LoiLoNote School is an active learning, teamwork and creativity tool for students. As a tool for both teachers and students, LoiLoNote School can also be used as a classroom and behavior management tool. It’s perfect to use across the content areas in both a one-to-one and shared tablet environment.
Instead of switching between multiple apps, this free, cloud-based app lets teachers create, import and share materials. Teachers can share their screen, push assignments, compare answers, share private feedback, monitor students’ activity, or lock their screens and communication. Students can create personalized multimedia ePortfolios, collaborate with peers in real time, accomplish a task or share their screen as they present to the class.
Visit their website to check out the user-friendly interface and get started with LoiLoNote School!
LoiLoNote School is now offering free trials of the school license with full support and PD workshops. Contact their team by February 28 to get a spot.
National Geographic has a handful of apps for students including Weird But True, National Parks, Underground Railroad, and Marine Missions. In addition to these great choices for tablets, their website National Geographic Kids is a terrific resource for students and teachers.
National Geographic Kids has games, articles, pictures and more for kids of all ages to explore. It can be used to incorporate informational text or multimedia into a whole class lesson. Students can also dive into the resources on the site to answer their own questions or conduct research projects.
Check out their website to see everything that is available for your students!