After many months of remote learning and tuning into a device for synchronous and asynchronous learning experiences, many teachers and students might be ready to move away from digital experiences […]
When considering the value and impact of edtech tools and platforms, I always take a close look at the following factors:
- Does the tool enable teacher’s and students to actively create and engage with others?
- Is the tool simple and intuative to use?
- Does the tool integrate seemlessly with the other powerful educational technologies widely used by teachers.
I recently had the opportunity to take a deep dive into a tool called Sutori. This resource is an emphatic “yes” to all of the questions above. It is a versatile content and multimedia creation tool. It enables students to interact with content in various ways while also having the opportunity to collaborate and engage with other classmates. It works great with other commonly used tools such as Quizlet, Padlet, and Edpuzzle.
In the lead-up to our live Innovation Connection event on November 1st, EdTechTeacher’s Tom Daccord, Avra Robinson and Tom Driscoll had the opportunity to engage in fascinating discussions with nine of our featured presenters.
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