Choosing the Right EdTech Tools for Your Class

The year of 2020 caught us all by surprise, and it seems that the challenges brought with it, will stay with us for quite a while.

Now, more than ever, it has become critical to find the best tools that answer to your staff and students’ needs, and also comply with your institutes’ rules and regulations.

In this video, Rob Ditto, a Technical Director in IDEA Courseware Team at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, will guide us through the steps to choose and qualify EdTech tools for teaching and learning, by sharing his experience with Ment.io.

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