Top 5 Mobile Apps for Education
by Zac Routhier
Mobile is taking education by storm!
Due to its distinct sharing options, Evernote is the ideal choice for any classroom setting to facilitate the organization of notes. For this reason, Evernote can be used in class setting within any subject, especially ones that incorporate multiple levels of media integration.
The Elements: A Visual Representation
Any level of chemistry, from high school to university, can benefit from the multitude and breadth of information that this app offers its users.
While graphing calculators are definitely an important resource within any math class, students have more options at their disposal for the creation of comprehensive graphs, such as Quick Graph. Quick Graph is a tool that can be accessed on any iPad device that graphs the various mathematical functions that any high school math course would be involved with. With several equations being able to graphed at one time, students have the option to solve even the most complex of math problems. Quick graph also offers customization options for different graphs, thus allowing for simple demarcation of graphs and their uses.
Never again will math students be confused with the inputting of functions due to Quick Graph's user friendly interface and clean and simple display.
Chemistry experiments no longer have to be recorded bulky and disorganized lab manuals. Labguru will let students keep all their results on them in digital form and allow for easy revision and collaboration with their partners.
Every classroom, regardless of subject, can benefit from the integration of such a system because of how easily it organizes and sorts any desired information for both instructors and students. Oh, and it's completely free!