California Educator

September 2015

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Wunderlist — Makes collaboration easy. Share lists and work with colleagues, students, families. Handle reminders, notes, due dates and more. Manage multiple work projects. Access from any device. Evernote — Simply gather everything that matters, such as Web articles, handwritten notes and photos. Track tasks. Write and present with ease. Share, collaborate and discuss in real time. Automatically syncs your devices with your computer. Google Now — From knowing the weather before you start your day, to planning the best route to avoid traffic, get the information you want, when you need it. Tell your phone to send a text message, get directions or call a friend. Dropbox — A home for all your photos, docs and videos. Anything you add to Dropbox automatically shows up on all your computers, devices and even the Dropbox website, so you can access and share it with friends and colleagues from anywhere. G E T Y O U R C L A S S E S and to-do's in order. There are great apps and programs that can help, some tailored to teachers, and others you can customize to handle all of life's lists, notes, tasks and projects — with reminders of when they're due. Among the best: By Terry Ng TeacherKit — Routine class administration is a breeze: Keep track of attendance and grades, add notes for individual students, and get snapshot summaries or detail-rich student records for as many classes as you want. Create seating plans. Email directly from the app. 14 Know & Tell Get Organized!

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