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Special thanks to Allison Mackley, NBCT @amackley for creating this incredible document!
 
  Think Create Share Grow
Inquire
Build new knowledge by inquiring, thinking critically, identifying problems, and developing strategies for solving problems.
 
 
 

 
Checkology (virtual classroom support)
Grades 8-12
 
ThinkCERCA (Writing is the path to critical thinking)
 
Post- it Plus (Simply capture your notes, organize and then share)
Teachers or Grades 8-12
 
Wonderopolis (Curiosity to inquiry to discovery)
Grades 2-12
 
The Global Goals (introduces students to the 17 sustainable development goals) (AASL Best Website)
 
The Learning Network (participatory and real-world learning experiences for teachers and students) (AASL Best Website)
 
Stanford History Education Group (lessons and assessments that teach students to use primary sources) (AASL Best Website)
 
Libby (digital ebook borrowing from Overdrive) (AASL Best Apps)
 
Periodic Table (Royal Society of Chemistry’s interactive periodic table) (AASL Best Apps)
 
 
CuriosityMachine(families learning together, and the power of children to lead our future)
 
Team Up by Spiral (We train outstanding role models to transform the lives of disadvantaged pupils.)
 
Science Journal (turn your phone into a light, sound and motion sensor) (AASL Best Apps)
 
Adobe Spark Create ten-second book talk videos for Instagram
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Our Global Classroom
Flipgrid   
(Additional Global Connections available)
 
Mentimeter (interactive, real-time instant responses with visual results)
 
Padlet Creating bulletin boards to share information and ideas that allows users to provide immediate feedback
 
Flipgrid Share ideas in video format that allows users to provide video feedback
 
Better Explained (Math lessons that click)
 
Wonderopolis (Curiosity to inquiry to discovery)
 
edWeb.net (professional learning network (over 75 communities) for teachers, librarians, and administrators) (AASL Best Website)
 
 
 
 
 
Think Create Share Grow
Include
Demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to inclusiveness and respect for diversity in the learning community.
 
Digital Public Library of America (America’s libraries, archives, and museums)
 
National Archives DocsTeach (Create interactive lessons with primary sources to foster historical thinking)
 
PolitiFact (Truth-O-Meter and independent fact-checking)
 
Newsela (supercharges reading engagement)
 
Newseum (importance of a free press and the First Amendment) (AASL Best Website)
 
NPR One (local public radio station and beyond)
 
Loc.gov (Library of Congress)
 
AllSides (sides of current events & engage in civil dialog) (AASL Best Website)
 
FactCheck.org (A nonpartisan, nonprofit “consumer advocate” for voters)
 
Procon.org (Pros and Cons of Controversial Issues)
 
ProPublica (Pursuing stories with moral force)
 
Read Like a Historian (engages students in historical inquiry)
 
Hi From the Other Side (find common ground with the other side of the table)
 
Google Trle (helps you better understand and accept trends (Google data and visualizations)
 
Wonderopolis (Curiosity to inquiry to discovery)
 
Penpal Schools (connects students from around the world to learn together)
 
Voki  (Text to Speech)
 
ChatterPix (Make anything talk)https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/chatterpix-kids-by-duck-duck-moose/id734046126?mt=8
 
Sock Puppets (lip-synched videos)
 
Safe Share TV ( safest way to watch and share YouTube videos)
      
Explain Everything (Turn ideas into understanding)
 
QuickTime (play, record, edit, and share audio and video files on your Mac)
 
Skype in the Classroom (global community of educators creating collaborative & free Skype lessons.)
 
Write the World (The global platform for student writing)
 
Sutori (Create and share visual stories)
 
 PlayPosit (Play videos, posit questions)
 
We Need Diverse Books (books featuring diverse characters)
 
Google Arts and Culture (Where arts and culture meet technology)
 
Classcraft (transforms classrooms through avatars, gamification and creating immersive play that promotes self-actualization, engagement, and collaboration for students (AASL Best Website)
 
Global Oneness Project (free interdisciplinary multimedia stories with timely topics to build empathy) (AASL Best Website)
 
SDG in Action (background and awareness of the United Nations 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Goals) (AASL Best Apps)
 
Seeing AI (translates visual world into words for people with visual difficulties) (AASL Best Apps)
 
 
 
  Think Create Share Grow
Collaborate
Work effectively with others to broaden perspectives and work toward common goals
 
Stormboard (online brainstorming and collaboration tool using virtual sticky notes)
 
DotStorming (Real-time group brainstorming and decision making)
 
Goosechase EDU (The easiest way to create and run a scavenger hunt)  (AASL Best Apps)
 
Trello (visual collaboration tool that creates a shared perspective on any project)
 
AwwApp (online whiteboard for real-time visual collaboration)
 
 
Paste 53 (Fast, collaborative presentations)
 
G-Suite (GAFE)
 
Wizer (Empowering teachers to easily create fun blended worksheets)
 
Screencast O matic (Free screen recorder)
 
 
BoomWriter (interactive writing site promotes creativity and collaboration) (AASL Best Website)
FlipGrid (empowering student voice)
 
Slack (make working life simpler, more pleasant and more productive)
 
Google Keep (Save what’s on your mind)
 
Padlet (easiest way to create and collaborate)
 
Backchannel Chat (secure classroom discussions)
 
Scoot n’ Doodle (creates web and mobile products that facilitate human interaction and connected learning)
 
Microsoft OneNote - Collaboration Space (Connecting educators to resources and information)
 
Let’s Recap (question-led chat tool augmented by the power of video) (AASL Best Website)
 
Hypothes.is (All knowledge, annotated)
Voxer (walkie-talkie messenger with end-to-end encryption)
 
Slack (make working life simpler, more pleasant and more productive)
 
  Think Create Share Grow
Curate
Make meaning for oneself and others by collecting, organizing and sharing resources of personal relevance
 
Biblionasium (students share and recommend favorite books)
 
Goodreads (site for readers and book recommendations)
 
Google Keep (Add notes, lists, photos, and audio to Keep)
 
Office Lens (scanner that creates a text recognized document) (AASL Best Apps)
 
Swiipe: News That Knows You (updated latest news every day; curate a gallery of news sources) (AASL Best Apps)
Easel.ly (create and share powerful visuals, (infographics and posters)
 
Infogram (beautiful infographics, online reports, and interactive maps)
 
Piktochart (Create beautiful infographics, flyers, posters, presentations, and reports)
 
Elink (all-in-one content marketing tool to curate and publish email newsletters and web pages)
 
Pinterest (helps you discover and do what you love)
 
Pocket (something you want to view later, put it in Pocket)
 
Collections by Follett Destiny (easy way for teachers, curriculum staff and librarians to share ideas, web pages, images, documents, videos)
 
Tes Teach (For students and teachers. Lessons are available on various topics across grade levels using various resources. Use a lesson that is already created, or design and create your own.)
 
Zotero (collect, organize, cite, and share research)
 
Time Graphics (incorporate text, video, and graphics to create an online timeline) (AASL Best Website)
 
Incredibox (create, record and share musical creations) (AASL Best Apps)
 
Pixie (create digital stories, nonfiction pages, comics, and podcasts) (AASL Best Apps)
G Suite/Google Drive (
 
Smore (flyers & newsletters)
 
Quizlet (learn with flashcards, games and learning tools)
 
YouTube Playlists  
Padlet (easiest way to create and collaborate)
 
Symbaloo (allows users to organize and categorize web links in the form of buttons)
 
Collections by Follett Destiny (easy way for teachers, curriculum staff and librarians to share ideas, web pages, images, documents, videos)
 
Seesaw (student-driven digital portfolio)
 
eLink.io (newsletters & visual collection of links)
 
Raindrop.io
 
MackinVIA Groups
 
Livebinders
 
Evernote Share Notebooks (share any of your notebooks with other people)
 
Weebly (create a high-quality website, blog or online store)
 
ThingLink (layer video, audio, images, weblinks & text)
Seesaw (student-driven digital portfolio)
 
Fresh Grade (digital portfolio & assessment platform)
 
Google Sites (NEW) (create and share web pages)
 
Bulbapp (digital portfolio)
 
  Think Create Share Grow
Explore
Discover and innovate in a growth mindset developed through experience and reflection
 
Twitter (connect with others and find the latest news and world events)
 
lino (digital sticky notes)
 
BioInteractive (multimedia science resources) (AASL Best Website)
 
Science Friday (free STEM activities, lessons, and resources) (AASL Best Website)
 
Engaging Congress (interactive game using primary sources - basic tenets of gov’t and challenges of contemporary society) (AASL Best Apps)
 
Google Spotlight Stories (virtual reality stories) (AASL Best Apps)
 
PBS KIDS Games (learning games with PBS KIDS characters)  (AASL Best Apps)
 
PBS Kids Video (access PBS shows) (AASL Best Apps)
 
Inspiration Maps (visual learning app (diagrams/graphic organizers) on the iPad
 
MindMeister (Mind Mapping Software)
 
Popplet(with mind-maps, students think and learn visually)
 
Code (exposing all students to computer science)
 
CoSpaces EDU (code, build, animate and navigate 3D and 360-degree virtual reality worlds) (AASL Best Website)
 
Metaverse (storyboarding process to create interactive augmented reality games, interactive stories and more) (AASL Best Website) (AASL Best Apps)
 
Pencil Code (introductory coding concepts to create art, music or other creative projects) (AASL Best Website)
 
Typito (create videos using icons, shapes, and photos)  (AASL Best Website)
Adobe Spark (Post, Page, Video)
 
Seesaw (student-driven digital portfolio)
Breakout EDU (immersive learning games platform)
 
Google Translate (translate language and photos) (AASL Best Apps)
 
Human Anatomy Atlas 2018 (creates a 3D/AR lab, offering male and female models) (AASL Best Apps)
 
 
 
Think Create Share Grow
Engage
Demonstrate safe, legal, and ethical creating and sharing of knowledge products independently while engaging in a community of practice and an interconnected world
 
NearPod (transform teaching and learning with an interactive classroom solution)
 
Pixabay (free images, vectors, and videos)
 
Checkology (students learn to navigate information landscape)
 
Be Internet Awesome (multifaceted program includes free web-based game and an educational curriculum) (AASL Best Website)
 
Discuss by Spiral (Create interactive presentations to spark creativity)
 
Flickr (find inspiration with billions of photos)
 
Prodigy (math adventure game) (AASL Best Website)
App Inventor (Start coding to design Android Apps) (AASL Best Website)
 
NoodleTools (Student research platform with bibliographies, notecards, outlining)
 
iMovie (iOS and macOS Hollywood-style trailers and video creation)
 
Canva (Create beautiful designs)
 
Paper 53 ( immersive sketching app for capturing ideas anywhere)
 
WeVideo (Make and share videos with cloud-based editing)
 
Buncee (empowers students as creators of engaging multimedia)
 
Smore (beautiful and easy-to-use newsletters)
 
Do Ink (animation, drawing & green screen)
 
Venngage (infographics)
 
EarSketch (blend coding concepts with music theory) (AASL Best Website)
 
Kapwing (create everything from video montages and memes to stop action videos and sound effects) (AASL Best Website)
 
Loom (screencast and webcam video production)  (AASL Best Website)
 
Tinkercad (design 3D objects, such as prototypes, toys, practical tools, replacement parts, Minecraft models, jewelry, and more) (AASL Best Website)
 
Hopscotch: Make Games (learn the fundamentals of programming by making games and apps) (AASL Best Apps)
Edublogs (WordPress powered blogs, e-portfolios, and websites)
 
Blogger (Publish your passions your way with a unique and beautiful blog)
 
Book Creator (create ebooks on iPad, Chromebooks and on the web) (AASL Best Website)
 
Clips (iOS app for making and sharing fun videos with text, effects, graphics, and more) (AASL Best Apps)
 
My Simple Show (transforms any text into an animated explainer video)
 
Powtoon (animated short videos)
 
 
Seesaw (student-driven digital portfolio)
 
EdPuzzle (Make any video your lesson)
 
YouTube Channel  
Creative Commons Search (find images that you can use and remix across several open archives)
 
Google Sites (create and share web pages)
 
Write the World (The global platform for student writing)
 
CreateKahoot! ( game-based platform that makes learning awesome)
 
Go Formative (web-app for classrooms that allows teachers to give live assignments)
 
StoryboardThat (digital storytelling)
 
 
Special thanks to Allison Mackley, NBCT @amackley for creating this incredible document!
 

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