A Kahoot is a collection of questions on
specific topics. Created by teachers,
students, business-people and social
users, they are asked in real-time, to an
unlimited number of “players”, creating a
social, fun and game-like learning
any subject
any language
on any device
for all ages

Three types of Kahoot:

Google Drive
Google Drive, formerly Google Docs, is a
file storage and synchronization service
created by Google.
It allows users to:
store files in the cloud
share files
edit documents
spreadsheets, and presentations with

gives every user 15 GB of online free storage space

Dropbox is a home for all your photos,
docs, videos, and files. Anything you add
to Dropbox will automatically show up on
all your computers,phones and even the
Dropbox website — so you can access
your stuff from anywhere.
You can send people links to specific files,
photos, and folders in your Dropbox, too.
This makes Dropbox perfect for team
projects, sharing party photos with

Basic account is free and includes 2 GB of
space. You can download free apps to
access Dropbox from your computer and
mobile device.

Quizlet provides free study tools for students,
teachers, and learners of all ages that can be
used in and out of the classroom, on your own or
with friends, and on the go with our iOS and
Android apps. Once you've
signed up for an account, you can create your
own study sets with the exact material you need
to learn.
Or you can search for sets on your topic that
have already been made by other students and
teachers. To date, Quizlet users have created
over 140 million sets covering everything from
basic Spanish and AP US History, to cashier codes
for a new job.

For teachers:
Using Quizlet is an effective way to get your
students further engaged in what they're learning
both in the classroom and at home. Our site
offers six different study modes that appeal to all
types of learners, allowing students to use what
works best for them and go at their own pace. As
a teacher you can easily create Quizlet classes to
share study material with your students quickly
and track their progress. And with our teambased game, Quizlet Live, it's easy to get your
whole class involved, learning the material and
how to work together in the process.
-free to use, but offer optional upgrades that give you
access to more advanced features.

Engrade is an educational technology
company that provides online
learning management system and
educational assessment products to K-12
school districts.

Divides its education products into four groups:[9]
Corebook - a gradebook specifically designed for
standards-based grading and Common Core
Teach - a school-wide content management
system that integrates third-party content
Assess - a PARCC and SBAC aligned student
assessment tool.
Improve - processes data from Engrade tools and
third parties to provide district-level reports
about student performance.

Audacity is a free, easy-to-use, multi-track
audio editor and recorder for Windows,
Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating
systems. The interface is translated into
many languages. You can use Audacity to:
Record live audio.

Free software gives you the freedom to
use a program, study how it works,
improve it and share it with others.