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What are your favorite apps for teaching/organizing?

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  • Brandi Jordan
    Teaching since: 1996
  • August 5, 2016 at 5:13 am

    Do you have a favorite app for teaching or organizing student work? Maybe there’s one that you use to share data with parents? Share your favorite apps below!

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  • Classroom Teacher
    Elementary School
    New York
  • August 17, 2016 at 9:05 am

    “Confer” app is a must!! The app lets you pre-load your roster and has different academic categories. You can pre-load comments for each unit so that when you are conferencing with a student, all you have to do is tap the comment you want. It also allows you to group students and upload student work. It’s an easy way to keep all student assessment records for parent teacher conferences too!

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  • Classroom Teacher
    Elementary School
  • August 26, 2016 at 8:11 pm

    Live Binders is a great way to consolidate curriculum you want to share with students. Parents can access it too for ways to help augment helping at home. The coolest part is that you can create ePortfolios to compile student work in a digital format. It’s a great way to preserve and share accomplishments. I also have used to communicate with parents via text. It is a double-blind platform that allows me to send out mass reminders without giving out my phone number. This year I may try Bloomz, which looks similar.

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  • November 23, 2017 at 1:45 am

    While looking for classroom management solutions recently, I came across Faronics Insight which is by far the best classroom management software. It has a central console which helps teachers not just monitor student activities but also control the devices of each student. It can restrict access to browsers and several applications that eliminate distractions. We first tested it in the 30 day trial period, and then took the decision of buying it.

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