Classroom Management

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Updated 1-8-24

  1. BeHere–take classroom attendance automatically; requires iPads or iPhones
  2. Class Composer–better student-placement decisions for your school (app)
  3. Classcraft–gamify SEL and classroom behavior
  4. Clock Tab–A tab that is a digital clock
  5. Google Safe Search Preferences
  6. Goose Chase–easily create scavenger hunts; free-fee
  7. If This Then That—manage social networks
  8. IPEVO Whiteboard–Turn Your iPad into a Document Camera
  9. LiveSchool–classroom behavior tools (app)
  10. Mentimeter–feedback from students
  11. NearPod–present to the class iPads and students interact
  12. Sign in/Sign out form with Google Forms (how-to video)
  13. Spiral–3 collaborative classroom tools aimed at a 1:1 classroom; web-based tools that work on laptops, CB, and mobile devices
  14. Teach with IPads
  15. Tech Training—basics
  16. Traffic Light--traffic lights for the classroom (app)


  1. Badgr
  2. Canvas Badges for Learning
  3. Credly
  4. Idoceo
  5. Open Badges

Behaviors in class

  1. Class Dojo
  2. Sown to Grow

Discussion Boards

  1. BoardHost–free discussion board
  2. Forumotion—free forum tool
  3. FreeForums
  4. VanillaForums–free trial

Internet Start Pages

Manage/Grade Assignments

  1. Google Classroom App

Mirroring (ScreenShare)

  1. Airserver–mirror iPad to class screen
  2. Airsketch–mirror an iPad whiteboard to the class screen (doesn’t mirror the iPad in general to the screen); free
  3. Mirroring 360 by Splashtop–mirror your ipad wirelessly, with any device, students present from their device and share with class screen, connect two devices with a QR code; NOT interactive; software download; freemium
  4. ScreenLeap—screen share for free
  5. Squirrel–three ways to mirror your digital device to another


  1. Bouncy Balls–balls bounce based on level of noise in the classroom
  2. Calmness Counter–how noisy is your classroom? Let students see.
  3. Too Noisy--another app to show noise level in classroom (app)
  4. Zero Noise–timer and noise level indicator


QR Codes

  1. Canva–use your own picture or any image you wish; click for a how-to video
  2. QR Codes
  3. QR Stuff–send almost any type of file to a QR code–includes YouTube videos


  1. GeniusScan–for iPads
  2. Office Lens–by MS; for iOS and Android
  3. Scannable–by Evernote; scan paper documents into Evernote files
  4. TinyScanner–iPad scanner
  5. TurboScan–for iPads, iPhone