Would you like to contribute to the list of the best learning tools? Every year, Jane Hart compiles a list of the most popular learning tools. This list inspires educators globally and serves as a source for research about learning behaviour. Last year, YouTube was the winner, followed by Google Search and PowerPoint. We managed to reach the 59th spot! You can click here if you would like to see the Top 200 Learning Tools of 2019.
Now, voting for the Top Tools for Learning 2020 is open! What is your top 10? Has the corona situation affected your view on the top learning tools? Click here to contribute to the list. Voting will close on Friday 11 September 2020. The results will be announced on Monday 21 September 2020.