Trello for Education

Trello is a visual collaboration tool used in classrooms worldwide to facilitate project based learning, collaboration, and discussion.
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Check out some examples of how teachers are using Trello boards in their classrooms, as well as for behind-the-scenes planning. Get inspired, then start your own!

“The biggest skills that we push through Project Lead The Way are collaboration, self motivation, and all those soft skills that people need in today’s market place jobwise. Trello was a great way to introduce them to that and take it to a higher level.”

— Michael Burke, high school biomed teacher

"Trello is such a valuable tool for my students to use in order to plan their steps in a process and revise them as they work. It is child-friendly and fun for them to use, and allows each student to use their peers' cards as exemplars for creating their own."

— Paul Solarz, 5th grade teacher

“Trello lets me as a teacher have a platform where I can go and have our lessons, our curriculum, our flow, and our standards, and all of my students can get there as well.”

— Rik Rowe, HS math teacher, Wilmington HS, Wilmington, MA

Your Digital Classroom

Collaboration:

Easily collaborate on all of your projects in real-time from any device. Use @mentions in a comment to talk directly to students or colleagues. Allow students to provide peer feedback and work together on projects instantly from anywhere.

App Integrations:

Easily attach documents and files from your favorite tools like Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox, and more. Students can access assignments, class notes, and syllabi from any device, anywhere.

Perspective:

See student progress in real-time and provide project timelines with due dates and checklists. Keep students accountable to homework and projects by assigning them to cards, and easily get a bird’s eye view on what they are working on.

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