9 Must Have Apps for Teachers Using Android in Their Instruction
Here is a collection of some good educational Android apps we recommend for teachers using Android devices in their instruction. These are apps you can use for a variety of instructional purposes. Some of the things you can do with them include: boost students learning with easy to make flashcards, get help with math homework using the camera of your phone, ‘play fun learning games and cool quizzes anywhere and anytime’, connect and communicate easily with parents, create a virtual space to connect with students and share learning resources, create digital portfolios, learn through educational videos and tutorials and many more. Links to the apps are under the visual.
1- Google Classroom‘Classroom is a free service for schools, non-profits, and anyone with a personal Google account. Classroom makes it easy for learners and instructors to connect—inside and outside of schools. Classroom saves time and paper, and makes it easy to create classes, distribute assignments, communicate, and stay organized. ’2- Quizlet‘Quizlet is the easiest way to practice and master what you’re learning. Create your own flashcards and study sets or choose from millions created by other students.’3- Photomath‘Simply point your camera toward a math problem and Photomath will magically show the result with a detailed step-by-step instructions.’4- Kahoot‘Play fun learning games and cool quizzes anywhere and anytime, on your own or with your friends. Kahoot! makes learning awesome – and homework, too!’5- Remind‘Remind (formerly Remind101) is a communication app that helps school communities connect quickly and efficiently.’6- Edmodo‘With Edmodo, you can reach every student in your class. Students can login and participate from any phone, tablet or computer, and can check assignments from within the app. Facilitate discussion within a single class group or browse topics for resources related to your subject.’7- ClassDojo‘ClassDojo helps teachers build a positive classroom culture by encouraging students and communicating with parents.’8- Khan Academy‘Learn using videos, interactive exercises, and in-depth articles in math (arithmetic, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, calculus, linear algebra), science (biology, chemistry, physics), economics, and even the humanities with playlists on art history, civics, finance, and more.’9- Seesaw‘Seesaw is a student-driven digital portfolio that empowers students of all ages to independently document and share what they are learning at school.’