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The 21st Century Skills need to be taught and modeled as often as possible in the classroom. For this activity, you will complete a chart by reviewing student assigned tasks and determine which tech tool will be best to use for the activity.

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Communication - Students use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individual learning and contribute to the learning of others. Students will:

● Interact, collaborate, and publish with peers, experts, or others employing a variety of digital environments and media.

● Communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats.

● Develop cultural understanding and global awareness by engaging with learners of other cultures.

● Contribute to project teams to produce original works or solve problems. Source: Student Skills Connected to Communication

Featured Books and Resources for Communication in the Classroom

● Peer Feedback in the Classroom: Empowering Students to Be the Experts

● Ready-to-Go Instructional Strategies That Build Collaboration, Communication, and Critical Thinking

Featured Communication Web Resources

Twitter Social Media

Posts

Remind Text & Email Messaging

Seesaw Digital

Portfolios

Verso App Classroom

Discussions

Google Chat Messaging

ClassDojo Classroom

Communities

FlipGrid Video

Discussions

Google Classroom Calendar and Assignment

Posts

Bloomz Parent

Communication

Common Sense Media has a library of EdTech Reviews and Resources for

teachers and parents. The links connect to resource websites and many of

these can also be found in your favorite app store. (iOS, Chrome, Android)

Additional Web

Resources Descriptions

Blogs ( Blogger , Edublogs

or, Wordpress )

There are many different blogging tools that support teaching and

learning.

Blabberize Turn images in talking avatars.

bloomz

Teachers and schools save time by having all the tools they need to

communicate with today's parents in one easy-to-use (and free)

app.

Celly

Simple, one or two-way communication groups to notify and

engage

students, parents, teachers, teams, and community members.

Chalkup Chalkup is a learning, communication, and social studying

platform for the modern class.

ClassDojo ClassDojo helps teachers build a positive classroom culture by

encouraging students and communicating with parents.

Diigo Save and tag your online resources. Annotate web pages and PDF's

directly as you browse online. Share research with others.

Flipgrid Create a Grid, add Topics to spark the discussion, and your

community builds a dialogue as they share short video responses.

Google Classroom Create classes, distribute assignments, send feedback, and see

everything in one place.

Google Chat

An intelligent and secure communication and collaboration tool,

built for teams. From ad-hoc messaging to topic-based

workstream collaboration,

Google Calendar Google Calendar is a versatile time-management application

suitable for the scheduling needs of educators and students.

Google Forms You can plan events, make a survey or poll, give students a quiz, or

collect other information with this data collection tool.

Google Meet / Google

Hangouts

Real-time meetings by Google. Share video, share your screen, and

have conversations with students outside of the classroom.

Google Sites Google sites allow for free collaborative creation of websites. Sites

can be used to collaborate and share resources.

instagram Free photo and video sharing app

join.me Free, simple, fast online meetings. Share your screen instantly

with anyone.

LiveBinders Create an online binder to collect and share resources with others.

Mentimeter Mentimeter is an easy to use tool that makes presentations,

meetings, events and classrooms interactive.

MoocNote Take notes that are linked back to the appropriate place in the

videos and are collected into one central place.

mysimpleshow It has never been easier to create your own explainer video.

Transform any text into an animated video you will love.

Padlet It works like a sheet of paper where you can put anything (images,

videos, documents, text) anywhere, from any device.

Pinterest Pinterest is a visual discovery tool that you can use to find ideas

for all your projects and interests.

SignUpGenius Create unlimited online sign ups to simplify event planning and

volunteer coordination.

Skype in the Classroom A great communication tool for classrooms to video or audio chat

with other educators and students.

Slack Slack brings all your team's communication together, giving

everyone a shared workspace.

Seesaw Students capture learning with photos and videos of physical

work, or by adding digital creations

Soundtrap With Soundtrap you can make music and collaborate with others

online!

Spreaker Spreaker is a web and mobile platform that allows audio creators

to create, upload, share their creations.

SymbalooEDU Manage your favorite bookmarks and web resources, then share

them with your colleagues or students!

Twisted Wave Full featured Chrome extension that lets you record, edit, and

share audio clips.

Twitter Microblogging resource. Use a class channel or hashtags to share

thoughts and resources.

Verso App Empower students voice while also encouraging elevated online

discourse and collaboration.

Voki Voki is an educational tool that allows users to create their very

own talking character.

Wakelet Share articles, videos, images, tweets and other great content with

one link. Save them for later and create collections.

Websites ( Google ,

Weebly , or Wix )

Create and manage teacher, classroom, or student sites for

communication and collaboration.

Zoom Secure video communication services for hybrid classrooms, office

hours, administrative meetings, and more.