4 Great Collaborative Tools for Teachers and Educators
There are several ways teachers and educators can use the power of the web to collaborate on joint projects. In a previous post we featured some good whiteboard tools that support collaborative work and today we are sharing with you another collection of educational websites you can use to ‘unlock your team’s creative potential’. We invite you to check them out and share with us if you have other suggestions to add to the list.1- Jamboard
‘Jamboard brings your team together with the same real-time co-authoring that powers G Suite’s apps. Unlock your team’s creative potential – whether they’re in the same room using multiple Jamboards or across the world using the Jamboard app on a phone or tablet.’
‘Padlet is a digital canvas to create beautiful projects that are easy to share and collaborate on. It works like a piece of paper. We give you an empty page – a padlet – and you can put whatever you like on it. Drag in a video, record an interview, snap a selfie, write your own text posts or upload some documents, and voilà! A padlet is born. Make it even more beautiful by choosing custom wallpapers and themes.’3- Trello
‘Trello lets you work more collaboratively and get more done.Trello’s boards, lists, and cards enable you to organize and prioritize your projects in a fun, flexible and rewarding way. Some of its features include: ’
4- Google Docs
Google Docs, part of Google Drive tools, offers a number of interesting collaborative features. You can invite collaborators to help with the editing of a document, share comments, and hold synchronous discussions on the document using the internal chat feature.