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Digital Tools for the 21st-Century Classroom

These are some of my favorite digital tools for creating, collaborating, curating, and communicating in the 21st-century classroom.
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Barbara Lee

on 15 January 2016

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Piktochart
Google Docs
Screencast-o-Matic
Explain
Canva
Write &
Present
Read & Research
InstaGrok
How Stuff Works
Pinterest
Evernote
Pearltrees
Tackk
Padlet
Google Drive
Curriculet
Present
VoiceThread
Curate
Collaborate
Build a Portfolio
Pathbrite
Evernote
Live Links
Animoto
MyHistro.com
The Digital Vault
HaikuDeck
Evernote
The Big History Project
Unbiased, easy-to-understand answers and explanations of how the world actually works.
Free, no subscription required.
Best for science and history.
More targeted to upper school.
Embed a layer of questions, quizzes, and rich media annotations into any reading assignment
Search through the archives and build your own query pathway at the Digital Vault.
Add depth to your story through maps, timelines, photos, & videos.

Free for educators.
Research any topic with
an interactive concept map.
Make your own infographics to explain your topic.
From the Big Bang to the modern day — and to what may lie ahead, Big History considers the great questions about our Universe, our planet, life, and humanity.
Make a video from photo- graphs and music. Free for educators.
ThingLink is in a class by itself. Embed active links,
videos, text, and photos into a photo or a video to amplify your story. Web-based, it is free for educators.
https://www.curriculet.com

http://www.howstuffworks.com

https://bighistoryproject.com

http://www.digitalvaults.org

https://myhistro.com

https://www.instagrok.com




http://www.screencastomatic.com

http://www.canva.com

http://www.evernote.com

http://www.pathbrite.com

https://www.animoto.com

https://www.haikudeck.com
Share
Free online screen capture software, easy to use.
Free web-based slide deck software that helps you tell your story with beautiful photos.
An interactive collaboration and sharing tool with images, documents, and videos. Inexpensive educational license.
A simple way to create beautiful pages on the web. It’s your very own page, flyer, blog post, or poster.
Online bulletin
board for sharing
ideas.
The ultimate destination to drag and drop files.
Collect your life’s work
(documents, audio, video,
badges, etc.) in a portfolio
you can upload to your LMS.
Limitless notebooks
for storing and
sharing.
A digital, visual bulletin-board for students and teachers to collect web-based content.
Evernote holds everything, and is available for free on Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android devices.
Very similar to Pinterest, Pearltrees lets you collect and curate documents, photos, and notes, as well as websites.
https://www.pearltrees.com

https://www.padlet.com

https://www.tackk.com

https://www.piktochart.com
A Final Word
Many, if not all of these resources can be
used for multiple purposes, as I’m sure you
can tell. You can share portfolios with
PathBrite; you can use Pearltrees as a digital
notebook to collect content, etc. Which tool
you choose will depend largely upon your
preferences. And of course there are more
resources out there to explore.
Go tell your story!
Track mastery of literacy skills and Common Core standards in real-time
Browse through hundreds of photographs, documents, and film clips and discover the connection between some of the National Archives’ most treasured records.
Free for educators.
for Creating, Collaborating, and Presenting
Grow Your Digital Content
Grow Your Digital Content
Your Story.
Filled with articles, videos, and activities for Upper
School students.
at the National Archives
Click on any topic to see
related websites, images,
definitions, and videos.
Write & share in the cloud
Cloud-based notebook software
Web-based software to create blog graphics, presentations, covers, flyers, posters, invitations.
Click on any of these links to learn more.
Free, easy-to-use, and collaborative.
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