- Seesaw: Seesaw (https://web.seesaw.me) allows students to create digital portfolios. It also allows both teachers and students to record videos giving explanations, presentations; to give feedback to students or to create tutorials. More information on the tool can be found here.
- Audio recording apps or Talk and Comment (Chrome add-on) to allow students to record their own voices giving explanations, or simply record their individual productions so that they can listen again to themselves, and think of ways of improving it. You can also use Vocaroo. Both create a link to the recording, so there is no need to upload or download any files.
- Jamboard (https://gsuite.google.com/products/jamboard/): A collaborative digital whiteboard on the cloud for students to be able to brainstorm and share ideas and jot them down in real time. Ideas can be recorded by typing or by handwriting, even using digital sticky notes.
- Flipgrid (https://flipgrid.com/): a video discussion platform, which can be restricted to members of the classroom only. Flipgrid proves to be a more interesting way to promote overall oral communicative competence, which also allows the teacher to create a rubric to assess performance. You can watch this webinar for more information on how to use it.
- Padlet (http://padlet.com/): collaborative online board which may be useful for example, for both intralinguistic (https://padlet.com/natalialzam/vegans_idioms) and cross-linguistic mediation activities for example, for students to explain the meaning of idioms (https://natalialzam.wordpress.com/2019/04/29/cross-linguistic-mediation-easter-related-idioms-in-spanish-explained-in-english/).
- Green Screen apps and software: Green Screen by Do Ink, TouchCast Studio or ChromaVid: For more information on how to use a green screen in the language classroom, please read https://natalialzam.wordpress.com/2018/03/18/guia-rapida-para-grabar-videos-con-croma-en-clase/