As concerns around COVID-19 pandemic grew, several schools turned to Learning Management Systems (LMS) to manage their distance learning. Below is a list, shared by UNESCO, of the most used Learning Management Systems around the world:
- CenturyTech – addresses gaps in knowledge through personal learning pathways with micro-lessons while challenging students and promoting long-term memory retention.
- ClassDojo – connects teachers with students and parents to build classroom communities.
- Edmodo – manages classrooms and engages students remotely, through offering tools and resources backed with a variety of languages.
- Edraak – offers online education with material and resources for school learners and teachers in Arabic.
- EkStep – provides an open learning platform with a collection of learning resources to support literacy and numeracy.
- Google Classroom – helps classes connect remotely, communicate, and stay organized.
- Moodle – serves a community-driven and globally supported open learning platform.
- Nafham – hosts an Arabic language online learning platform with educational video lessons that correspond with Egyptian and Syrian curricula.
- Paper Airplanes – matches individuals with personal tutors for 12-16-week sessions conducted via video conferencing platforms.
- Schoology – equips teachers with tools for instruction, learning, grading, collaboration, and assessment.
- Seesaw – enables the creation of collaborative and sharable digital learning portfolios and learning resources.
- Skooler – turns Microsoft Office suite into an education platform.
Global Partnership for Education
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