6 Excellent New Web Tools Teachers should Try This Summer

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We came across some wonderful titles from Getting Smart  and included them in the selection below. Check it out and share with us if you have new titles to add to this list:

1- Graphite
There are no limits to what a great educator can achieve when they have the right tools. Graphite, a free service from Common Sense Media, helps teachers find, understand, and share the best digital learning products available.

2- Cyberwise

CyberWise is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art resources for BUSY grownups who want to understand how to use digital media confidently and safely.

3- Teachley

Teachley creates apps based on cognitive science research. It is a good way to capture meaningful data for teachers about what to teach next.

4- Ujam

Make your own song within minutes and sound like a pro. Just for fun, or for serious music production. Compose, record and arrange your song. It’s free and no download is required.

This is a good reading community for kids where they get to improve their reading bar and connect with other kids.

6- Scoot and Doodle

Scoot & Doodle supports essential 21st century learning and innovation skills like communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking. Teachers and students use it to:
  • Bring physically separated classes together
  • Think and prototype visually together
  • Involve remote experts and parents in class projects
  • Collaborate on projects, homework & after-school activities
  • Tutor individuals and small groups face-to-face