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Memorial Library Portal: Online Teaching Tools

Tools for Teaching Online

Tools for Leading Spartans to Online Learning Success

Teachers: This is just a small sample of some tools you may want to explore or try. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions! If you have suggestions or other tools you think should be included here,  please let me know.

Be sure to visit the district Digital Learning Team's site for more helpful hints and tips. Eric Benedict and his colleagues have been working hard to place lots of helpful info there.

G Suite

Google G Suite

 

Edpuzzle

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EdPuzzle allows you to upload a video or take a video from Youtube, Kahn Academy, etc. and crop it to just the portion that you need. You can record your own voice on top of the video, and the quiz feature allows you to embed questions for students to answer as they are watching the video. You can see the progress students have made on the questions and the amount of time the student has taken to complete the lesson.

 

Screencastify

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Easy screen recording tool for making screencasts.
Screencastify Chrome Extension.

YouTube

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Kami

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‚ÄčKami is a PDF annotation tool. Teachers can share PDF files with students, and students can annotate the files via track pad or keyboard shortcuts. Features include Highlight, Add Text, Draw On, Add Shapes, and more. Users can either upload PDF files from their computer or from Google Drive.

Kami Chrome Extension

Flipgrid

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Flipgrid is a website that allows teachers to create grids to facilitate video discussions. Each grid is like a message board where teachers can pose questions, called topics, and their students can post video responses that appear in a tiled grid display. Grids can be shared with classes and small groups.

Zoom


Video conferencing

TeachingBooks.net

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TeachingBooks.net is an online database that assists teachers in finding multimedia resources, lesson plans, and links to extend curriculum focused around books. The database features a hug number of fiction and nonfiction books and associated resources with a heavy focus on materials useful for author studies and introductory lessons.

Peardeck


Pear Deck is an interactive presentation and lesson delivery tool designed to engage students as they move through a Google Slides presentation. Students use their Chromebooks to complete student-paced slide decks in class or at home.

Google Keep

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Students can use Keep as a go-to tool for capturing info, whether it's quick notes to self, images that inspire, research info they need to remember, or an ongoing list of things to do. Students and teachers can share assignments or notes with classmates while planning a long-term project.