1 – TweetDeck

2 – Google Hangouts on Air

  • The New Google Hangouts on Air How-To Guide – Nikki D. Robertson
    This is an awesome step-by-step directions for setting up your Google Hangout on Air and taking it live for others to view and participate in. The directions are done in slide format with images.
  • Example GHoA that Mollee and Tavia did for their online bookclub #YearofYA
    This video was done as a live hangout and then the recorded hangout was edited in YouTube Video Editor and posted to our site.

3 – Periscope

4 – Voxer

5 – Nimbus Screenshot & Screencast

6 – Canva

7 – YouTube Video Editor

8 – DoInk Green Screen

9 – Participate Learning (formerly appolearning)

10 – SeeSaw

  • QTbyTM challenge
  • SeeSaw Help Center
    Check out these tutorial Videos on EVERYTHING SeeSaw from the company itself.
  • Amazing SeeSaw Livebinder
    This Livebinder is FULL of SeeSaw resources to help teachers get started and use this tool effectively in the classroom. YOU MUST CHECK THIS OUT!
  • PD in Your PJs Recordings – SeeSaw Support
    SeeSaw offers great professional development from its ambassadors. There are great recordings that are grade level specific.

11 – Padlet

12 – Book Creator

** Please remember to use images that you own, or are under creative commons “free-use” licensing. Another great way to illustrate or include images is using Canva. Learn more from the resources under tool #6

13 – Google Cardboard (plus Google Street View & 360° video)

14 – Feedly

15 – BreakoutEDU

16 – Sphero & Makey Makey (cheap & easy Makerspace additions)

17 – Gzaas!

18 – Goosechase

19 – Piktochart

20 – Noisli