Jog The Web
A simple and effective tool for building WebQuests (guided paths through selected sites). The teacher can include comments, questions, or directions for each stop along the path. A student can progress through the path at his/her own pace and revisit sites with ease.
Totally free website where teachers can create WebQuests and share them with others. There are thousands of WebQuests listed in all subjects and grade levels. And there are easy-to-use standard tools for creating your own. You can attach unlimited files and YouTubes, customize a quest to hide or show the pages you want, limit access to designated users, and even include a discussion forum.
Allows you to store websites, pdfs, word documents, and images in a convenient digital binder that is stored online. Best of all, you can share these web-binders, with anyone you like, and you can search for other public binders that have already been created. Livebinders would be perfect for pooling together information for an assignment or test review, or posting letters or notices to students and parents. Another great application would be to have students create a livebinder for an assignment or portfolio.
A Learning Playlist platform that allows educators to curate, collaborate on, and share any kind of content. Articles, videos, PDFs, images, Google Docs, etc. can be easily organized into Playlists and assigned to students in a flipped classroom setting. Teachers can track student progress and students can ask questions with the social interaction feature on the site.