Tag Archives: Apps

Teaching Math with Google Apps: 50 G Suite Activities

“Why do I need to know how to do math when I can find the answer on my phone?” If you’ve ever heard a variation of that question from your students—or asked it yourself—this book is for you. Bringing technology into the classroom is about so much more than replacing overhead projectors and chalkboards with Smart […]

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20 Great iPad Apps to Help Learners Explore Their Creativity

February 15, 2017Here is a list of some useful iPad apps students can use to unleash their creative thinking and engage in hand-son learning activities. The apps, curated from iTunes App Store’s collection called ‘Explore Your Creativity’, will enable students to create short movies, edit and share visuals and photos, tell stories using a wide […]

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8 Great Android Critical Thinking Apps for Young Learners

February , 2017After posting about iPad critical thinking apps, here is another list for Android users.  We have included what we think are 8 of the popular Android apps in Google Play App Store based on positive reviews and ratings.  These are all brain games and puzzles that challenge learners critical thinking skills and trigger […]

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Check Out These Apps- They Are Free Today

February 12, 2017Below is a collection of some of interesting iPad apps that are free today and only for a limited period of time. You may want to check them out and see what works for you.  Some of the things you can do with these apps include: turn your words into beautiful art wrok, […]

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10 New Educational Android Apps for Young Learners

February 11, 2017Today we spent sometime sifting through the new releases in Google Play App Store and curated for you the list below. These interesting Android apps, all of which are educational games,  to use with your kids and young learners to help them learn a wide variety of skills while having fun. Some of […]

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A Very Good Visual on How to Evaluate Educational Apps to Use in Your Class

February 4, 2017Apps are the backbone of mobile learning. They provide students with limitless learning opportunities and empower them with a variety of educational tools to help them learn anywhere and anytime they want. There are tons of apps out there. In its 2016 report on mobile Internet usage, Statista shared reported that Google Play […]

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8 Of The Best iPad Sketchnoting Apps for Teachers

November , 2016We are revisiting the topic of sketchnoting with an updated list of some of the best iPad apps you can use to create visually attractive sketchnotes. As we have argued elsewhere, Sketchnoting is the art of visual recording in which the sketchnoter draws on a multimodal set of tools to communicate their ideas. […]

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Apple is selling Final Cut, Logic, and other editing apps for $199 in new educational bundle

Professional creative apps cost hella money, but a new bundle from Apple could help alleviate the costs for students and educators. For $199, you can snag Logic Pro X, Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4, and Main Stage 3 — a $430 savings versus buying each separately. Considering that Logic already costs $199, […]

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1000 Quality Apps for Learners with Special Needs

January 30, 2017Over the last few years we have reviewed an increasing number of apps for students with special needs (check out our popular chart to see some examples). But the resource we have for you today is way beyond any work we have published here so far. This is a comprehensive list which contains […]

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A Collection of Some of The Best Educational Mac Apps to Use in Your Classroom

January 27, 2017Mac is an excellent and versatile piece of gadgetry with a huge educational potential.  It empowers teachers and students with endless teaching and learning opportunities and enable them to explore, design and engage in creative learning activities. To help you make the best of this device in your instruction, we are sharing with […]

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An Excellent Guide from Apple to Help You Evaluate Educational Apps to Use in Class

January 28, 2017 According to Statista’s 2016 stats, iTunes App Store contains over 2 million apps with more apps being designed and uploaded every single day.  A large portion of these apps are education oriented and cover a wide variety of subjects from learning a new language to virtually exploring the human body. However, not all […]

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A Good Visual Featuring 10 iPad Apps for Teaching Kids Coding

January 24, 2017Kids learn best when they are engaged in hands-on activities that challenge their imagination and unleash their creative thinking. The coding apps we selected for you today can do just that. They spark kids interest through immersive games and interactive learning activities designed to teach children basics of computer programming and coding skills. […]

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7 Educational iPad Apps Free Today

January 22, 2017For this week’s  Educational Apps Gone Free collection we brought 6 interesting titles to try out.  Four of these iPad apps are designed specifically to help kids with their math and the remaining two are a calculator and a photo transfer app. Again this sale is valid at least in the Canadiana and […]

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4 Interesting New Updates in Google Apps (G Suite)

January 20, 2017Over the last few weeks, G Suite (formerly Google Apps) has released a number of interesting new updates covering some of its major apps especially Google Sheets and Google Calendar. if you have missed these new updates, below is a quick over of what has been released so far. 1- Insert and delete […]

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