Kami is a terrific online tool that lets teachers and students collaborate on documents on a web browser. Perfect for Chromebook or BYOD (bring-your-own-device) classrooms. Students can use Kami to open up documents on a web browser with a simple drag and drop. They can annotate documents by underlining, highlighting and adding notes to each page. It’s also a great way for students to interact with documents straight from their web browser.
Collaborate on Documents
One of the coolest features of Kami is certainly the ability to collaborate and annotate with peers. Students can complete activities in partnerships or annotate text with a group. Although there are clear connections to the English Language Arts classrooms, Kami can be used across the content areas to help students interact with text as they read. Of the thousands of schools already using Kami, many use it through Google Classroom or on Chromebooks through the web extension or app.
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