Here are some teacher resources.  As of 2/1/21 all the links work.

  1. AnimotoGives students the ability to make a short, 30-second share video of what they learned in a lesson.
  2. Answer PadAllows teachers to capture data from students using the web or the app. Ideal for the flipped or blended classroom.
  3. AnswerGardenA tool for online brainstorming or polling, educators can use this real-time tool to see student feedback on questions.
  4. AudioNoteA combination of a voice recorder and notepad that captures both audio and notes for student collaboration.
  5. Backchannel ChatThis site offers a teacher-moderated version of Twitter. An extension of the in-the-moment conversation might be to capture the chat, create a tag cloud, and see what surfaces as a focus of the conversation.
  6. BiblionasiumThis online, safe, and simple book network allows teachers to view books students have read, create reading challenges, and track progress. Students also can review and recommend books to their peers.
  7. BrainPOPUse videos on countless topics to shape your lesson plan, then rely on BrainPOP quizzes to see what stuck.
  8. BunceeA creation and presentation tool that helps students and teachers visualize, communicate, and engage with classroom concepts and ideas.
  9. ChatzyUse Chatzy to support back channel conversations in a private setting. These live chats make great companions to classroom discussion, provide exit tickets, or keep a discussion going after the class is over.
  10. ClassKickThis app allows teachers to post assignments for students, so both the teacher and peers can provide feedback on the assignment. Students can monitor their progress and work.
  11. CoggleA mind-mapping tool designed to understand student thinking.
  12. ConceptboardThis software facilitates team collaboration in a visual format, similar to mind mapping, but using visual and textual inputs.
  13. CrowdsignalQuick and easy way to create online polls, quizzes, and questions. Students can use smartphones, tablets, and computers to provide their answers, and information can be culled for reports.
  14. DotstormingA whiteboard app that allows digital sticky notes to be posted and voted on. This tool is best for generating class discussion and brainstorming on different topics and questions.
  15. EdPuzzleUse video to track student understanding.
  16. Educreations WhiteboardA whiteboard app that provides students the tool to share understanding and comprehension.
  17. EdulasticAllows teachers to create standards-aligned assessments quickly and get instant feedback from students to adjust learning.
  18. Five Card FlickrDesigned to foster visual thinking, this tool uses the tag feature from photos in Flickr.
  19. FlipgridThis tool lets students use 15-second to 5-minute videos to respond to prompts. Teachers and peers can provide feedback.
  20. ForAllRubricsThis software is free for all teachers and allows you to import, create, and score rubrics on your a tablet or smartphone. You can collect data offline, compute scores automatically, and print or save the rubrics as a PDF or spreadsheet.
  21. FormativeThis online, all-student response system provides teachers the opportunity to assign activities to students, receive the results in real time, and then provide immediate feedback to students.
  22. FreeOnlineSurveysAllows teachers to create surveys, quizzes, forms, and polls quickly and easily.
  23. GimkitA handy resource for creating real-time quizzes. It was created by a high school student!
  24. Google FormsA Google Drive app that allows you to create documents that students can collaborate on in real time using smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
  25. GoSoapBoxFree for less than 30 students, this all-student response system works with the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) model, so no charge for a clicker. One of the most intriguing features for me is the Confusion Meter.
  26. iBrainstormThis app allows students to collaborate on projects using a stylus or their finger on screen.
  27. IXLPersonalize learning and get real-time diagnostic information on what students understand and where they could use more help.
  28. Kahoot!A game-based classroom response system, where teachers can create quizzes using internet content.
  29. KaizenaAn online tool for providing students with real-time feedback on their digitally uploaded work. Teachers can highlight or speak to give verbal feedback and attach teacher-created, reusable resources.
  30. LinoA virtual cork board of sticky notes so students can provide questions or comments on their learning. These can be used like exit tickets or during the course of a lesson.
  31. MentimeterAllows you to use mobile phones or tablets to vote on any question a teacher asks, increasing student engagement.
  32. MicropollA great tool for quickly creating polls and analyzing responses. Polls can be embedded into websites as well.
  33. MiroTeachers can invite students and collaborate with the whole class in real time.
  34. NaikuTeachers can easily and quickly create quizzes that students can answer using their mobile devices. Great for checking for understanding before and after a lesson.
  35. NearpodThis tool is nice in that you can not only gather evidence of student learning, like an all-student response system, but also create differentiated lessons based on the data you collected.
  36. ObsurveyCreate surveys, polls, and questionnaires quickly and easily.
  37. PadletProvides an essentially blank canvas for students to create and design collaborative projects. Great for brainstorming.
  38. Pear DeckPlan and build interactive presentations that students can participate in via their smart device. It offers unique question types.
  39. PeergradeA platform that allows teachers to create assignments and upload rubrics. Students upload work and are anonymously assigned peer work to review according the rubric.
  40. PiazzaA platform that allows teachers to upload lectures, assignments, and homework; pose and respond to student questions; and poll students about class content. This tool is better suited for older students as it mimics post-secondary class instructional formats.
  41. PlayPositAn interactive video and assessment tool that allows teachers to add formative assessment features (pauses and questions) to survey what students know about the topic. Teachers choose from a library of video content from popular sites such as YouTube, Vimeo, and others.
  42. PlickersAllows teachers to collect real-time formative assessment data without the need for student devices. Perfect for the one-device classroom.
  43. Poll EverywhereTeachers can create a feedback poll or ask questions. Students respond in various ways, and teachers see the results in real-time. With open-ended questions, you can capture data and spin up tag clouds to aggregate responses.
  44. PollmakerA popular polling tool that has some unique features, such as allowing multiple answers to one question.
  45. ProProfsBuild and test knowledge with quick quizzes, polls, and surveys.
  46. QuiaTeachers can create games, quizzes, surveys, and more, and they can also access a database of existing quizzes from other educators.
  47. Quick KeyHelps teachers with accurate marking, instant grading, and immediate feedback for better student engagement.
  48. QuickVoice RecorderAllows you to record classes, discussions, or other project audio files. You can sync your recordings to your computer easily for use in presentations.
  49. QuizalizeA great tool that allows teachers to easily create quizzes and homework for students. Teachers can then see how the students did and identify areas for improvement.
  50. QuizizzCreate quizzes to assess learning—and include your students in the quiz-writing process.
  51. QuizletCreate flashcards, tests, quizzes, and study games that are engaging and accessible online and via a mobile device.
  52. RabbleBrowserAn app that allows a leader to facilitate a collaborative browsing experience.
  53. Random Name/Word PickerThis tool allows the teacher to input a class list and facilitates random name picking. You can also add a list of keywords and use the tool to have the class prompt a student to guess the word by providing definitions.
  54. RemindA tool that allows teachers to text students and stay in touch with parents.
  55. SeesawThis tool helps teachers improve parent communication and makes formative assessment easy, while students can use the platform to document their learning.
  56. ShowMe Interactive WhiteboardAnother whiteboard tool that students and teachers can use to check understanding.
  57. SocrativeExercises and games that engage students using smartphones, laptops, and tablets.
  58. SparkThis app from Adobe allows teachers to add graphics and visuals to exit tickets.
  59. SpiralA quick tool that gives teachers access to formative assessment feedback.
  60. Survey HeroA tool that allows teachers to quickly and easily build questionnaires and surveys.
  61. SurveyMonkeyTeachers can create and deliver online polls and surveys.
  62. SurveyPlanetAnother survey creation tool that teachers can use to gauge student learning.
  63. TagxedoA tag cloud generator that allows you to examine student consensus and facilitate dialogue.
  64. TriventyA quiz game platform that allows teachers to create quizzes students take in real time. These live quizzes provide teachers with real-time data on student understanding of classroom concepts. Students need individual devices to respond to quiz questions.
  65. TypeformA poll creation tool that lets teachers add in graphical elements.
  66. VersoDescribed as a feedback tool, this app allows teachers to set up learning using a URL. Space is provided for directions. Students download the app and input their responses to the assignment. They can then post their comments and respond to the comments of others. The teacher can group responses and check engagement levels.
  67. VocarooA service that allows users to create audio recordings without the need for software. You can easily embed the recording into slide shows, presentations, or websites. Great for collaborative group work and presentations.
  68. VoiceThreadAllows you to create and share conversations on documents, diagrams, videos, pictures, or almost anything. This facilitates collaborative student discussion and work.
  69. VoxerConsider using this voice recording tool as a way to let students listen and self assess their ideas and assignments. You can send recordings to parents so they can hear how their students are doing, let students chat about their work, or provide feedback to students.
  70. WordablesThe Word Cloud Guessing Game. This app allows you to elicit evidence of learning or determine background knowledge about a topic. These word clouds are pictures composed of a cloud of smaller words that form a clue to the topic.
  71. WordArtThis word cloud generator has an added feature that allows the user to make each word an active link to connect to a website you determine.
  72. WordleGenerates tag clouds from any entered text to help aggregate responses and facilitate discussion.
  73. XMindA mind-mapping software for use on computers and laptops.
  74. YacapacaAllows teachers to create and assign quizzes with ease.
  75. Zoho SurveyTeachers can create surveys that students can access and take using a mobile devices. Teachers can see results in real time.