Are you overwhelmed by the vast amount of electronic data that crosses your electronic desktop?
Do you struggle to keep track of the websites and documents you need?
Is it difficult to find resources when you need them? Are you looking for a way to reduce stress and get organized online? We are here to help get you started with cloud storage and web tools for the classroom.
Classroom Organization With Cloud Storage
Online editing is made simple through the web based version of Microsoft Office. Onedrive makes work easier and more available than ever before giving you MUCH more free storage than its competitors.
Google Drive (drive.google.com)
Google Drive cloud storage has an abundance of space for schools. It is great for students to share their documents with teachers and classmates, especially for group projects and peer editing!
Expert Trainer, Jayme Linton explores some of her favorite free resources in the teacher training Go From Overwhelmed to Organized with 5 Free Web Tools. If you are a member of the Teacher Learning Community, you can watch Jayme’s teacher training now to earn your CEUs.
Classroom Organization With Web Tools
Symbaloo ( www.symbaloo.com)
Organize all of your favorite websites on one dashboard. Make web mixes of your favorite sites to use in your classroom and share with anyone with one simple link. You are able to access this tool from any device, anytime. Webmixes are made with existing tiles or create your own.
Are you ever frustrated when you want to access something from online but you don’t have service? Well, that’s where the Pocket app comes in handy. The Google chrome extension lets you add with one click. Go back and search for your items by keyword, date, or name. Choose to mark items as read, delete, or favorite and it’s saved in your archive. The extra bonus is that it integrates with Twitter so you can read your Tweets at a later date.
Educators can use these organizational tools and more to collect information, inform and assess, automate tasks, and make the workflow progress smoothly throughout any student driven learning experience. Learn more classroom organization tips om the Teacher Learning Community.