Academics
Technology

General Applications and Web-Based Services

Below is a list of third party computer applications and web-based services that the school may use during this academic year.

School-Wide Applications

  • Google Apps for Education includes Gmail and collaboration tools
  • Voice thread for EDU K-12 is a web-based communication tool.
  • Edu.Glogster allows for creation of multimedia posters.
  • Edmodo is an online collaboration and course management tool.
  • Noodle Tools used for note-taking and research.
  • Bubbl.us is a brainstorming and mapping software.
  • Education.Weebly.com is a drag and drop interface to create websites.
  • TypingWeb is an online typing program.
  • Skype is a communication/video conferencing tool.
  • Socrative is a student response system.
  • Splashup is an online photo editor.
  • BigHugeLabs and Education is used for digital imaging in the classroom.
  • Khan Academy is used for instructional videos.
  • Voki is used by foreign language teachers.
  • BrainPOP is a resource of short, educational, annotated movies.
  • Scratch is a programming language designed at MIT.

Divisional Applications

Lower School

  • Think Central is a math resource used with the textbook series.
  • Fotobabble is used in LS French classes.
  • QTalkonline is a website created by the French textbook series.
  • Animoto is used to create videos from photos, text, and music.
  • Storybird is a story-writing tool.
  • Kid Blog is a tool for blogs.
  • AHA Science is online interactive hands-on science.
  • Vocabulary City for fifth grade is an online website for spelling and vocabulary activities.
  • Mission US for fifth grade is a multimedia project about the Revolutionary War.
  • GameStar Mechanic is a video game programming tool.

Middle School

  • Canvas is the Learning Management System
  • Kahoot! is a free game-based learning platform that makes it fun to learn any subject
  • Padlet is an online bulletin board 
  • Storybird is a story-writing tool.
  • Kid Blog is a tool for blogs.
  • Animoto is used to create videos from photos, text, and music.
  • TED Ed is a site with educational videos.
  • Today’s Meet is used to facilitate classroom discussion.
  • Diigo for Education is a research and bookmarking tool.
  • Quia provides online activities such as flashcards, practice exercises, quizzes.
  • WeVideo is a collaborative online video-editing tool, which works with Google Docs.
  • Tricider.com is used for collecting ideas and voting for grade-wide decisions.
  • Note Flight is an online music writing application.
  • Code Academy ( for 8th grade) is a program to write code.
  • SideVibe is a website for online assignments.
  • Tiki-toki is web-based software for creating interactive timelines.
  • Pixton for Schools is a creative comic making software for projects and assignments.
  • No Red Ink helps students improve their grammar and writing skills.
  • Flocabulary provides access to songs and videos in all subjects.
  • GoAnimate for Schools is used for creating animated videos.

Upper School

  • Build in Progress
  • Instructables
  • Quizlet
  • Canvas is the Learning Management System
  • TED Ed is a site with educational videos.
  • WeVideo is a collaborative online video-editing tool, which works with Google Docs.
  • Tricider.com is used for collecting ideas and voting for grade-wide decisions.
  • Evernote for Schools is a tool for note taking and collaboration.
  • Today’s Meet used to facilitate classroom discussion.
  • Dropbox is used for cloud storage.
  • Diigo for Education is a research and bookmarking tool.
  • Quia provides online activities such as flashcards, practice exercises, quizzes.
  • Dipity is used to create timelines.
  • Penzu is a personal journal and diary.
  • Facebook is used by US clubs and classes to share information.
  • Yabla used for online foreign language immersion.
  • Museum Box is used in History classes.
  • WebAssign is for math and science practice problems.
  • ArtsConnectEd used for teaching art: resources, museum exhibits.
  • Padlet is an online collaboration tool.
  • Scoop.it is used to create magazines and projects.
  • Naviance is a college resource.
  • Code Academy is a program to write code.
  • Examtime.com is used to build mind maps and flashcards.
  • Coding Bat is used to solve short programming problems.
  • Piktochart is used to create interactive infographics.
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