Jul 02, 2016

10 online educational tools to master language teaching

You can’t have fun teaching online without getting your hands dirty!! As an online teacher, a great part of my work involves utilizing the best educational tools for my content creation, content delivery, or to encourage active learning with students. I will describe them based on the needs of online teachers and/or classroom teachers who wish to integrate what they do with online technologies...

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