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Conferencing, Communicating & Organizing
Zoom is a communications software that allows you to video conference synchronously with students and/or parents. Users can share their screen with participants. Zoom accounts are currently FREE for K-12 educators.
Set up Google Meet for remote team meetings
Wakelet is a curation and storytelling tool. Users can capture, organize and share multi-media resources with students, teachers, and learning communities.
Organize your resources in a free online ebinder
Talking Points is similar to the app Remind. You can text with parents through the web or your phone without revealing your phone number. Talking Points will translate your messages into over a 100 different languages.
Currently in beta at the moment and is completely free. You can meet with groups of students or one on one synchronously. Users can share their screen with participants.
Free tool for sharing student-created videos.
Padlet is an online "wall" which can be used for writing, collaboration, curation of ideas and/or brainstorming. Teachers and students can use Padlet to have discussions, share web links, post notices, collect feedback, or watch and share videos.
NowComment makes it easy to have rich, engaging discussions of online documents no matter how large (or small) your class or collaboration group.
Podcasting, Videos and Screencasting
With this screen recorder you can capture any area of your screen and add narration using the microphone and video from your webcam. Great for creating tutorials
Google chrome extension for creating screencasts.
Very easy and free podcasting tool!
Anchor is an all-in-one platform where you can create and distribute your podcast from any device, for free.
Free media tool -- videos & webpages
Free video making tool