Edigo offers new interactive online learning tools for teachers
As a teacher, you know how difficult it can be to find the right tools for curating courses for your classroom. Now that essentially all aspects of our lives are digital, we can now turn to the internet to get things done in ways that we could only dream of years ago.
Creating fun content for your classroom can be a daunting process. Keeping your pupils entertained is no small feat, especially with all of the distractions of this modern world. Engaging with your students is one of the most important barriers you’ll cross in order to be effective in your practice. But, as we all know, creativity is often one of the most time-consuming aspects of art. As a teacher, time is already extremely precious, so wouldn’t it be nice if there are some good tools at your disposal?
There are quite a few tools available online these days that can assist with the task of creativity. But most of these tools are dated, difficult to use or simply not targeted for teachers. Sure, you can load up a Google Doc and manually create your ideas, but this takes a lot of time and the results are mediocre at best.
Enter Edigo.io, a new online tool in the Edtech space that simplifies the creation of educational material and teacher created resources. With this new tool, you’re able to blast through the creative process without being held back. Designing your activities has never been easier. Their intuitive drag-and-drop interface makes it a snap to get your ideas out of your head and into the classroom.
One of our favorite features of Edigo is the ability to share your ideas in a turnkey fashion with other users on the platform. This allows you to sell your creative ideas with others, or quickly find ideas from the education community. There are even free resources available and if you’re feeling generous, you can offer your ideas to others at no cost as well.
As you can see, here’s one great example of a tool that can drastically increase your productivity in the creative element of the classroom. After all, there’s plenty of other tasks that demand your attention, don’t let your creativity be one of the things that hold you back.