Top Tools to Help Students Learn More Effectively:

  1. White Noise


Depending on what you want the students engage in–you, one another, content, an assignment, etc.–they need to be able to focus, and classroom aren’t always the easiest places to do that. Background noise can not only drown out excess noise, but more helpfully as students concentrate, there is less noise because they’re concentrating. Neat trick, huh?

  1.  Trello


Because so many students are in the habit of multitasking, a good skill to teach them is how to organize and streamline their assignments. Trello is a free and super easy-to-use tool students can use to create workflow charts. Multiple students can be added to the same board; great for collaboration on projects.

  1. Mural Software


Share Inspiration:  Get your team together anytime, anywhere through consistent workspaces you can access from any device, in-person or online.


  1. Ninja Mock


Start designing. In only a few minutes you can make your first wireframe. Use the advanced features for your personal look and feel. Real-time collaboration is built into the core of NinjaMock. Commenting and external reviewer access are included in every plan. Professional multi-user companies will benefit from the shared project workspace with privileges on folders and projects.

For students who are warning to have a more visualized approach to learning or building webpages, this software allows a student (or group of students) to seamlessly integrate their ideas into one mock up wireframe so they can move onto the delivery stage.

Tools To Help Students Become Involved in the Course Development/Learning Goals

Class Dojo


This is a fun tool to gamify the classroom. Students make their own avatars, gain and lose points based on classroom behavior, discussion approaches, and other soft skills agreed upon by the teacher and the class. Teachers can also use Class Dojo to take attendance and create graphs that breakdown the information for teachers. Not only will this tool encourage students to uphold class values, it will also provide key metrics to help teachers adjust their teaching tactics accordingly.


Collaboration Tools for Students & Faculty Alike

Zoom Conference Meeting Software


Zoom is a modern teaching tool used by major Universities such as Harvard University and connects teachers and faculty to enhance the overall learning experience and promote collaboration.

Key Features:

HD Video and Audio: Put high quality video, audio and web conferencing in any sized room.



Wireless Sharing: Cut the cords, cables and dongles — present content wirelessly from your laptop or mobile device.


Meet With Anyone: Include remote participants on desktop, mobile or other conference room systems.


One Touch to Start Meetings: Use voice command or one touch to start an instant meeting or scheduled meeting through your calendaring system.


Meet with Anyone: Include remote participants on desktop, mobile or other conference room systems.

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