Let's Get Organized My FAVORITE organizational tools

Google Keep

keep.google.com

As I learn more and more about the amazing things Google has to offer, I am continually impressed with their simple and easy organizing tools. Google Keep allows you to take notes and then label, categorize and share them. Because it is through Google, is it easy to move these notes into Google Docs and expand upon them there if needed.

Feedly

feedly.com

Feedly is a great resource that helps you organize and simplify the way you browse the internet. Instead of visiting blogs individually, Feedly allows you to find the blogs and websites you like, and see their newest posts, all in one place.

Schoology

schoology.com

Schoology is a great way to organize your teaching tasks. It has everything from grade book capabilities, communication and collaboration opportunities and a professional learning community. The layout is clean and easy to explore.

Google Forms

docs.google.com/forms

Google Forms is a tool you can use to create forms or surveys. It is easy to create and design and can be used for all sorts of things. I could see myself using this for a get to know you survey, a volunteer sign up, teaching feedback, and more.

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