Are you looking for apps, tools, and resources that you can use to help your students get organized? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Diigo– This app helps students get familiar with the process of research work. It teaches them to get information from research papers. It also allows them to bookmark sites, highlight information, add sticky notes to pages, organize references, and write comments about a web page.
gTasks– No excuse for lateness or sloppy timelines with gTasks! One of the difficulties of a challenging project is organization and time management, especially for students who haven’t practiced skills in projects of such magnitude. gTasks remind students of the deadlines they’ve set for the projects they have by syncing tasks with Google Tasks and adding reminders to their Google Calendars.
My Study Life– Time management skills are often sought but difficult to fully achieve, especially as an adolescent. Young teens will find solace in My Study Life, as it will help them manage their classes, extracurriculars, exams, tests, homework, and more all in one place. Whether run by a teacher, parent, or student, this app will help students manage their time well and send out reminders when important deadlines are approaching. It can also help create schedules, to-do lists, and aid in planning. This app is free and accessible on any mobile device.