Here’s a look back at my top #EdTech picks of 2021: Alternatives to Google Expeditions, Meme Templates for Students and Teachers, Collaborative Brainstorming, Awesome Google Slides Templates, A Great Tool for Real-Time Communication, Collaboration, and Formative Assessment.
7 Alternatives to Google Expeditions and Tour Creator
Google Expeditions and Tour Creator joined the EdTech Graveyard this year. These alternatives are all free and work on any device (no expensive VR headsets required).
Great Meme Templates for Students and Teachers
Whether you’re looking for trending and popular meme templates, prefer classic memes, or just want a blank meme template, you’ll find it on Kapwing. No account or registration is required, making this a great option for student use.
A Great Tool for Collaborative Brainstorming and Voting
Teachers and students contribute ideas to a shared board, build on each other’s thoughts, and vote for their favorite ideas. Plus, it’s completely free and no accounts are required.
The Best Google Slides Templates for Teachers
While there are several slides template sites, SlidesMania is hands-down the best one for teachers and students. They’ve embraced the idea that there’s a lot more to Google Slides than presentations.
Real-Time Communication, Collaboration, and Formative Assessment
Whiteboard.chat is a combination of some of the handiest EdTech tools in one platform. It’s also free and doesn’t require users to sign in.
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