Organizational Tools

Over 21 awesome writing tools from the folks at ReadWriteThink.

Learn ReadWriteThink Interactives

This website offers teachers and learners four types of tools that they can use to create and share their own teaching and revision resources. It is a popular website with teachers in a wide range of subject areas. Before you create a resource, you might like to search the website first to find out if other teachers have created similar tasks that you could adapt.

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Google Keep

(log into your Google Account, go to the app switcher, then select Google Keep)

Google Keep is a syncing notepad that connects to Google Drive. It also supports photo notes, voice notes, and checklists. The short version is that Google Keep lets you quickly take and save those notes, photos, voice memos, and checklists to Google Drive, and then access them again on any other web-connected device you use. It's ideal for quick note-taking on the go, you can add labels to help organizing notes. anyone who appreciates simple, fast note-taking tools or to-do apps, or for saving notes on the desktop that you know you'll need on your Android phone, like shopping lists, addresses, phone numbers, checklists and to-do lists, or conference call codes.


Learn Google Keep

or learn Google Keep as a Chrome Extension