I have included a number of links to various tools that I use in the different capacities of my work.
They are broken down into the following categories:
For Students – These are the tools that I use and recommend for use with students. With so many categories I have tried to limit my recommendations to one or two tools per platform. These change as my preferences change and grow as I am able to test and review. The tools For Students have been organized by the Revised Digital Bloom’s Taxonomy since this is the largest list of tools.
For Teachers – These are the tools that I use and recommend for teachers. While there can be some overlap, this is primarily aimed at the tasks and day to day that teachers would need to deal with and students would not. This list grows and changes as my own needs change.
For Instructional Design – These are the tools that I use for instructional design. They are sometimes perfect for K12 teachers to build instructional materials, are sometimes perfect for instruction designers working in higher education to build out courses, and sometimes perfect for those who develop instructional materials and workshops for corporate clients.
Misc. Tools – These are the tools that didn’t fit into any particular category. Such as those related to running a small consulting company or other tools I can’t seem to get by without from for whatever reason.
*Some links may contain affiliate options for products that I use. This adds no cost to you but provides a small commission to me for recommending the service.
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