CenturyTech — Personal learning pathways with micro-lessons to address gaps in knowledge, challenge students and promote long-term memory retention.
ClassDojo — Connects teachers with students and parents to build classroom communities.
Edmodo — Tools and resources to manage classrooms and engage students remotely, offering a variety of languages.
Edraak — Arabic language online education with resources for school learners and teachers.
EkStep — Open learning platform with a collection of learning resources to support literacy and numeracy.
Google Classroom — Helps classes connect remotely, communicate and stay-organized.
Moodle — Community-driven and globally-supported open learning platform.
Nafham — Arabic language online learning platform hosting educational video lessons that correspond with Egyptian and Syrian curricula.
Paper Airplanes — Matches individuals with personal tutors for 12–16 week sessions conducted via video conferencing platforms, available in English and Turkish.
Schoology — Tools to support instruction, learning, grading, collaboration and assessment.
Seesaw — Enables the creation of collaborative and sharable digital learning portfolios and learning resources.
Skooler — Tools to turn Microsoft Office software into an education platform.
Note : The list of educational applications, platforms and resources above aim to help parents, teachers, schools and school administrators facilitate student learning and provide social care and interaction during periods of school closure. Most of the solutions curated are free and many cater to multiple languages. While these solutions do not carry my explicit endorsement, they tend to have a wide reach, a strong user-base and evidence of impact.
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