Wakelet lets students save and organize online content in any way they want. They can easily embed articles, videos, Tweets, podcasts, images, and anything with a URL into a Wakelet collection. Educators can use this free tool to provide assignments for their students across different subjects and courses. Students can search the web to find relevant information to create a story or a narrative. They can add social media posts, videos, images, podcasts, and articles, as well as their own notes.
Using a visual interface rather than a programming language, Lightwell lets students create real iOS apps that they can share with nearby devices or submit to the Apple App Store. Although Lightwell is a professional tool, students can use the software to create simple apps as they learn the programming language.
Photo Stuff with Ruff gets children exploring their surroundings, finding out what the objects in their world are made of, and learning STEAM skills, such as those related to materials science. The app is based on The Ruff Ruffman Show from PBS KIDS, which models science inquiry skills.