Our classrooms are becoming increasingly digitized…which is extremely exciting!
I LOVE Evernote! This tools works with so many other apps-including the digital version of my textbooks. Students can create notebooks, highlight, include images, video, recordings, and so much more. For more information about this amazing tool, please click here.
Add this app to your Chrome account! It’s free! Highlight a selection of text on a page, right click, and add it to your notes.
Google Keep (Chrome)
This is seriously an awesome app, and is definitely a must have for my Chromebook classroom. Students could use this as a note-taking tool, but it would also be beneficial for just recording tasks or reminders. Check it out! It’s FREE!
Due to the increasing digital nature of our classrooms, our students will most likely be watching short video clips at some point in time. These videos could be created by the teacher in the flipped model, found on YouTube, Vimeo, etc. VideoNot.es is an incredible tool that students can use to take notes while watching a video…and it can be save in the student’s Google Drive and Evernote! For more information about VideoNot.es, please click here.
Thanks for reading 🙂