What are some of the best teaching websites and apps that actually do work? Aren't we drowning in oversupply of teaching tools? In this video, we are taking a hard look at five apps and websites for teachers that do engage students and make your lessons more student centered and dynamic.
Helpful Links: Best Apps for Teachers in 2020: https://youtu.be/vTDh-h7Xti4
Top 5 Apps to Make Your Virtual Lesson Interactive & Engaging: https://youtu.be/C7vxAn0w7YA
Core Apps for Distance Learning - Your Overwhelm Stops Here: https://youtu.be/A5-WVe3lTo0
Mentimeter Tutorial: Coming soon. Check back later!
Jamboard Tutorial: Coming soon. Check back later!
Padlet Tutorial for Teachers: https://youtu.be/OPkq5q8nRbM
Padlet Tutorial for Students: https://youtu.be/delW1Jtoq_w
Parlay Tutorial: Coming soon. Check back later!
Nearpod Tutorial: Coming soon. Check back later!
Table of Contents: Intro 0:00 Mentimeter 0:38 Jamboard 2:34 Padlet 5:07 Parlay 5:54 Nearpod: Time to Climb 8:23 Outro 9:39
Soundtrack: Back and Forth by Lane King
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