What it is: Clever streamlines the process of logging into educational apps by letting students log into all of their tools with a single set of credentials (instead of dozens).
Who would love it: K–12 teachers and students, although students cannot access it unless their school registers with Clever.
They’re not all changing education — but a few innovative ones are.
Not to mention a wide array of other online learning tools.
Among many other factors, each also had to have a solid base of users, a reputation for excellence, and big plans for 2015.
We have grouped these 32 selections based on how they are making a difference in student education.
It connects applications with the Student Information Systems (SIS) already in place for schools and districts. The company claims that the average teacher spends 15 minutes logging in students for every 50 minutes in the computer lab.
Our categories are: classroom connectors, interactive information providers, language learning tools, online courses, presentation makers, productivity boosters, and reading enhancers.
What they share in common is the capacity to change education.
Without further ado, here are the tools that you’ll want to have on your computer, tablet, or smartphone this year...
Among the wide-ranging apps, sites, learning management systems, flashcard creators, and content archives, there are a few dozen that promise to make an impact on how students learn this year.
Noodle’s team of education experts investigated the vast array of online learning tools to create this list of the 32 best, most innovative online tools that we think will change the education space in 2015.
We spoke with teachers, tutors, and leaders in the space. As we evaluated the available resources to bring you the best, we maintained a strict set of criteria.
The selections had to be: designed for high school or college students, user-friendly, in a strong design language, easy to use, and available for free.