I knew I forgot a Tool!

In my recent post about 5 essential tools, I mistakenly left out Evernote. I use Evernote on every device I have including my laptop so I have complete access to files, student work, emails, pictures or memos. Evernote is ubiquitous and is one of those tools that is paramount when you work on several devices. You can also have your students use Evernote and set up folders for you and your student to share or a group of students to collaborate on together in class.

The only drawback is that unlike Google docs where students collaborate at the same time, Evernote doesn’t have that feature. Hopefully it is added in the future. And using Google docs or Google Apps for Education is a another given – even if for just personal use and your students aren’t using Google apps. You can collaborate on projects or lesson plans with your colleagues.

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