Notebook - Take Notes, Sync is a free online and mobile digital notebook that lets students curate original content, web clips, voice memos, and more.
Google Classroom helps teachers manage workflow and communication with their students (it's available as a website, an Android app, and an iOS app).
We’ve looked at apps for a wide range of grade levels — from elementary school up to high school — and these are our favorite mobile apps for students.
The world of Mickey Mouse and his friends cleverly disguises some serious, structured instruction in this kids typing software.
Minecraft is a sandbox game that can be adapted to fit nearly any objective or subject, with lessons lasting as short as one period or the entire year.
Khan Academy, a free website aimed at promoting self-paced instruction, houses thousands of academic videos that are baked into guided, adaptive instruction.
OK Go Sandbox hooks kids with indie group OK Go's music videos and then follows up with guided inquiry and engineering design challenges.
The site is divided into different sections, each focusing on a different area of math and different grade levels.
Screencast-O-Matic is an online screen recorder that allows teachers and students to record, trim, edit, save, and share screencasts.
The free Film It site consists of a set of filmmaking lessons that give students the training to make their own short films without feeling intimidated.
Todoist is a cross-platform productivity app and website where students and teachers can manage tasks, calendar items, and individual or team projects.
Showbie is an assignment, submission and grading tool for desktop and mobile devices, tuned to flipped and one-to-one computing classrooms.
Videos, articles, and interactives are available on topics including Ancient Worlds, Body+Brain, Evolution, Military+Espionage, and many more.
TED-Ed is a website featuring a curated series of educational video lessons on a huge variety of subjects.