Not the tools are important, but the goals a person or group intend to achieve. The tools allow pupils, students and teachers, individually or as a group, to act and collaborate simultaneously or at different moments. All tools were developed based on observations of real teaching practices in the classrooms and constant exchange of ideas and experiences between teachers and the designers of the tools. Applications can be used by children as early as in the Kindergarten, by pupils in primary and secondary schools as well as by adults in higher education institutions. All functionalities are continuously adapted to the technical evolution of browsers and Internet.
Collaborate on several projects; document activities (with pictures, film, sound recordings, links and texts); create questionnaires, surveys or quizzes; tell a story (oral or written); follow up a visit to the museum; develop a play; create a (historical) timeline; create a comic; exchange information with others; prepare a lesson; build a course; discuss topics in a chat; keep a learning diary (blog); comment, rate or review a book; build a learning portfolio; publish a message; plan an event; assign a homework online; find a date for a meeting with colleagues; post minutes of meetings; etc ... are just a few examples of the many possible usages.
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Tiparlo – Create oral narrations and stories
OLEFA Sound Recorder allows you to create and edit vocal records online. Furthermore, you can publish these as Podcasts or save them as MP3 files.
Teachers can use the assignment tool to attribute work to an entire group or to individual students. Students can manage their assignments, hand in their work via the same tool or directly interact with the respective teacher.