Dealing with PDFs (and graphic organizers) online has been a pain-in-the-butt to countless teachers during distance learning.

There are some workarounds that can be found by searching online, including a few I’ve previously shared about (MY MIND WAS BLOWN TODAY AFTER LEARNING HOW TO COLLABORATIVELY ANNOTATE PDFS ON GOOGLE DRIVE  and How Could I Have Not Known How Easy It Is To Use Graphic Organizers In Jamboard?).

A new tool create by Dan Tanner, an ESL teacher in Italy, looks like it might make things easy for a lot of teachers and their students.

It’s called Thinkio, and it’s free.

It lets teachers easily make their PDFs interactive and lets you assign them to your students and see their work.

It doesn’t have a Google Classroom integration – at least, not yet – but it seems like its ease-of-use still makes it a winner….

I’m adding it to The Best Sites Where Students Can Work Independently & Let Teachers Check On Progress.