Tools for learning have emerged over time from those assisting teachers to those that help students learn on their own. Take a look at 6 of such tools that could boost social learning for students, simplify curriculum and lesson planning for teachers andensure more participative learning enironment.
Skype, Quora, Khan Academy, FunBrain, Google Docs and YouTube are some of the great learning resources available on the Internet today. With them students can take control of their learning process.
Much as YouTube may sound as a fun place to be on the Internet, it is actually a great tool for self-development. There are tons of how-to, DIY and instructional videos on YouTube that could improve learning at every level of education.
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