While you’re up tonight waiting for The Ball to drop take a look up at the sky and observe the stars and planets. If you’re like me, you can probably recognize the Bigger Dipper and not much more. For folks like me Google has an Android App to help us figure out what we’re looking […]
Historypin is a great website that allows you to place old images of places on current Google Streetview imagery. This past July they introduced some nice new features including a free Android App. TheÂ Historypin Android AppÂ allows you to view historical imagery layered over the current map for where you are standing (provided imagery is available). […]
Last year my school’s administration put on a big school-wide push for helping students develop their vocabulary skills. I was asked to put together a list of websites that students could use for that purpose. I published that list here. To complement that list, here are three Android apps that students can use to learn […]
The Periodic Table is one of the things that haunt meÂ I still remember from high school Chemistry. When I was in high school we had to memorize all of the elements on the Periodic Table. My classmates and I made flashcards and quizzed each other on it until we knew it backward and forward. Today, […]
If your school is using Android devices and you’re looking for a way to keep young students from leaving the set of apps you’ve selected for them, Famigo Sandbox is an app that you should check out. Famigo SandboxÂ is an Android app that allows you to create a “kids-only” section on your Android phone or […]
GoConqr is a service that offers tools for creating flashcards and mind maps. The GoConqr Flashcard app for Android allows students to develop sets of...
Parts of this post originally appeared on my other blog, FreeTech4Teachers.com. Google Keep is a great Android app for writing short notes and setting...