Listing Category: EdTech Tools

Nearpod

nearpod

Nearpod is a presentation platform that seeks to inject elements of interaction into classroom presentations in an attempt to better engage students and provide feedback to teachers.

Haiku Deck

Haiku Deck

Haiku Deck is a completely new kind of presentation software, making telling a story simple, beautiful, and fun! It is the perfect app to help teachers or students develop engaging, image-based presentations that capture the attention of the audience.

Duolingo

duolingo-logo

Want to learn Spanish? French? Italian? Dutch? Turkish? Duolingo is the free science-based language education platform to help you make that desire a reality. With over 100 million users, Duolingo has challenged the way people think about language acquisition. It has 40 different language courses and is available on multiple platforms: duolingo.com, Android, iOS, and Windows Phone.

Haiku Learning

haiku Learning

Haiku Learning Systems, are about making teaching and learning online as easy as possible—whether it’s in a blended or virtual classroom. Technology has the power to expand and extend education.

Schoology

schoology

Schoology is not your typical learning management system (LMS). They have redefined the LMS to make online education a collective effort and to increase the overall impact of everyone involved in a student’s education.

With an easy-to-use collaborative interface, the CODiE-award-winning solution and robust mobile apps empower engaging instruction and systemwide collaboration on any device.

Edmodo

Edmodo

Edmodo is a secure, social learning platform for teachers, students, schools and districts. It provides a safe, secure and easy way for classes to connect and collaborate, share content and access work, grades and school notices. Edmodo’s goal is to help educators harness the power of social media to customise the classroom for each and every learner.

Showbie

showbie

Showbie is an app that makes it relatively simple to assign, collect, and provide feedback on students work with iPads. And it’s free!

Google Drive

GoogleDrive

Google Drive lets you store and access your files anywhere on any device. As a personal cloud storage service, it’s certainly comparable in features to Dropbox. Where Drive really excels is in its powerful options for sharing and collaborating on your work anytime and with anyone.

Dropbox

dropbox

Dropbox is designed to be a wonderful solution for file storage and access. You are able to use the simple sharing options as an effective method for pushing out and receiving students work.

Slack

slack

Can slack replace email in your school, establishment or organisation? Slack offers all communication in one place, plus it integrates with many services such as Trello, Google Drive, Google Hangouts etc.

Slack has proven to be an effective way to broadcast information to the entire class. You can use slack to share resources or have 1-on-1 conversations with students.