Free digital educational tools to create interactive content for online teaching and learning

     Technology has the ability to enhance relationships between teachers and students. When teachers effectively integrate technology into subject areas, teachers grow into roles of adviser, content expert, and coach. Technology helps make teaching and learning more meaningful and fun. Students also develop positive feelings of exploitation by mastering new knowledge and skills using digitized learning tools. Here I am presenting some of the most popular free educational tools.

1. CurrikiStudio:

CurrikiStudio brings you the tools to create interactive learning content like never before. Free authoring software with mobile-first activities including interactive multimedia, images, games, virtual tours, and simulations. This is the very best tool to make interactive content like different image-based, video-based learning content, and comprehensive activities. You can also create listening comprehension activities by uploading audio. The audio-based tool is very useful to teach Phonics. Students can record their audio and check the pronunciation. 

2. Thinglink:

Thinglink allows educators to create interactive images with music, sounds, texts, and photographs. These can be shared on other websites or on social networks, such as Twitter and Facebook. ThingLink is a clever tool that makes annotating digital items super simple. You can use images, your own pictures, videos, or 360-degree interactive images for tagging. By adding tags, you can allow students to interact with the media, drawing more detail from it. You can create interactive images and videos by giving hotspots with a read-along option. Thinglink offers the possibility for teachers to create learning methodologies that awaken the curiosity of students through interactive content that can expand their knowledge. 

3. TEd Ed:

TED-Ed is an educational platform that allows creating educational lessons with the collaboration of teachers, students, animators—generally people who want to expand knowledge and good ideas. You can create learning activities around YouTube video and own videos by uploading into YouTube. You just find a video from Youtube and start creating activities. You can give different comprehensive questions before or after the video. You might want to set the video as homework. Students, teachers, and parents also work in this.

4. Soundcte JS:

Soundcite JS is a good tool to create interactive inline audio stories.  Audio is a powerful device that can add emotion or context to a story. SoundCite is a simple-to-use tool that lets you add inline audio to your story. The audio is not isolated; it plays right under the text you choose. You can add meanings to words, music to the sentences, audio to the story. This will help students to understand the story or lesson easily and also make it interesting.

5. Timeline JS:

Timeline JS is an open-source tool that enables anyone to build visually rich, interactive timelines. You can create effective timeline-based content by uploading videos, images, and links. The tool is very useful to create content related to inventions, history, and revolutionary changes.

6. StoryMap JS:

StoryMapJS is a free tool to help you tell stories on the web that highlight the locations of a series of events. You can tell stories with large photographs, works of art, historic maps, and other image files. You can use this to teach some topics like the capital of countries, sanctuaries, freedom movement places, and the history of the great personalities.

7. Edpuzzle:

Edpuzzle is a teaching tool used to place interactive content into pre-existing videos from a variety of sources, such as TED or YouTube, or into videos you have made. With Edpuzzle, you can make any video of your lesson in three easy steps: Find a video on YouTube, upload your own, or re-use a video lesson created by another teacher. Then, edit the video to create your lesson. Record your voice to personalize it, and hold your students accountable by embedding questions in the video.

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Good information about tools.nice here from u,
Keep explore and suggest good info like this.i will surely try these.

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