5 Mobile Apps

You can use in a K-12 classroom

Flashcards+ (apple app)

This app is used for making flashcards that can be accessed anywhere, any place and you can change the language to your first language if the student is struggling with English.


How it can be used in a K-12 setting:

This app could be used to allow students to make flashcards with the option of having pictures and diagrams and changing the language and speed of talking to suit their needs.

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Socrative Student

This app allows teachers to ask polls, make quizzes and play a game all on their mobile device(even works on laptops and computers). It also automatically marks the students work and shows where he or she is struggling.


How it can be used in a K-12 setting:

Teachers can use this app to test a students understanding of the material after they have went through the lesson plan and see if there is a certain area they are struggling on or just have pop quizzes with the use of technology.

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DIY Human Body

This app allows students to learn about the human body with hands on experiments. You learn about the body then you can try the theory at home with simple and easy to follow experiments.


How to use in a K-12 setting:

If you were teaching a middle school science class about the human body everyday you can learn about the body in class then have an experiment to do at home later that night.

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Chem Pro: Chemistry tutor in your pocket

This app is exactly what is sounds like, a tutor for chemistry that you can fit in your pocket. Students can learn or revisit something that doesn't fully make sense to them or learn a topic before class.


How to use in a K-12 setting:

You can use this app as a helpful tool to help students understand the topics at hand if they are struggling or they want to get ahead or simply if they have trouble with a question that you assigned for homework.

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VideoScience

This app allows students to see experiments done by real chemists that relate things they have been learning in class, also they are easy to recreate and inexpensive.


How to use in a K-12 setting:

You could get your students to review the experiment the day before lab or get them to watch the video during class with their headphones and reflect on the experiment at hand.

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