Best Tools to Support and Motivate Remote Learners

We live in the world of Zoom, Google Docs, and screen shares. One day, historians will speculate how much of this is to blame on the COVID-19 pandemic and how much on digital transformation across the board, in every industry.

Regardless, this is where we are.

Remote learning is nothing new. But with the recent increases in the number remote students and technological advancements, the pool of learning tools widened. Another challenge is remote student motivation, which can suffer as remote learning lacks social interaction, familiar structure, and interactive practices many students are used to in a traditional setting.

How can educators and students decide which tools are best for them? More importantly, how can they select tools that not just efficiently support remote learning, but also aid engagement and motivation, the two factors crucial to student success?

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