100 Tools for Teachers and Students

Charlotte Gupta

100 Best Tools for Teachers and Students

Technology has changed every aspect of modern life and education is no exception! The modern school sees students confidently engaging with technology and sharing knowledge with each other through their devices. Increasingly students are looking for more engaging and interactive methods to learn and revise moving away from being confined to a desk reading a dull textbook. Teachers now have to compete for their students attention by utilising technology that engages their class and that makes learning fun and effective. This demand has lead to the rapid expanse of the market for education technology n the past decade. There are hundreds of tools for teachers and students to choose from available on the market which can make it difficult to find exactly what you’re looking for. We’ve found our 100 best tools for teachers and students – enjoy!


100 Best Tools for Teachers and Students: Quick Links

Classroom tools

1) Kahoot

Create, Play, Share, Reinforce. Make fun learning games “Kahoots” and multiple choice questions. This is an excellent resource for a plenary, with students collaborating on a smartphone or tablet to select the right answer and eager to win more points for being the fastest team. You can sit back and watch students as they literally jump with excitement to learn and work together. You can also take the gap in between question to consolidate learning and address misconceptions.No matter what the year group, students love Kahoot and will will keep asking to play it!

Available on: Desktop, iOS and google play.

  • Type: Priced at around $10 per month
  • Type: Classroom tool
  • Target: Aimed at teachers for children
  • Website: www.kahoot.it

2) Zzish

EdTechs Most passionate pioneers Teacher dashboards and Quizalize quiz application combine to deliver assessment, classroom and test prep tools. Teachers see who needs help with what, and how well they are progressing through the activity. 75,000 teachers from 110 countries, 400 schools and universities across the globe and work with OUP, Discovery.

  • Type: Free and premium versions available
  • Type: Classroom tool
  • Target: Aimed at teachers for schools
  • Website: www.live.zzish.com

3) Google Classroom

Streamlines assignments and boosts collaboration. Use Google Classroom to create classes to distribute homework assignments, track the progress of your students and send (immediate) feedback. Gone are the days where students make excuses for you not giving them a paper copy of the homework as Google Classrooms can be accessed anywhere, anytime, and on any device!

4) Class Charts

Instant seating plans and easy to use behaviour management. Class Charts allows teachers to produce instant seating plans, with an incredibly helpful integration of pupils’ school pictures and data from SIMS. No longer will you need to scribble out and re-write paper versions of seating plans or constantly copying and pasting to edit online copies, with just a few clicks, teachers can quickly change the seating arrangement of a classroom on Class Charts to help improve pupil behaviour and save precious time!

5) Socrative

Classroom app for fun, effective classroom engagement allowing teachers to instantly connect with students as learning happens Quickly assess students with prepared activities or on-the-fly questions to get immediate insight into student understanding and make quizzes.

  • Type: Prices start from $56.99
  • Type: Classroom Tool
  • Target: Aimed at Institutitions
  • Website: www.socrative.com

6) Remind

School communication should not be so hard and with Remind, it’s not. Remind allows teachers to send quick and simple messages to other teachers, parents or students. With Remind, communication is faster and condensed so helps put an end to unread emails with colleagues and encourages students to complete homework with a reminder over the weekend. Remind is already being used in more than 70% of U.S. state schools.

  • Type: Free
  • Type: Classroom tool
  • Target: Aimed at institutions and teachers.
  • Website: www.remind.com

7) TeacherKit

TeacherKit is the number one class management tool used by more than 1 million teachers around the world. TeacherKit makes routine tasks like attendance recording, grade monitoring easy and straightforward, $39.99 yearly.

  • Type: Aimed at institutions and teachers.
  • Type: Classroom tool
  • Target:
  • Website: www.teacherkit.net

Communication and Organisation

8) ClassDojo

Gives teachers parents and students the power to create incredible classrooms by connecting them. Communication app for the classroom allowing teacher/students/parents to communicate to do work together as a team.

  • Type: Free
  • Type: Classroom Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.classdojo.com

9) Slack

Where work happens, Slack is the fastest growing app of all time. Team communication made easy and many apps integrate to slacks platform making task sharing and communication much easier within a team.

  • Type: Free
  • Type: Communication and Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.slack.com

10) Trello

An online tool for managing projects and personal tasks and allows groups of people to easily split up jobs and roles. Trello allows people to create boards, lists and cards to help organise and prioritize projects in a fun, flexible and rewarding way.

  • Type: Free
  • Type: Communication and Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.trello.com


11) Canva

More than 100m+ designs made all over the world Canva is an elegant solution to the complex design process started by Melanie Perkins who was teaching graphic design programs at university and found students struggled to learn the basics, partnering with Cliff Obrecht they eventually launched Canva with tech co-founder Cameron Adams. Canva can be used by individuals to create memorable CV’s or presentations or posters. Canva has a wide business application for social media posts, presentations etc.

  • Type: Free to use but many features are unlocked with the pro upgrade
  • Type: Design
  • Target: Aimed at all
  • Website: www.canva.com

12) Haiku deck

Haiku Deck is a presentation design tool that allows you to create amazing presentations on the web, iPad or iPhone. Haiku Deck clears away the clutter helping you to focus on the key idea of your presentation.

  • Type: Prices vary starting from $7.99 per month
  • Type: Design
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.haikudeck.com

13) Prezi

Prezi next is everything you need for the most dynamic and engaging presentations ever. With a huge library of beautiful presentations Prezi makes it easy and fun to design your own presentations.

  • Type: Free 30 day trial then prices start from £7 per month
  • Type: Design
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.prezi.com

14) Animoto

Create professional video slideshows by turning your photos and video clips into slide shows, quickly and easily. Easy to use and hosted in the clouds you can have access to your projects where ever you go.

  • Type: Free trial then premium from £7.99 per month
  • Type: Design
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.animoto.com

15) Tinkercad

Tinkercad is a simple online 3D design and 3D printing app for everyone. Tinkercad is used by designers, hobbyists, teachers and kids to make many things such as toys, prototypes, etc.

16) iMovie

iMovie lets you easily turn your videos into movies to make unique presentations and learning tools. You can upload and edit clips from anywhere and add music and effects.

  • Type: Free for iOS and macOS
  • Type: Design
  • Target: Aimed at all
  • Website: iMovie on iTunes


17) Quizlet

Simple tools for learning anything, make and practices quizzes and flashcards. 194,597,000 study sets and counting.

  • Type: $19.99 per year
  • Type: Flashcards
  • Target: Aimed at all
  • Website: www.quizlet.com

18) Brainscape

The worlds smartest flash cards learn twice as fast and remember longer with spaced repetition. people can make their own flashcards and use those made by other community members.

  • Type: Free to use
  • Type: Flashcards
  • Target: Aimed at students and teachers as a study tool
  • Website: www.brainscape.com

19) Tiny Cards

A part of Duolingo, Tinycards is a fun flashcard app that helps you memorise anything for free, forever. Bite-sized lessons are the best way to master anything from Spanish to the periodic table.

20) Anki

Anki is a program which makes remembering things easy and is more efficient than traditional study methods. Anki aims to reduce the time people spend studying whilst increasing the amount that they learn.

  • Type: One off payment of £23.99
  • Type: Flashcards
  • Target: Aimed at students.
  • Website: www.apps.ankiweb.net

21) Memrise

Many topics including languages, over 200 courses with rich content. Uses science and fun to help to enrich learning and has a community focus.

  • Type: Free to use and there is a premium offer
  • Type: Flashcards and Smart learning
  • Target: Aimed at all
  • Website: www.memrise.com


22) The Student Room

Is the largest student community in the world with 1.8million members and is a space for people to discuss university, jobs and exams. Offers free university application help and revision tools.

23) Quora

Quora is an online forum where you can ask pretty much anything and the responses are regulated by the community members. They aim to share and grow the worlds knowledge and help people find the answers to questions that are not easily found online.


24) My Times Tables

A fun and effective way for kids to learn their time’s tables. Helps children to learn their first 20 times tables in a fun way.

  • Type: Free and offers in-app purchases
  • Type: Game
  • Target: Aimed at children and parents
  • Website: www.mytimestables.org

25) Math Bingo

A fun and effective way for children to practice their basic numerical skills. Over 1 million players.

  • Type: £2.99
  • Type: Game
  • Target: Aimed at children
  • Website: www.abcya.com

26) Lumosity

50 million users from around the world. Claim to help improve cognitive function with simple fun games.

  • Type: Free basic membership then premium and family plans charged monthly from $15
  • Type: Games
  • Target: Aimed at adults
  • Website: www.lumosity.com

27) Peak

Games that claim to boost your cognitive function. Specialised daily workouts.

  • Type: Free to download and premium options available
  • Type: Games
  • Target: Aimed at adults.
  • Website: www.peak.net

28) Elevate

Designed to build communication and analytic skills. The more you train the more you benefit.

  • Type: Free to download premium options available
  • Type: Games
  • Target: Aimed at adults.
  • Website: www.elevateapp.com

29) Cognifit

Offers a scientifically validated software to precisely measure and train each individual’s cognitive skills. Play a variety of fun games.

  • Type: Free to download premium options available
  • Type: Games
  • Target: Aimed at adults
  • Website: www.cognifit.com


30) Duolingo

Gamification of language learning, Read, listen speak available on Android, iOS, Windows. Analyzed how millions of people learn at once to create the most effective educational system and tailor it to each student.

  • Type: Free or plus is $9.99 per month
  • Type: Language
  • Target: Aimed at all
  • Website: www.duolingo.com

31) Sign BSL

Easily find and view signs on your mobile device with over 20,000 videos in the video dictionary. Free.

  • Type: Aimed at all.
  • Type: Search and compare thousands of words and phrases in British Sign Language
  • Target:
  • Website: App store link


32) Instructables

Instructables is a website specialising in user-created and uploaded DIY projects. Instructables has a tonne of awesome projects for teachers to do with their classes and supports teachers and students by providing free premium membership.

  • Type: Free for Teachers and student, paid options for individuals
  • Type: Instructional
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.instructables.com

33) wikiHow

Wh-logo wikiHow’s website has loads of tutorials broken down into simple steps to show you how to do anything and it is the worlds most popular how to website. The website aims to create the worlds most useful how to space and show anyone how to do anything.



34) Wolfram Alpha

Wolfram Alpha uses a collection of data and built in algorithms to help people find the knowledge they need to answer questions. Their long term goal is to make all systematic knowledge immediately computable and accessible to everyone by bringing expert level knowledge and capabilities to the broadest range of people spanning all professional and education levels.

35) Mavis Beacon

Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing is one of the best known typing tutors evermade. Mavis Beacon integrates personalised lessons and games to teach children and adults how to touch type.

36) iKnow!

iKnow! is a social learning platform that is built upon a learning engine that is supposed to free users from sorting study materials and help them create effective study plans. iKnow! measures students learning progress over the long term allowing users to set personal goals.

Learning Management Systems

37) Blackboard

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Educations partner in change, helping learners, educators, institutions and companies thrive in a complex and changing environment. Innovate best-in-class technologies and services helping institutions drive success.

  • Type: Detailed pricing not publically available
  • Type: LMS
  • Target: Aimed at institutions.
  • Website: www.blackboard.com

38) Moodle

An open source software offering grade management, attendance management, assessment implementation and lesson planners.management Offers special modules for creating courses.

  • Type: Operates on the Freemium model
  • Type: LMS
  • Target: Aimed at institutions.
  • Website: www.moodle.com

39) Edmodo

With over 85 million members Edmodo aims to bring education into a 21st-century environment. Communication, collaboration and coaching between students, teachers and parents is enabled through Edmodo.management

  • Type: Prices vary and are given upon request
  • Type: LMS
  • Target: Aimed at institutions.
  • Website: www.emodo.com

40) Schoology

The only online management system that connects all the people, content and systems that fuel education. Easily create objectives- align assessments that are managed from one central location and delivered in the normal course workflow.

  • Type: Prices available on request
  • Type: LMS
  • Target: Aimed at institutions.
  • Website: www.schoology.com

Massive Open Online Courses) (MOOCs)

41) Udemy

Udemy is a global marketplace for learning and teaching online where students are mastering new skills and achieving their goals by learning from an extensive library of over 50,000 courses taught by expert instructors. Udemy provides tools which enable users to create a course, promote it and earn money from tuition charges.

  • Type: Charges depend
  • Type: MOOC
  • Target: Aimed at anyone who wants to learn a new skill for work.
  • Website: www.udemy.com

42) Coursera

Coursera offers courses taught by top instructors from the world’s best universities and educational institutions. Courses include recorded video lectures, auto-graded and peer-reviewed assignments and community discussion forums, when you complete a course you’ll recieve a sharable electronic course certificate.

  • Type: Open to everyone prices at about $29-$99 per course
  • Type: MOOC
  • Target: Aimed at anyone who wants to learn a new skill for work.
  • Website: www.coursera.org

43) Future Learn

FutureLearn offers a diverse selection of courses from leading universities around the world, which are delivered in one step at a time lessons available on any device where ever you are. Since the launch in 2013 over 6 million people have joined FutureLearn.

  • Type: Free and premium versions available
  • Type: MOOC
  • Target: Aimed at anyone who wants to learn a new skill for work.
  • Website: www.futurelearn.com


44) Yousician

A fun fast way to learn an master the piano, guitar, bass and ukulele. Play the music you want your way with easy to follow courses and tasks.

  • Type: Free and premium versions available
  • Type: Music
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.yousician.com

45) Andy Guitar

Free online video guitar lessons that cater to a range of abilities from absolute beginners to advanced. Andy Guitar provides are great space for people to learn and improve on their guitar technique and knowledge.


46) Black Bullion

The learning platform for people who want to be in control of their money and improve their money management skills. Discover the latest FinTech products and unlock rewards by completing your tasks.

  • Type: Free to use
  • Type: Financial organisation
  • Target: Aimed at university students
  • Website: www.blackbullion.com

47) Google Drive

The perfect way to back up and store homework, class plans and work. Get access to files anywhere through secure cloud storage and file backup of photos vidoes and files.

48) Dropbox

Dropbox is a technology company that builds simple, powerful products for people and businesses. Cloud based storage and access.

  • Type: Free and premium versions available
  • Type: Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at all
  • Website: www.dropbox.com

49) Exam Countdown

A simple way to keep track of exam dates. Counts down to exams helping students effectively plan revision.

  • Type: Free app
  • Type: Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at students.
  • Website: www.root38.com

50) myHomework

An app that allows students to manage their school life. Replacing the traditional student planner with a great experience on the students preferred device.

51) Evernote

Evernote is a platform that aims to help you organise your work making sure that across all your devices where ever you are your work is in sync. Designed for notetaking Evernote allows users to create a ‘note’ which can be text or a voice memo, or even handwritten.

  • Type: Free and premium versions available
  • Type: Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at students.
  • Website: www.evernnote.com

52) Grade Hound

Grade Hound helps you manage your classes, organise your assignments and track your grades. The planner app makes organisation easier than ever and helps you track grade progressions.

  • Type: Free
  • Type: Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at students and teachers.
  • Website: www.omnigroup.com

53) Wunderlist

Wunderlist helps you to organise and share your to-do lists and sends you reminders for tasks. With Wunderlist you can collaborate with anyone and share project tasks across your team and have access to those lists anywhere.

  • Type: Free and premium options available
  • Type: Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.wunderlist.com

54) Skitch

Skitch lets you get your point across with fewer words using annotation, shapes and sketches so that your ideas become a reality faster. Use Skitch to take photos and screen shots and save your sources of inspiration.

55) Highly

Highlight the web to share the important parts. Save and share highlights right as you read and works on most apps and websites making it a great tool for essay writing and research.

  • Type: Free
  • Type: Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.highly.co

56) Diigo

Annotate web pages and PDF’s directly as you browse online with diggo. Organise your links, references and personal input to create a structured research base through Outliner.

  • Type: Free
  • Type: Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.diigo.com

57) Pocket

Pocket manages your reading list of articles from the internet so you never miss out on something you want to read. With over 22 million registered users pocket intergrates into more than 1500 app and is available on all major platforms.

58) Feedly

Feedly is a news aggregator application and is also available as a cloud based service. Feedly offers a place for you to organise, read and share the information you need to stay ahead of the next industry.

  • Type: Free
  • Type: Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.feedly.com

59) Kindle

The Kindle app and Kindle readers lets you have access to thousands of books at anytime anywhere. Carry all your ebooks with use the amazon store to buy more.

  • Type: Free
  • Type: Organisation
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.amazon.com


60) Tutora

Learn anything from a huge selection of tutors or sign up to be a tutor, trusted and safe . Created by Scott Woodley and Mark Hughes who were unable to find a good service for locating tutors .

  • Type: Take a commission (25%) from the tutors earning
  • Type: Private Tutors
  • Target: Aimed at all
  • Website: www.tutora.co.uk


61) Hopscotch

No setup. No typing. No syntax. Just drag blocks and instantly play what you’ve made. With Hopscotch you can make anything you want from your own mini games to beautiful drawings and even minecraft remakes.

  • Type: Free to download from the app store and monthly subscriptions cost $7.99
  • Type: Programing
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.gethopscotch.com

62) Mimo

Mimo is an app that teaches computer science in a fun and interactive way. You can learn to code, make apps, build websites all on the go with 1000+ bite-size lessons.

  • Type: Free and premium versions available
  • Type: Programming
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.getmimo.com

63) Codeacademy

Codeacademy is an online interactive programming platform that offers coding classes in 12 different languages including Python, Java, PHP, SQL etc. Codeacademy makes learning to code fun, rewarding and less intimidating.

  • Type: Free and premium versions available
  • Type: Programming
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.codeacademy.com

64) Code Kingdoms

Code Kingdoms was built for kids with kids, by (big) kids. This is a great platform for getting kids into programming by showing them how to build their own Minecraft mods.

  • Type: Monthly, yearly and lifetime plans available
  • Type: Programming
  • Target: Aimed at children.
  • Website: www.codekingdoms.com

65) Programarcadegames.com

This site is used to teach an introductory programming class at Simpson College and is available for free because creator Professor Paul Craven believes that anyone should be able to learn how to program for free and teach someone else. This website is simple and easy to use with fantastic chapters and explanations.


66) Headspace

Studying and teaching can be incredibly stressful and Headspace is a digital service that provides guided meditation sessions and mindfulness training to help people manage their stress. For just 10 minutes a day you can use Headspace to help you unwind, with over 14 million downloads from all over the world Headspace certainly appears to be working for many people.

  • Type: Free and premium versions available
  • Type: Mindfulness
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.headspace.com

67) Goodreads

Goodreads is the perfect website for book lovers allowing you to read reviews written by their community members on thousands of books. Goodreads helps you find your next book to get lost in.

68) Pinterest

Pinterest is a great way to find new hobbies or learn new ones from sewing, to cooking to woodwork you can find almost anything on this website. Pinterest is also great for students and teachers who are looking for new creative ways to study or teach.

69) Medium

Medium is a blogging website where you can read and write about anything. Medium taps into the brains of the worlds most insightful writers and storytellers to bring you the smartest topics that matter. Discover teaching and education bloggers to find inspiration during those difficult days.

  • Type: Free
  • Type: Mindfulness
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.medium.com

70) Night Sky

A powerful augmented reality personal planetarium. Quickly identifies stars, planets, constellations and satellites. Stargazing is an awesome way to spend an evening and you can learn some amazing things about our place in the universe.


71) Endnote

Reference management software with Synchronise features to keep references organised and easy to find. Synchronise your references between devices.

  • Type: $115 for students
  • Type: Tool
  • Target: Aimed at students
  • Website: www.endnote.com

72) Chegg

Online textbook rental company that specialises in online textbook rentals, homework help and online tutoring. The name Chegg is a combination of the words chicken and egg based on the founders experience after graduating as it was impossible to get a job without experience and could not get experience without a job.

  • Type: Prices depend on the service one weekly plan for tutoring costs $15 for 30 minutes
  • Type: Tool
  • Target: Aimed at students in high school and university
  • Website: www.cheg.com

73) Got It Study

Homework help by simply taking a photo of Maths, Physics or Chemistry problems and upload it through their app to get a detailed explanation of the problem. You can get 10 minutes with a subject matter expert for as low as $0.99 or earn credits for solving other peoples homework problems.

  • Type: Free to download then in app purchases available
  • Type: Tool
  • Target: Aimed at Students
  • Website: www.got-it.co

74) Mindmeister

Mindmeister is a collaborative mind mapping app that allows its users to visualise their thoughts in the cloud. Using user modeling to visualise information and real time collaboration Mindmeister is a great tool for task management.

  • Type: Personal £4.99 per month, Professional £8.49 per month
  • Type: Tool
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.mindmeister.com

75) Goodreader

Goodreader is the super-robust PDF reader for iPad, iPhon and iPod touch. It is a professional tool for teachers who want to read and manage files and allows you to easily add annotations to PDF documents which you can access anywhere.

  • Type: One off payment of $4.99 available on the app store
  • Type: Tool
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.goodreader.com

76) RefMe

Now apart of cite this for me, comprehensive guides to reference. Write smarter, plagiarism checker and its available desktop apps iOS and Android, reference any source.

  • Type: Free, Aimed at higher education
  • Type: Tool
  • Target: Aimed at students
  • Website: www.refme.com

77) Mendeley

A free reference manager and academic social network. Cite as you write keeping your work organised and concise.

  • Type: Free to download and use
  • Type: Tool
  • Target: Aimed at students and teachers
  • Website: www.mendeley.com

78) Google Sheets

A free cloud-based tool for creating spreadsheets. Sheets has powerful tools for organising, editing and collaborating different types of information.

79) Google Slides

A free cloud-based tool for teachers to use for creating presentations. Slides allows you to collaborate on presentations and access them anywhere.

80) Grammarly

Grammarly’s AI-powered products help people communicate more effectively by improving their grammar. Grammarly’s web extension can be used to check essays, messages and documents.

  • Type: Free and premium versions available
  • Type: Tool
  • Target: Aimed at all
  • Website: www.grammarly.com

81) Bibliotech

The Spotify of textbooks that provides students and teachers with all the textbooks they need at any time on any device for a small monthly fee. Their search engine runs definitions, diagrams and examples with the aim to help students learn faster than ever before.

  • Type: From as little as £2.99 per month for students!
  • Type: Tool
  • Target: Aimed at students
  • Website: www.bibliotech.education

82) Inkling

Mobile smart content system brings content to life for the deskless worker. Gives teams direct access to the information they need to get their jobs done.

  • Type: Free trials available then Subscription
  • Type: Tool
  • Target: Aimed at Teachers
  • Website: www.inkling.com

83) Elements

A visual exploration not just a reference app. rich and engaging with fantastic 3D images of the elements.

84) iTunes U

Provides everything an instructor needs to bring the classroom together instructors can build lessons with their own material and lectures and students can follow it and submit work. Teachers can provide the content they want directly to students.

85) Blinkist

Big ideas in small packages. Offers key insights from 2000+ best selling nonfiction books transformed into powerful packs you can read or listen to in just 15 minutes.

  • Type: Free 30 day trial and then premium for $79.99 per year
  • Type: Tool
  • Target: Aimed at all.
  • Website: www.blinkist.com

Tools For Medicine

86) Teach Me Anatomy

Containing over 700 vibrant images they offer a comprehensive anatomy encyclopaedia presented in a visually appealing easy to read format. Created by doctors for medical students they aim to bridge the gap between scholarly learning and improved patient care.

  • Type: $4.99 one off payment
  • Type: Tools for Medicine
  • Target: Aimed at Medical Students
  • Website: www.teachmeanatomy.info

87) Visible Body

Apps that advance the way students learn and healthcare professionals practice. interactive 3D models perfect for learning or teaching.

  • Type: Free and premium versions available
  • Type: Tools for Medicine
  • Target: Aimed at Medical Students.
  • Website: www.visiblebody.com

88) Touch Surgery

Learn, prepare and test on surgical procedues, anytime, anywhere. Train for surgical procedures with touch surgery with the easy to use interactive simulator allows you to practice surgery with a realistic and detailed guide for every step of the way.

89) iStethoscope Pro

Turns your iPhone into a stethoscope, allowing you to listen to your heartbeat. See your heart wave form or listen to other quiet sounds around you.

  • Type: available for a one off purchase of £0.99
  • Type: Tools for Medicine
  • Target: Aimed at medics.
  • Website: App store link

90) GeekyMedics

Geeky Medics is a medical student learning platform that aims to make revision less painful and more productive. They deliver high quality content including video guides that help medics quickly learn clinical techniques.

91) Mediwikis

Mediwikis is a medical revision community by medical students all around the world. Offering exam tips, OSCE guides and information.

Video Lessons

92) Ben Lambert

Ben Lamberts channel provides detailed explanations about the majority of undergraduate and graduate courses in econometrics. Short well thought through videos break down complicated statistical concepts into easily digested bites.

93) TED

Ideas worth spreading, fascinating niche and broad topics from the world’s experts. Everything from space to business to tech.

  • Type: Free
  • Type: Videos
  • Target: Aimed at all
  • Website: www.ted.com

94) Khan Academy


MOOC , For free. For everyone. Forever. Courses and explanations at all levels from a huge range of topics, pause and go at your own pace with expert lecturers and easy to follow videos and explanations.

95) Youtube

Youtube has thousands of videos to help you relax and learn. Some of the best teachers and speakers upload their content to youtube for people to watch anytime.


96) Gojimo

UK’s most popular revision app used by ⅓ GCSE and A-Level students 40,000 practice questions available at the app store and online for desktop. Created by a student for Students.

  • Type: Free to use
  • Type: Quizzes
  • Target: Aimed at GCSE, A- Level and perhaps University
  • Website: www.gojimo.com

97) KwizzBit

Designed to be mobile live quizzes for entertainment but has an easy clear application to the classroom. Teachers could make quizzes for classes of friends could do it as a revision too. Coming soon to the app store and apple.

98) Eidetic

Eidetic uses spaced repetition to help you memorise anything from phone numbers. Eidetic was nominated for the Evernote platform awards in 2014.

  • Type: Free and pro is available for £4.99 per year
  • Type: Quizzes
  • Target: Aimed at students.
  • Website: www.eideticapp.com

99) Quizalize

Brings classroom differentiation to life and helps teachers boost standardised test scores by 8-10%. Pick from 20,000 topic specific assessments or create your own to use in class to engage with students.

  • Type: Free and premium versions available
  • Type: Quizzes
  • Target: Aimed at teachers.
  • Website: www.quizalize.com

100) Synap

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Our own addition to this list – Synap – is an intelligent online training platform that lets businesses, schools and universities create and curate training content online. Synap is helping students and professionals all around the world prepare for exams and is being used to deliver remote exams.

  • Type: Paid
  • Type: Remote exam prep & delivery, online courses and content
  • Target: Businesses and institutions
  • Website: synap.ac

We hope you’ve enjoyed our ‘Tools for Teachers’ list – if you have any suggestions we’d love to hear them in the comments below! Additional tools:

  • PDF Pro : Free. PDF editor perfect for editing all sorts of documents from seating charts to handouts.
  • Swift Polling: A real-time audience polling tool. Although it’s relatively new, it has already gained plenty of ground and is used by many educators to run text and web polls, interactive Q&As, word clouds, quizzes and more. It allows to instantly collect and visualize your poll results and even embed them in your PowerPoint slideshow.
  • BitDegree: free & one-time payment courses available. An online educational platform focusing on IT and digital skills for the workplace. BitDegree is the first blockchain powered educational platform, meaning students are able to earn cryptocurrency tokens while they learn.

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