Classroom Organization Can Be Difficult
*photo courtesy of Whooo's Reading
With all of the tasks plaguing today’s educators, it can be difficult to stay on top of classroom organization, wouldn’t you agree? Well then, it’s a good thing you’re here! Our very own Lauri Brady, elementary technology integrator for Central York School District (in Pennsylvania) and outstanding instructor of Eduspire’s “Computational Thinking and Coding in the Classroom,” “iPads in Education,” and “K6 Edition: Teaching Digital Age Learners“ courses, recently guest published a blog post called “22 Essential Apps for Classroom Organization” on the popular Whooo’s Reading ed-tech blog.
But…There’s an App (or Several Dozen Apps) for That!
The topic of the post is – yep, you guessed it – helpful apps for classroom organization, and Lauri provides insights into her top 20+ choices from her own classroom experience, broken down into straightforward categories such as “Assignments and Writing,” “Formative Assessment Tools,” “LMS,” “Screencasting,” and more!
Within each category, Lauri lists her top app choices for that particular type of task, how each app improves classroom organization, whether the app is free or has a price tag, and explains some of the benefits of the app in comparison with similar choices.
More About the Author:
Lauri spent 12 years in the classroom teaching 4th and 5th grade before becoming the elementary technology integrator for Central York School District (in Pennsylvania). She supports five elementary buildings across the district providing classroom support, coaching, and professional development—a job that she LOVES! Her experience, not only as an educator but with technology as well, makes these recommendations even more worthy of trying out in your own school and seeing whether they improve your classroom organization! Click below to read the full post – you will be taken to the Whooo’s Reading website in a new browser window.
Tell Us What You Think!
After you read it, feel free to meet us at back here or at our social media channels and join the conversation! We want to know which of these apps you’ve heard of, tried, loved, didn’t quite love, or whether there are similar ones not listed here that you would recommend over any of the ones on Lauri’s list! How do you stay on top of classroom organization?