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It’s fascinating to ponder how tablets and mobile gadgets were formerly forbidden in the classroom. Technology has broadened the scope of education by supporting teachers in their effort to prepare successful classes, engage their students online, and create an interconnected environment, thanks to the rise of remote teaching. In modern digital times, tools, apps, and devices are becoming increasingly useful for achieving learning objectives, as compared to a few years ago.

Students and teachers can now contact remotely and learn from the comfort of their own homes in today’s learning environment. For the past year, the Covid epidemic has made distance education necessary, and as a result, several unexpected benefits have emerged. The usage of teaching apps on a regular basis will almost certainly continue to be a part of the pedagogical environment in the future.  So, here is a list of top 10 online tools for teachers that are very effective.



A learning management system (LMS) is a software program that organizes class materials, lectures, and notes, delivers and grades assignments, and makes crucial announcements to students. It is one of the top 20 best apps for teachers, with over a million downloads.

Google Classroom unites the Google Slides, Google Sheets, Google Docs, the Gmail, and also Google Calendar into a single communication platform for teachers and students. Learners can be individually added into a class using a secret joining code or asked to join one by using a college domain. Teachers can form, deliver, and grade tasks within the available Google ecosystem. Each of the classes forms a different folder in the respective user’s portion in Google Drive where students can send work for grading.

2.     KAHOOT


There are thousands of fun quizzes for students and teachers on this platform. To boost interest, teachers can create or change their quiz in minutes and mix different question types. A practical and fun technique to determine which concepts learners have fully grasped and which may require further explanation.

Furthermore, their app family teaches advanced method math learning and encourages children to learn to read through play. Learners of all ages can use their Drops apps to make language learning natural and fun, and institutions can use Actimo which is their workforce engagement platform, to connect and engage their teams.

3.     REMIND


This platform encourages students, teachers, and parents to communicate more effectively. A useful tool for keeping the lines of communication between school and family open is real-time feedback and comments in or out of school. Teachers can handle up to ten classes at a time and each with an unlimited number of recipients.

4.     ZOOM


It is the number one app for education, work, and communication and gained much popularity in recent years. It is a US communications technology company that runs from California.  It provides online chat services and video telephony for telecommuting, teleconferencing, social relations, and distance education using a cloud-based mentoring software platform.

A prior Cisco engineer and executive named Eric founded Zoom in the year 2011 and released the software in the year 2013. The fast revenue growth of this platform as well as the supposed stability and simplicity of its software earned it a $1 billion valuation in recent years, making it a unicorn company. The best features of zoom are cross-platform instant messaging, quick screen sharing, excellent video and audio quality, and the New Meeting function, which allows professors to invite up to 100 individuals to attend the video class.

5.     SLACK


A one-stop place for teachers to efficiently interact with students and parents. Slack is an exclusive commercial communication site created by Slack Technologies which is an American software organization that is acquired by Salesforce from the year 2021. Outside of the classroom, it allows for real-time communication. It’s great for making announcements, sharing lesson ideas, and having group or private discussions.



For courses, tutorials, and training videos, this is the best video editor and screen recorder. Teachers can record a lesson for later study or to show to absent students; they can also choose from the library and add animations, annotations, and audio and visual effects. Moreover, students can make videos to demonstrate their knowledge or to make observations.

7.     QUIZIZZ


Quizizz is a free online learning game platform that is exceedingly simple to use, offers zillions of pre-made games on any topic that are engaging activities for formative and reinforcement assessment, and has just added a simplified Nearpod-like feature called student-paced Lessons.

Students can participate in Quizizz games in groups divided into Zoom breakout rooms. Students can see the question and possible answers on the same screen, rather than having to split them into two as happens on other gaming platforms.

8.     TED-ED


Teachers and students looking for knowledge, inspiration, and fun will love these lesson ideas and high-quality videos. Students can use explainer videos to assist them better understand a concept. The animations and films are entertaining and well produced.

Award-winning short videos make up the TED-Ed Originals program content. These are animated to keep learners interested in subjects that are often heavy-going or difficult. Screenwriters, Animators, educators, scientific writers, historians, directors, academic researchers, and journalists are among those who have contributed.

Furthermore, classes cater to a wide range of themes and ages, covering both curriculum-based and non-curriculum resources. This is an excellent tool for both remote and in-class learning because it allows you to build unique lessons or use those of others.



It’s essentially a large digital whiteboard that the teacher can control from anywhere. As it can use Google Drive documents, it’s a wonderful tool for connecting with Google Classroom.



All teachers throughout the world have benefited from Socrative’s formative assessment tools. Socrative’s purpose has always been to connect students and teachers as they learn by delivering effective and engaging tools for assessing student comprehension in real time. This allows teachers to adjust their instruction in order to maximize student learning. Socrative is used by almost 3 million people around the world and is available in 14 languages.

It also assists teachers in sharing perspectives, igniting discussion, and learning through user-created quizzes and polls. Students here use a Room Code to access questions.  As students submit their responses from practically any device, the answers appear instantaneously on the teacher’s computer.

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