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Tools for Educators to Develop Teaching Process


 Due to the advancement in technology, educators have access to smart tools that help simplify the teaching process. Teaching has evolved over the years and with the availability of a variety of tools and options, it has become a rather fun learning experience for everyone. There are certain tools that are designed to make teaching easy. Let’s take a look at what these tools are and how they help develop the teaching process.

Unplag

 When it comes to teaching, educators should also promote plagiarism checker amongst their students. Unplag is one such tool that can help students check their work before submitting it in the class and teachers - to check students' works on plagiarism. These guys are trying so hard to make Unplag easy-to-use for teachers and comfortable for students. Simple interface, personal storage of documents, personal history and quick seach  - all these make this service one of the best in today's market.

Edmodo

 Edmodo is a great tool that can be used by educators to stay connected to their students. This tool is very similar to Facebook and it allows students and teachers to communicate with one another. Teachers can simply use Edmodo to post assignments, quizzes, and references for students, and students can make use of it to ask questions related to homework received from their teachers.

Animoto

 Animoto is a video making tool that can be used by educators to help their students create video trailers for presentations and assignments. This tool allows students to create videos to add fun to their learning process.

Wikispaces

 Wikispaces can be used by teachers to share educational stuff with their students. This online tool also helps students collaborate and communicate with one another, and build their own wiki. Teachers can also use this tool to share important files with their students to help increase their knowledge.

FunBrain

 If you want to teach your students a lesson in a fun and exciting way, then make use of FunBrain. This tool has fun and engaging games based around reading and math. These educational games are great for teaching students the desired lesson in less time.

Kerpoof

 Kerpoof is another fun and interesting educational tool that teachers can make use of in the classroom. This tool helps students learn different lessons in the form of games, fun activities, and drawings. These interactive games and activities help teach any lesson in a perfect way.

StudySync

 StudySync is a complete digital library that offers multimedia assignments, weekly writing practice, and peer reviews to help students learn. This tool can be used by educators in the classroom to enhance the learning experience and develop the teaching process.

Prezi

 If you are looking to teach students a lesson with the help of presentations, then make use of Prezi. This presentation maker is perfect for teachers and can help them turn difficult lessons into fun and easy visual presentations.

Capzles

 Capzles is a complete online tool that allows teachers to collect online blogs, articles, videos, pictures, and other media to create a complete lesson for their students in the classroom.


 There are many other tools that help teachers make the most of their teaching process including Evernotes, Planboard, Timetoast, Knewton, Educreations, and Quora. Educators need to adopt these technologically advanced tools to uplift the learning process for students and to develop their skills as teachers.

 What tools do you use to develop your teaching process ?

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Comment by Jessica Meggs on November 11, 2015 at 5:23pm

Thank you for sharing this! I have used Prezi and have heard of Evernote. I have not heard of the rest of them. I look forward to using these and incorporating technology in new and fun ways.

Comment by Lindsay Smith on November 11, 2015 at 12:05am

Thank you for the valuable information.  I have heard of and used Prezi before, but I have not tried the other websites.  I look forward to using these tools to better reach my students.  

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