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15 tech tools to try next year

What are the latest tech tools out there for educators? And which tools have been successfully used by others?

There are lots of new tech tools out there just waiting to make it into your classroom. You may have even tried to squeeze one in during those last few days of school but ran out of time.

Lucky for us, there is always next year. After the craziness of the end of the year is behind us we can take the opportunity to look ahead and plan for the year to come.

So what are the newest tech tools out there? And which are “oldies but goodies” that have been tried and true by fellow educators?

As always the #Ditchbook community has you covered. They answered these questions and more in a recent Avengers style Twitter chat moderated by Laura Steinbrink

Check them out in the summary of this week’s chat below! Want to get straight to the tech recommendations? Scroll down to question #4.

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