To inspire your next EdTech application, we have compiled 10 educational technology examples currently available.
Here is our list of the 10 educational technology examples:
The web-based marketplace provides small-group virtual after-school activities for children. The newest edtech unicorn is valued at $1.3 billion.
A web-based driving school marketplace which prepares people for driving tests by providing online driver education courses. Recently they started offering competitive rates for getting car insurance as new drivers.
The Indonesian app offers more than 250 000 pre-recorded videos with homework help. The videos serve as a hook to convince students (or their parents) to sign up for CoLearn’s live online classes.
Youcician is a fun way to learn how to play piano, guitar, bass or ukelele or even sing thanks to the video tutorials included in this Android App.
A web-based tutor marketplace with a tailor-made learning plan, virtual classroom and performance analytics.
Learn math, check homework and study for upcoming tests and ACTs/SATs with the most used math learning app in the world.
7. Canvas Student
An LMS app for students to view grades, course content, submit assignments and keep track of course work with a to-do-list and calendar.
Learn to trade with Investmate. It offers courses, tips, quizzes, a glossary of terms and thought-provoking financial content. With this handy app, you can learn the very fundamentals to the ins and outs of investing.
Bukas is an education financing app that offers affordable tuition instalment plans (student loans) to college and graduate school students. They have partnered with leading universities and schools in the Philippines.
Quizlet is the easiest way to study, practice and master what you’re learning. Create your own flashcards or choose from millions created by other students. More than 50 million students study for free.
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Vivi is a wellness app for students and teachers that was established in Melbourne in 2016. Screen mirroring, digital signage, emergency broadcast, formative evaluation, and student health and wellness tests are among the features.
To assist schools in preparing for remote learning, Pivot provides free, actionable tools and guides.
Edoome /edu-me/ links teachers and students so that they can interact, collaborate, and share, as well as providing opportunities for teachers to save time preparing, measuring, and tracking their students’ progress in one location.
Mappen, an online curriculum solution (already used by 350+ schools) with lesson plans from prep to grade 6, have adapted their lesson plans to support continued learning in the home. Teachers will be able to delegate work to students online, and students will be able to access resources, ask questions, and learn at their own speed.
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