10 Tech Tools For Education That Boost The Learning Experience

tech tools for education

New technology for the classroom to help engage students

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” – Nelson Mandela

Do you feel like you are always playing catch up with technology?

You're not alone. In fact, most teachers will tell you they have a hard time keeping their students engaged without the help of cutting-edge tech tools.

Some of the leaders in this field are Google Classroom, Google docs, and Google Slides.

We put together this list of 10 Tech Tools For Education That Boost The Learning Experience to try and make your life just a little bit easier and to engage students more deeply!

Kahoot!

Kahoot is one of the best tools for teachers. It is a game-based learning tool that is interactive, fun, and engaging. One of the main things you can do is use Kahoot to create quizzes which are great for reviewing material that has already been taught in class.

Kahoot also offers team-building games that are perfect for revision or school sports events.

It's so easy to start with your students - you just have them sign up on Kahoot by giving them an account and either give them individual passwords or have them create a group quiz so they can all play together!

Classcraft

This is one of the best classroom management tools that teachers can get their hands on.

It creates an online game that enables students to play throughout the class. This allows you to track every move they make and gives them a sense of responsibility for what happens in class.

If they slack off or misbehave, they lose their health. If you want them to succeed, though - like in any game - you need to give them resources that will help them do better!

Classcraft is definitely one of the most innovative ways we've seen teachers implement technology into their classrooms.

Pear Deck

Pear Deck is a super student engagement tool that is perfect for teachers. It allows you to create presentations that are interactive and engaging, which will keep your audience hooked.

What's neat about this tool is it has templates for both subjects, so teachers can save time by using one of their templates, and is great for lesson planning.

Pear Deck also supports the use of iBeacons which are great for creating lessons with interactive activities.

Edpuzzle

Edpuzzle is a game based learning platform that has some cool features. It is ideal for teachers who want to deliver lessons that are interactive, engaging, and innovative and a great way to get student responses.

The students get to choose the level of difficulty they want the game to be which will make them feel like they are in control of their experience. It also supports collaboration with other players so learners can discuss their ideas with others and learn from each other.

It's a free tool to use, but there are some upgrades you can buy if you need more power.

Edmodo

Edmodo is a free educational app that enables teachers to build classes, explore ideas, share resources, and communicate with their students.

It is the best way for teachers to stay organized and this easy-to-use tool is especially good for those who are new to the field and is a great educational tool and a real game changer.

Padlet

Padlet is an online tool that transforms your classroom into a collaborative workspace for student learning.

It is very easy for teachers and students to access and is the perfect way for them to work together and is a great aid for student understanding. Teachers can also use this device to create engaging interactive lessons that are interactive, engaging, and innovative.

Packed in this app are quizzes, discussions, polls, writing assignments, etc., so teachers can easily deliver lessons that are aligned with their teaching philosophy.

It's free to use but there are upgrades you can buy if you need more power!

Nearpod

Nearpod is a great educational app for teachers because it allows them to create lessons that are interactive, engaging, and innovative.

The app is also compatible with iBeacons so teachers can explore the uses of augmented reality in their class.

FLOOP

FLOOP is an app that connects teachers to classrooms across the world and is great for remote learning.

It's free to use but there are upgrades you can buy if you need more power. It brings an international aspect to education which makes it fun for students and gives them a chance to practice their language skills.

When teachers use FLOOP, they will understand how different cultures approach teaching and can encourage their students to see outside their own culture.

Floop integrates language learning through multimedia resources like voice, text, images, videos, music, games, etc., making it much easier for your students to practice speaking skills in another language and is one of the number one distance learning tools.

Seesaw

Seesaw is an app that allows teachers to create lessons that are interactive, engaging, and innovative.

The app also integrates language learning through multimedia resources like voice, text, images, videos, music, educational games, etc., making it much easier for your students to practice speaking skills in another language!

Buncee

Buncee is a free mind mapping app that helps teachers plan, visualize, and create their lessons.

It has templates that are appropriate for any subject or grade which saves teachers time because they don't need to create the map from scratch.

Takeaways

The use of technology in the classroom has been a hot topic for many years, and it's no surprise why teachers are looking to make their classrooms more innovative with tech tools.

With all these different options out there, it can be difficult to decide which one is best for your teaching style or needs.

We hope that this list was helpful in narrowing down what you're searching for!

Which of these tech tools do you think will benefit the most from?

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Randy Salars

Randy Salars

Copywriter and marketing consultant. Author of ‘Stories And Recipes From The Soup Kitchen.’ Freedom lover, adventurer, and treasure hunter.
Silver City, NM, USA