- https://prezi.com/ - presentation software that Katie used to present. Screen moves from slide to slide
- https://www.polleverywhere.com/ - quick class poll, create word walls
- http://quizizz.com/ - similar to Kahoot, can be student paced
- https://getkahoot.com/ - the Kahoot that was presented by Mr. Havranek
- https://www.peardeck.com/ - similar to quizziz and kahoot, requires a Google account for every student and has premium features not available in free version
Chrome Extensions - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/apps
Chrome extensions will show up on the top, right side of your browser. Once you download them, you will have them every time you use a Chrome Browser.
- Speakit! - Highlight text to speak
- Screencastify - create screencasts on the chrome
- DF Youtube - blocks all of suggested videos on the side of youtube videos
- Suggesting Mode - (View -> Mode -> Suggesting) - leaves the original text on a Google Doc, but allows someone else to “suggest” revisions. Student will have to go and resolve the issue
- Revision History - (File -> See Revision History) - Google Docs saves all of revision history for a document
- Dictation in Google Docs - (Tools -> Voice Typing) - Only in Chrome Browser - like Siri on your phone
- GoogleDoc Add-ons - (Click Add-ons in Google Docs) - similar to Chrome Extensions
- EasyBib - creates a citation in MLA or APA format for Google Docs
- translate.google.com - has the ability to speak into google translate. Does have the ability to translate an entire document, file, or website.
Collect and Curate
- Google Drive - cloud storage
- Google Keep - like sticky notes on Google
- Evernote - notes anytime, anywhere, any device
- Pinterest - keep certain articles that are beneficial for research
- Youtube Channels and Playlists - ability to create a playlist and upload videos
- Mr. Havranek’s Science Channel as an example
Communicate and Collaborate
- Backchanneling - https://todaysmeet.com/ - use when showing a long video or long assignment. Ask students questions in the backchannel to create interaction. Help them watch the video with a purpose.
- Blogging - http://blogger.com - Can use to highlight daily learning, students can have their own blogs as well. Is tied to a student’s google account.
Show What You Know
- Screencastify Chrome Ext - capture video/audio on your computer
- Google Slides - google’s version of PowerPoint. There is the ability to share between students
- Prezi (https://prezi.com/) - like a PowerPoint. Creates zoom in and out slideshows. This is the presentation tool Katie used during the presentation.
- ThingLink - (https://thinglink.com) - upload picture, students add “hot spots” to explain the picture. Students build in the buttons to highlight the information
Creation and Choice
- Smore - (https://smore.com) online posters. Can add videos, pictures, and text
- Adobe Slate (https://slate.adobe.com)- Scrollable poster with images and words
- Canva - (http://canva.com) Create visual elements for any project
- Youtube Capture - record and edit videos right from YouTube
Padlet (https://padlet.com) - online corkboard for ideas. Katie used at the end of the presentation