A tool that makes it very easy to write on maps. You can put markers, widgets, and put text easily on the map as well as exporting it to Google Earth or Google maps. This is a great tool for children. You shouldn't use paper maps for Geography projects, particularly if you're in a 1:1 program. Try this app instead.
A fascinating way that allows you to shoot and upload video that is integrated with Google drive. While there is a free version, there are also paid versions for higher capacity requirements. This allows online video editing and easy sharing with social media. This may be the resource we've been looking for collaborative video editing. Eager to try.
A method for facilitating student search using the i-search method. There are 4 phases of using this method and the website says that it is an excellent method for "alternative assessment, inclusion of students with diverse learning abilities, and technology integration." I found the method via a New York Times article on teaching students how to search.