3P Learning offers a suite of learning resources designed for schools and families, covering mathematics, spelling, literacy, science. Software is also made to support teachers in a distance learning setting, allowing for them identify and send specific activities or assignments, track engagement and performance, and send feedback.
The tools can be searched by target users, education levels, approach, connectivity and other categories. Filters are intended to help users quickly find tools that best meet their needs. In addition to fixed filters, the system allows users to conduct keyword searches to identify tools based on language availability and offerings from specific organizations.
This database is a work in progress. The EdTech Hub and the UNESCO are regularly adding tools to the repository and improving search functionality. Feedback is welcome and can be submitted here.
Abracadabra (ABRA) is an online toolkit composed of phonics, fluency and comprehension activities based around a series of age-appropriate texts. ABRA offers both online and offline versions of its content which targets early literacy learners. Abracadabra Lite is designed to build foundational literacy skills, whilst READS is an organised catalogue of hundreds of multinational digital […]
Accessibyte is a cloud platform offering educational apps for blind, low vision, deaf and reading impaired students, including a typing tutor, educational games, flash cards and other study tools. Students have their own login that is linked across Accessibyte apps, and which teachers can monitor and manage remotely. All of its services are being offered […]
Open access to picture storybooks in 200 different languages, organized around themes and collections and focused on young children. The platform also allows for users to make their own new picture story book, translate and existing story, or adapt it to a different reading level.
Alison hosts over 1,500 free online courses developed by topic experts for adult learners. These include courses on humanities, business, ICT, language proficiency, marketing, software development, operations, finance, and more.
All Kids Networks offers free educational resources, worksheets, writing prompts, themed coloring pages, craft and activity ideas for parents, teachers and caregivers. All materials are searchable by grade-level, subject, and themes.
Antura and the Letters is a free, smartphone and computer game developed in collaboration with expert educators and psychologists, based on primary school Arabic literacy curriculum. Kids progress at their own pace and receive awards as their Arabic reading skills improve. The game includes quizzes that test and reinforce competency, and teaches over 400 words.
Arcademics offers free multiplayer educational games for primary-school-aged learners across a number of subjects, including math (counting, basic algebra, fractions, etc.), language arts, typing, and geography. With Arcademics Plus (paid), teachers and parents can view data reports and customize game content.
Ardor Math offers differentiated math practice activities and an automatic teacher grade book to monitor student performance. The platform (developed by a math teacher) creates a personalized learning pathway, including feedback, for students based on their own skill levels. Its teacher dashboard provides real-time performance data.
Ascend Math is a personalized online math instruction platform, providing adaptive study plans unique to each learner. The platform includes modules for math learning across primary, secondary, and higher education levels, as well as specialized modules for students with special needs and English language learners. Teachers also have the ability to assign standards to an […]