In this comparison table you can have a complete overview of top remote learning tools at a single glance.
Acer Academy is a teacher training program designed to give educators in Acer Innovative Schools a boost of confidence in their EdTech skills.
The BBC micro:bit is the perfect tool for teaching young people digital skills. The Micro:bit Educational Foundation has compiled a guide to remote teaching, including a live coding tool and tips for setting assignments in VLEs like Google Classroom and Microsoft Teams.
Discover how Adobe Education Exchange apps can help the education community stay strong in these times of emergency with its hub of Remote Learning resources for students and teachers worldwide.
With the Scottie Go! Dojo application you will have free access to the quest creator (till August 31st, 2020) and to a set of 109 tiles for printing and scanning.
Microsoft is providing resources for teachers to learn best practices using Microsoft Teams and a host of other distance learning tools.
A hub of information, tips, training and tools to help teachers continue teaching during global school closures.
Even if you are not in the classroom, you can still teach. With Teams, Skooler and OneNote, you have the tools to get started with remote learning. Free trial till July 31, 2020!
TextHelp tools integrate easily into Google Classroom providing teachers the ability to build resources and instantly set assignments, discussions or provide learning materials.
Explore the full range of Acer and EdTechTeam’s free, bite-sized online courses for teachers.
Discover AppsEvents’ Online Summit and Bootcamps (and other materials) about how teachers are adapting to online lessons worldwide.
Microsoft Education is committed to helping teachers and students stay connected and engaged, thanks to Microsoft Teams.
For educators and IT administrators preparing for potential school closures, here are a few ways by Google to engage students through distance learning.