This is a cool notetaking and sticky notes platform.Students can create pinboards where they post their comments, text, image, and they can either post privately or in public.
This is a web tool that allows you to record voice messages and send them to email recipients. If you have set up a classroom blog or website then you can use SpeakPipe to let your students leave voice messages on the content they read.
3- Science Netlinks
This is a wonderful k-12 education resource where you can find teaching tools, interactives, podcasts, and hands-on-activities all for free.
This is a grading web tool. Teachers as well as administrators can use it to easily implement standards- based grading in every classroom.
5- Printable Calendar
If you are looking for calendars to print then Printable Calendar would serve you the best. It lets you print out calendars of each month , and you can also shift the months and print any calendar you want.
6- Utopia Docs
If you want to have an awesome PDF reading experience then try out this tool. It brings a fresh new perspective to reading the scientific literature.
7- Ultraslideshow Lite
This is a great web tool to use to make slideshows with flash. It provides more than 300 flash slideshow to choose from and lets you use music as a background. When you are done you can either burn CDs and DVDs with the auto-play slideshow or embed your slides anywhere on the web.
Backstit.ch is a cool start-up page you can use instead of the late iGoogle. It allows you to organize your materials, links, and favourite websites and services into one single platform.
This is a website you can use to look for all kinds of multimedia resources including music, videos, news stories based on the type and country you select. You can also use it to connect and learn from people from all around the world.
PicLits can be used to improve students writings. This is like a story starter, it provides images for students and they have to come up with text to illustrate them.