10 Ways Edtech Instruments Can Enhance The Learning Process

Digital-Fabrication-Lab   10 Ways Edtech Instruments Can Enhance The Learning Process If schools aim to provide significant learning experiences, then they must pay attention to technology’s role in the classroom. Educational tools built by technology are not the enemy. They should be seen as a partner and facilitator in the learning process, not a replacement. The available edtech resources support productive thinking and are relatable for students. The current generation is living in a digital-based world of communication. And to actively engage your classes you must connect with them on a personal level and in the way in which they access information. Review the following 10 tools to start integrating edtech instruments into your curriculum.
  1. Google Classroom
Google Classroom is a useful foundational tool for any teacher. It’s clean and easy to navigate and allows users to create an organized workflow. Teachers can share and collect assignments and initiate real-time digital chats with their students.
  1. Padlet
Padlet can be used as a digital discussion board or to simply present work and assignments. Teachers are able to control the layout and sharing abilities, include almost any link and may also share all data via social media.
  1. Essaymama
This professional writing service assists teachers in various ways. Users can obtain free essay writing guides and proofreading and editing advice. And educators can view their blog full of inspiration or encourage students to enter free writing contests.
  1. Voxer
Voxer allows educators to find and chat with other users via text or audio. And a Vox message can be shared in almost any platform (such as Google Classroom, Twitter, Gmail, and Dropbox). Teachers may also use it to document children’s work and collaborate with parents. 5. Kahoot Kahoot provides teachers with a game oriented review process. And will help build an exciting and enjoyable classroom experience. To fully engage students, educators should encourage their class to create their own review games as well.
  1. Animoto
Over 13 million people are using Animoto to make and share videos and for good reason. It’s a simple and potent digital storytelling tool. It can be used to promote events, share updates and explain curriculum, all by sharing via website, blog or open house. Users can choose their own theme, music, images or videos and even add captions.
  1. Smore
Smore is an online graphic creation tool that uses social media integration as well as analytics. If you need to spread the word or communicate information effectively, Smore is a great guide. It’s easy to use and can include photos, videos, text, links, and maps.
  1. Remind
Remind allows users to conduct individual student chats. And since most teens have cell phones with texting, this is a smarter choice over email. Teachers who are using it have reported higher incidents of students remembering homework assignments and upcoming tests.
  1. Emaze
Emaze is a web-based presentation tool that allows users to create and store online presentations. Teachers can build stunning and engaging lessons and appreciate the convenience of their sophisticated, web-based work.
  1. Adobe Slate
Slate is an instinctive and useful tool for educators. Users can select a theme and create presentations with images, links and text. The tool encourages creative thinking and is a smart way to integrate edtech instruments across all grade levels. Technology is at the center of our society. And integrating it into the educational process is imperative for the future success of today’s students. The tools listed can increase your effectiveness as a teacher, as well as enhance you, and your student’s, productivity. Educators should push students to embrace edtech tools, the same as they do their web or phone apps, games and social media sites. And teachers should remember to remain open to new ideas and ways of reaching your students. Kenneth Waldman is a professional content writer with over 5 years of experience. His expertise includes education, marketing, freelancing. You can get in touch with him on Linkedin.
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1 Response

  1. Tom Durant

    Hey, great list. I’ve recently discovered another great tool – https://start.me. I’m using it for a few months now and it’s great for keeping your “digital classroom” organized.
    You can create and share start pages filled with bookmarks, feeds, notes, to-do’s, etc. It’s super user friendly and completely (ad) free for Educational use.