Archive | February, 2013

ClassDojo Launches an Android App

The popular student behavior tracking service ClassDojo has just released a new Android application. The new ClassDojo Android app brings the utility of the ClassDojo website to your phone or tablet. All of the data that you record through the Android app is synchronized with your online account in real-time so that your students and […]

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SAT Word A Day – A Free Vocabulary App for Android

SAT Word A Day is a free Android app that delivers a new SAT vocabulary word to your mobile device on daily basis. You can tap the audio button to hear the word pronounced. A definition and a sample context sentence accompanies each word. SAT Word A Day doesn’t limit you to just one word […]

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Comic Strip It! – An Android App for Creating Comic Strips

Comic Strip It! is an Android that allows you to create comic strips using the pictures that you take with your phone or tablet. The free version of Comic Strip It! has limited selection of editing tools, but the pro version ($0.99 USD) offers a large assortment of layouts, editing tools, and sharing options. For […]

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WeVideo Brings High Quality Video Editing to Android Devices (some of them)

WeVideo is a cloud-based video editing service that I have been promoting in my workshops and on Free Technology for Teachers for the last year. WeVideo has offered an Android app for a while. WeVideo Camera allows you to record pictures and raw video and upload it to one of your existing projects. This weekend […]

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Sector 33 Teaches Students About Air Traffic

Sector 33 is a free Android game from NASA. The purpose of the game is to play the role of an air traffic controller. As the air traffic controller you have to maintain spacing between planes as they approach the San Francisco airport. The game starts out slowly with two planes traveling as the same […]

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