting the ICT sector.
This webpage explores the social impact of ICT.
Teaching Adolescents How to Evaluate the Quality of Online Information - use these strategies to help middle and high school students identify relevance, accuracy, bias, and reliability in the content they read.
Evaluating Legitimate Sources - Students will be able to address the issues surrounding finding sources on the Internet that are credible. Students will be able to identify this by focusing on items such as the author, the date it was written, and if the information can be proven.
On this webpage, you'll find Search Literacy lessons and A Google A Day classroom challenges about how to conduct effective web searches.
Evernote is an app designed for note taking, organizing, task management, and archiving.
Microsoft OneNote is a note-taking program for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It gathers users' notes, drawings, screen clippings, and audio commentaries. Notes can be shared with other OneNote users over the Internet or a network.
Notes is a notetaking app developed by Apple.
This blog by Oliver Rist outlines 10 free data visualisation tools.
Trello is a collaboration tool that organizes your projects into boards. In one glance, Trello tells you what's being worked on, who's working on what, and where something is in a process.
With Dropbox you can store and share files, collaborate on projects, and bring your best ideas to life—whether you're working alone or with others.
Telegram is a secure messaging and audio calling cloud-based app that allows you to send messages, photos, videos and files of any type to your contacts for free.
Backchannel Chat is designed for educational discussions, it provides all the tools an educator could need to facilitate online discussions.
This blog by Navya Muralidhar explores how QR codes are used for innovative learning possibilities in the classroom.
Online resource repository for teachers which includes games, QR skill posters, podcasts, visuals etc.
Kinovea is free open source software for video annotation designed for sport analysis. It features utilities to capture, slow down, compare, annotate and measure motion in videos.
Jarrod is a Physical Education teacher from country Victoria Australia, with a passion and enthusiasm for the role emerging technologies play within teaching and learning.
Make healthier food choices with the FoodSwitch app. Simply scan a barcode to get its nutrition information and healthier alternatives.
ACHPER Branches around Australia hold regular Professional Learning conferences, seminars and workshops which provide opportunities for professionals to network and engage with contemporary practices and ideas in the Health, Physical Education and Recreation space.
Play by the Rules provides information, resources, tools and free online training to increase the capacity and capability of administrators, coaches, officials, players, parents and spectators to assist them in preventing and dealing with discrimination, harassment, child safety, inclusion and integrity issues in sport.
Refresh.ED is a resource to help teachers introduce food and nutrition in their classrooms.
PE Games is the premier app for PE Teachers on the app store, containing over 200 games in a variety of categories.
Educreations is a unique interactive whiteboard and screencasting tool that's simple, powerful, and fun to use. Annotate, animate, and narrate nearly any type of content as you explain any concept.
This is a list of 50 of the best podcasts for high school students.
Augmented reality (AR) lets students and teachers overlay information, visuals, and other content into the real world, providing new context and powerful connections to enhance learning and build understanding. Teachers can use AR apps in their existing lessons.
Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) enables visual learners to see how abstract Math concepts work in a three-dimensional (3D) environment which makes them easier to understand and retain.
This website outlines 5 ways to use augmented reality in the classroom.
This is a blog about a teen blogger.
In this blog you will learn how to create a science blog.
Create a website or blog using this platform which has simple to use templates.
This webpage contains information on the top research strategies for students.
This webpage contains a list of the best drawing and software apps in 2021.
With tailored, step-by-step guidance, it's easy to build a professional website with Weebly.
Create a free website or build a blog with ease on WordPress.com. Dozens of free, customizable, mobile-ready designs and themes. Free hosting and support.
Gives students the ability to make a 30-second video presentation on a topic.
Record voice memos on iPhone, iPad or Mac which can be edited and shared. A great way to create podcasts.
Over 10 unique game modes to play where students can also create their own questions for the game.
Helps you create polls, embed them into websites, and analyze responses. Great for data collection and analysis activities.
AnswerGarden is a new minimalistic feedback tool. Plant a question and invite participants to your AnswerGarden. Their answers will instantly form a growing word cloud. Great tool for collaborating on an investigation.
Software that facilitates team collaboration in a visual format, similar to mind mapping but using visual and text inputs. Great tool for working on an investigation.
Allows whole-class collaboration in real time. Great for brainstorming topics and for discussions.
In this lesson, explore the ancient history and architectural magnificence that have withstood bombardments, massive earthquakes and vandalism to continue serving as a reminder of Greece's rich heritage.
This website has compiled a list of their ten favorite language learning mobile apps.
Learn a new language with the world's most-downloaded education app! Duolingo is the fun, free app for learning 35+ languages through quick, bite-sized lessons. Practice speaking, reading, listening, and writing to build your vocabulary and grammar skills.