10 New Educational Web Tools for Teachers

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1- MixedInk

MixedInk is an online collaborative learning platform that is designed to improve students writing outcomes. The platform guides students through a fun and immersive process of writing original essays and evaluating peers.

2- Tutorsbox

An online whiteboard application that lets you use your computer and tablet to give live tutoring classes to your students

3- Snap

Snap is a visual, drag-and-drop programming language that teaches students programming

Digital Explorer engages young people in global issues for a better future. It provides inspirational  lessons and resources direct from the world into the classroom.

5- Sketch Toy

Remember those old cartoons where hand drawn lines appeared to vibrate because of slight variance between frames? This app lets you draw sketches like that right in your browser and share replays with friends!

6- PDF Compressor

PDF Compressor allows you to compress PDF files, reduce pdf file size easily and quickly. It offers an easy-to-use UI. With this handy tool, you can shrink PDF files, reduce the size of PDF files noticeably without any quality loss. The application can process thousands of PDF files at one time. The user interface is intuitive and easy to use, no learning curve, no skill needed.

7- Tab Glue

The new window has your tabs arranged in the same order your windows were, and makes the selected tab in your current window be the new selected tab, so you won't lose track of where your tabs were or what you were doing.

8- Archify

Install the archify browser extension that captures and records your browsing history in the background. You'll never have to recover a deleted history! Currently available for Chrome, Firefox, Firefox Mobile, Safari and Opera.

9- MindMup
MindMup is a mind mapping tools that allows users to easily create mind maps and share them with others. MindMup is also integrated with Google Drive.

10- Dispatch
Dispatches go beyond basic messaging. You can create notes, post links, and even share your work from Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, or Box. Any updates you make to the work you post will immediately be available to your team inside the dispatch.