Looking for a new e-tool? …here are 60 free ones! :)Sebah Al-Ali
If you’re looking for a new app to try out in class, or if you just want to see what’s out there, the Global Digital Citizen Foundation shared 60 e-tools that are available for teachers to try out in class, for free.
Some of them are subject-specific, like math and language. And some are just general tools that can be used by any kind of teacher. I’m sure that you’re are already familiar with many of them, like Quizlet, Kahoot, and Padlet. But there are many more tools.
Blendspace Digital Library shares lesson plans and materials that are created by other teachers, about anything. They also have IELTS lesson plans! (an example) You can also create and share your own lessons.
many many more can be found here: