Written by Devorah Pahmer
Devorah is interning at Wisestamp. She loves traveling, her dog, and crafting the perfect post.
With access to the internet at almost all times, we are constantly connected to the web. Technology has become increasingly essential as a teaching tool in classrooms. The internet is filled with thousands of tools for students to learn and use effectively. These websites can help a student build their image and look like a pro.
Thinglink allows students to add content to images. The user just clicks a spot on the image and adds text, a link to a website, or an embed code for video. It’s a quick and easy way to make a project more dynamic and interactive.
Speaking to potential employers means back and forth email. With WiseStamp you can create a professional email signature that stands out and sets you apart.
Gliffy allows students to create professional flowcharts, diagrams, graphs and more with this easy to use website!
Evernote is a website that has a course and assignment calendar, note-taking tools, and to-do list, save texts and videos and it is all searchable. It can keep you on top of your schoolwork and make sure that you never miss a due date.
Diigo is a virtual highlighter and sticky note system that lets you annotate and take notes on your web research. You can also share your work with classmates.
What tools do you use? Let us know in the comments below!blog comments powered by Disqus