New Generation Education: Digital Learning

Digitalization is perhaps one of the most remarkable realities of our age. The COVID-19 pandemic process enabled us to be even more involved in the digital world. For a long time, we continued our business, education, and even the meetings we had with our loved ones online; and we continue to do so. Continuous engagement with technology changes the process of learning, especially for children and young people. 21st-century technologies are now replacing traditional classroom education practices. In this sense, as the Genç Hayat Foundation, we have researched some digital tools and prepared a great list that will help to keep the online learning process more efficient and fun.

1. Kahoot

Kahoot is an online platform designed to create quizzes and surveys. You can create tests with various question types, organize competitions individually or in teams, and carry out the evaluation process by turning it into a fun and interactive game.

2. Edpuzzle

Edpuzzle is a content creation platform that helps you create videos. You can make the education process more enjoyable by preparing interactive videos where you can add audio, open-ended and multiple-choice questions and notes.

3. Popplet

Popplet is a great way to present ideas visually. Popplet helps you turn the ideas you have in the classroom or workplace and the topics you want to discuss into mind maps.

The mind maps consolidate the learning process of students, especially during the distance learning period, by establishing a relationship between the ideas and images because visualizing what you are telling helps your ideas to become more permanent and understandable.

4. Pixton

Pixton is a tool that helps you to easily create fun comics and cartoons. You can prepare great presentations, projects and assignments by making your content even more interactive with edits that will support visual memory strength.

5. ThingLink

With ThingLink, it is possible to make your image content even more responsive by creating tags on the images, when you click on the tag students will see more detail or different content regarding the topic. Thus, by increasing the interaction with new information, you can enable the students to focus more on subjects without being distracted.

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