20 Tech Tips from ETJ Tokyo 2016

  1. Wunderlist is a great way to organize your tasks, and sync across a variety of devices
  2. Slack is a messaging app for teams
  3. Storybots makes your child the star of their own story
  4. Mindmeister is a free browser-based mind-mapping tool
  5. Zuknow is a language flashcard app for Android and iOS
  6. Picmonkey is a browser-based tool for creating “mind blowing” photos
  7. You can create animated videos and presentations with Powtoon
  8. …or try the simple do-it-yourself tools at GoAnimate
  9. Livestream allows you to watch and broadcast live events online
  10. With Sitepal you can create talking avatars for your website or blog
  11. Learn to code with Codeacademy
  12. …and optimize your JavaScript with Google Closure
  13. Take an online course with Udemy
  14. …or learn for free at Khan Academy
  15. You can create and sell your own online courses with the LearnDash WordPress LMS plugin…
  16. …or create and deploy online courses with Udutu
  17. …or easily create your own stunning website with Wix
  18. Brush up on your artistic skills with Paint.NET
  19. Check out the fun and educational kids videos at Dream English
  20. Explore the resources for Japanese learners of English at ALC

If you found these tips useful, why not check out the new version of my book, which has been revised, updated and expanded for 2019: 50 Ways to Teach with Technology

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