6 Free Tools Your School Teachers Should Take Advantage Of Infographic

6 Free Tools Your School Teachers Should Take Advantage Of Infographic

6 Free Tools Your School Teachers Should Take Advantage Of Infographic

The internet today has significantly changed our learning and thinking patterns. Since technology and education have increasingly become intertwined, many tools have been developed to help ease our educational learning processes. Every school wants to have the necessary tools to improve learning. Which is why adding these tools to their academic assortment is strongly recommended.

We took time to compile these 6 free tools that can help teachers boost social learning, simplify curriculum and lesson planning and create a more collaborative and interactive learning atmosphere.

1. Skype

Is a widely popular free online tool usually used for personal and social purposes. It supports Instant Messaging, Audio Call, Video conference + Screen sharing and lots more. Even better, Skype can be used by both students and teachers to communicate on a one-on-one basis for tutoring. Sick students who still feel the need to study despite being sick can use Skype for easy collaboration with teachers and fellows wherever they are. Teachers can attend meetings and also interact with other educationists online. Just as important, is that it allows teachers to collaborate with other classrooms during inter-class sessions. Great things to be accomplished, all for free.

2. Quora

This online tool is not solely targeted towards education—it is great for social learning—it is used to active;y engage students in an after-school discussion with one another. This teaches them to become open-minded and exchange perspectives.

3. Fun Brain

This tool has a collection of educational games which makes learning way easier. This is an entertaining yet productive way of learning, it develops curious minds due to its captivating nature.

4. Google Docs

This tool permits teachers to prepare great lesson plans and design unforgettable student projects. It lets both students and teachers collaborate on projects and presentations as well as send and receive feedback.

5. Khan Academy

This is one tool that ensures an interesting, fun and effective way of learning. The courses offered help teachers with skills acquisition and personal development. It can be accessed in any remote corner around the world.

6. YouTube

This ever famous tool isn't just used to stream unrelated videos as it is popularly known for. It also entertains specific educational channels purposedly targeted at teachers and students. Teachers can upload tutorials so that students have access wherever they are.

Via: https://safsms.com/blog/6-free-tools-to-improve-students-learning-that-school-teachers-should-take-advantage-of/
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