Quizlet can allow you to create a set of digital flashcards. These can be great for vocabulary practice. You can use the same sets to play games, do quizzes, and even put students into teams to play games.

Digital “Bulletin Board” for student and/or teacher collaboration.

A group editable website.

Google Classroom is a learning management system designed to integrate seamlessly with Google Docs and Drive. It allows teachers to assign homework, easily share documents, hold discussions, and share links.

Kami allows you to annotate and collaborate on PDF files. Collaborators have options to highlight, strikethrough, underline, select, and text to annotate the PDF. Kami Support

As senior leaders, students will begin making their mark on the professional world by creating their own ePortfolio.  As the introduction day, students will begin exploring different blog platforms while weighing the pros and cons of having an online portfolio.  Once students have decided on a platform of their choice (Weebly or Wix), they will begin setting up their "About Me" page.

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Described as a “digital worksheet tool”, Wizer is a robust tool that can be used to create formative or summative assessments, activities and general learning tasks.

Turn your Google Spreadsheets into flashcards, quizzes, games and more!

EdPuzzle is a tool that allows you to turn videos into assessments by integrating questions, audio voice-overs and will even note how much of the video the students watched, if they jumped ahead, etc. 

Pear Deck is a simple interactive presentation tool that allows teachers to poll students, give quizzes and check for understand in a simple to use platform.  Pear Deck allows teachers to share presentations on students devices.