Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017- OohLala

#74 of the 82 Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017 According to Education Experts –

Tutora posted the 82 Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017. I have decided to post re each, and we start with #74 on the list:

74. OohLala – Improving the Student Experience

As nominated by Ryan Craig of University Ventures.

OohLaLa provides a Platform for Students to Interact. The campus wall allows students to post questions about housing, purchasing books or finding the best places to eat and get answers quickly from the campus community. Admin can post important information and create custom channels that are specific to life at their campus.

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Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017- Find Learning Apps

#43 of the 82 Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017 According to Education Experts –

Tutora posted the 82 Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017. I have decided to post re each, and we start with #43 on the list:

43. Zzish – Bringing Classrooms To Life

As nominated by George Webb, CEO of Revision Buddies.

Zzish finds the best learning apps and makes them useful for real classrooms. The platform enables students, teachers and developers across the world to ensure that smart technology in a mainstream education can be as good as possible.

With their platform they are helping over a million students learn better: because they’re better engaged, and because the technology can personalise their learning content. 50,000 Teachers are saving time, because data can instantly answer and record the key questions that teachers really need to know to help their students.

Furthermore, they are helping developers around the world have access the online schools market saving them thousands of hours of development, and get their apps in the hands of teachers and students.

Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017- STEM & CODE

#24 of the 82 Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017 According to Education Experts –

Tutora posted the 82 Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017. I have decided to post re each, and we start with #24 on the list:

24. Ardusat – A more compelling way to learn technology

As nominated by Josh Murdock.

Ardusat helps educators & parents make learning exciting. Teach kids hands-on science, explore coding, use real-data to enhance STEM curriculum and more – all in a way that’s designed for teachers. The Ardusat Sensor Kit is a great way to get started with basic Arduino programming and learn about sensors. It’s perfect for parents looking to get their kids started coding, engineering, making/DIYing, and more.

In each experiment, students use Ardusat to build, code, and show off what they’re learning. This isn’t a run-of-the-mill lecture or a project that takes two months. Every single experiment can be done in a class period or two, giving your students plenty of building experience.

 

Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017- Wanted: Student Inventors

#16 of the 82 Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017 According to Education Experts –

Tutora posted the 82 Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017. I have decided to post re each, and we start with #16 on the list:

16. Microduino – DIY Electronics for Makers of All Ages

As nominated by Nikolaos Chatzopoulos of Tech Trends 4 Teachers.

Microduino designs and manufacturers digital electronic building blocks which are connectable to a large selection of digital input and digital/analog output devices. Compatible with Arduino, the Microduino Series blocks are packaged in multi-piece kits that allow users to build, animate and control objects that they construct. Kits also include interactive components that sense physical attributes and output devices. In its most popular form, mCookies are stackable, magnetically and electronically connectable and colour-coded to easily identify the functional family type.

mCookies are physically compatible with LEGO blocks. Connected in stacks, mCookies are available into the consumer, maker space and educational markets as components and/or in convenient kits such as the Microduino ‘Itty Bitty City’.

Microduino recent awards include Time Magazine named Microduino 1 of the top 5 STEM education kits to teach kids engineering and coding, Gold winners of the 2016 IDEA awards by the IDSA. Microduino modules are on permanent display at the Henry Ford museum of Innovation, One of the ‘Five Best Things’ from the World Maker Faire.

“Microduino is the perfect tool for STEM/STEAM education” – Nikolaos Chatzopoulos