Are you looking for student collaboration apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
MURAL– Brainstorming is simple, easy, and fun with MURAL. The app allows multiple students or group members to work together to collaborate, share ideas, and determine solutions. It will help make thoughts concrete and visual, so they can be further evaluated. MURAL creates
Trello – Trello helps you collaborate on projects from beginning to end. It uses boards, lists, and cards to keep you organized. Cards can be filled with comments, attachments, due dates, and more. Trello can integrate with the apps already being used by your school, such as Calendar, Slack, and Google Drive. This app can be used by teacher teams, administration, or students—anyone that has a project can benefit from organizing it through Trello.
Google Classroom– You can carry out most of your classroom operations in one comfortable location with the Google Classroom app. Administering quizzes, giving classwork and homework, and making announcements are made easier with this app. The Google Classroom works in unity with other Google apps such as Google Docs. Thus, students can work in cooperation on assignments and automatically save their work on Google Doc.
Google Apps for Education– Google Apps for Education offers several free apps available for educators and parents. With this app, students can work together on their files with a live display showing what part is being edited by whom. Also, students can come together in a group to create a diagram, prepare a presentation with a slideshow, and so on.