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The advanced edtech tools make the teaching and learning process more exciting and comfortable, and with these, teachers can update content anytime from any place.
FREMONT, CA: Educators try to adopt modern technologies and apps to make teaching more engaging and understandable. These edtech tools make the teaching and learning process more exciting and comfortable, and with these, teachers can update content anytime from any place. On the other hand, students can easily access these content anytime.
Here are some of the best edtech tools which can be used in the classroom:
Adobe Spark: This design tool enables students and educators to design everything from a web page to a social media post. The included templates and color palates make student projects to look good.
Google CS First: It is a computer science curriculum with themed projects of coding; it makes coding less intimidating and more accessible to people from all backgrounds. These themes also help students with different knowledge levels.
InsertLearning: with the help of this program, teachers can add instructional content to any website anytime. By adding layers to a web page, they can make online research more engaging and encourage students to interact with the content beyond just reading the text.
ThinkCERCA: This research-based tool focuses on argumentative writing. It teaches critical thinking and has well-structured lessons that promote thoughtful writing.
CueThink: This tool helps students in solving math problems. It shares solutions, welcomes peer feedback, and then provides more improved solutions. It makes the study of math more accessible because students get the chance to learn from their mistakes.
Bandimal: It is a music app that helps the users to make music through simple sequencing. It has a great sense of humor and can be used by anyone of any age.
DIY.org: This is the best community in youth media and learning products. The “Do It Yourself” tool contains instructional videos, images, and explanations that can be referred to learn how to make things, share them, and earn badges.
Tuva Labs: it is an edtech tool that gives incredible, open-source data sets for students to manipulate.
Explain Everything: If the students or teachers don’t have a lot of experience, they can use this flexible tool to create or present the content.