With the advancement in technology and free daily internet data, one can make use of it to learn or educate in various ways. There are many educational online teaching tools available that help students, teachers and even parents to learn and understand lessons, topics, problems, concepts, project works, etc at one's fingertip. The one to make online teaching famous is Byju through their ads in the online and print media. There are many online teaching tools available on the internet and few are mentioned below for your review and knowledge.
i) Twinkl - It has lessons prepared by experienced and passionate teachers that provide lesson planning, interactive educational games and activities at a subscription price.
ii) Kahoot! - It was launched in 2013 with easy-to-use features that allow teachers to create a free game-based or fun learning games for students for any subject, in any language, based around multiple-choice questions.
iii) Buncee - It helps to Create, Present and Share Multimedia Lessons using friendly graphics design that helps creativity, communication and critical thinking. It can also help in creating digital posters, micro-movies or simple games for the class activity.
iv) Teaching Channel - It is a video resource that covers major topics and subjects of all classes and grades. One can find more topics that are useful for teaching and learning.
v) Matific - It promotes inclusive learning by using common objects that allow children to master math concepts.
vi) Wakelet - It helps to share, quickly organize and collect digital assignments with students. It can embed videos, share articles, notes, etc.
vii) Wabisabi - It's an online community that shares and collaborates with students and parents for lesson planning, topics, reports, projects, etc.
viii) Times Table Rockstars - It is an online learning platform that helps children to complete their daily time tables practice with the animated theme and motivational reward system.
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