7 New EdTech Tools for Teachers

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May 24 , 2017
This month's New EdTech Tools post features 6 interesting applications we are publishing here for the first time.  Some of the things you can do with these tools include: interactively explore math concepts such as Algebra, Geometry, and Calculus; learn English through stories; record and share video notes, and many more.

1-  GxWeb

GxWeb is a free, browser-based app for interactively exploring concepts, modeling problems and discovering solutions in areas of math study from Algebra and Geometry through Calculus.

2- Deep English

Join Over 400,000 Learners Around the World. Speak Quickly and Understand Native Speakers. Learn English with interesting stories. Get fluent by listening a lot and speaking a lot With free lessons and a free email course

3- Why So Scientists Do What Scientists Do

‘A site developed to help non-scientists, or students embarking on a career in science, to understand "the scientific mind-set.’

4- VideoNotebooks

This app allows you to take notes while watching a video. Notes are organized in notebooks, and each notebook corresponds to one video.The app also allows tagging individual notes to be able to retrieve a specific subset of notes across all notebooks later. Notebooks can be also tagged for better organization.

5- Check 123

‘Enjoy more than 20,000 Curated Videos from all over the World in the Web's first social video encyclopedia!All of Check123’s videos are validated by professional experts in different fields, and prioritized by quality - helping you find the best possible answer to your search!’

6- Infomusic

‘Informusic is the all-in-one music history resource for students, professors, and classical music lovers. Browse through biographies, program notes, sheet music, audio examples, and interactive timelines that contextualize musical events with art, history, politics, war, and more!’

7- Your Family on Google
'Share entertainment and stay connected with the ones you love. Create a family group with up to six family members and get the most out of Google, together.'