Communication matters–it’s a 21st-century skill. Whether it’s how a teacher communicates their lesson, or how a student communicates their knowledge and growth, the ability to work with others is based on a foundation of being able to communicate in a number of mediums (have you thought about what type of writing assignments would be well-suited to the internet era?).

Today, we are recognizing great apps for teachers to share lessons, apps for students to show what they know, core curriculum resources, and tools for tracking achievement.

Sharing Lessons & Reviews

Resources for Information on Core Curriculum

Show What You Know Portfolios

Gradebooks & Achievement Tracking

We’re sure we missed some great resources. Which would you add? Share in the comments section below, and don’t forget to check out our other recent Smart Lists at our Smart List Series Page.

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