Archive | October, 2013

Try Freehand Mind Mapping With MindBoard Free

MindBoard Free is a nice mind mapping application for Android devices. The app allows you to create mind maps through freehand drawing and or by typing on the screen. All of the mind maps that you create in MindBoard Free can be saved to your Google Drive account. Once the mind map is in your […]

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Math Duel – A Two Player Math Game for Android Tablets

Math Duel is an Android app that two players can use at the same time on the same Android tablet. The game features a split screen with two number pads facing in opposite directions. When the game starts each player is presented with a math problem to solve. The game have different levels, but each […]

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goREACT – Create Virtual Chemical Reactions on Android Tablets

goREACT is a new Android app from the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago. This free Android app allows students to virtually create chemical reactions on their Android tablets. To create the reactions students simply drag elements from the periodic table to the “reaction area.” The app includes suggested reactions to help students get started. […]

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School Writing – Handwriting Lessons on Android Tablets

School Writing is an Android app that teachers and parents can use to create customized handwriting lessons. Like other Android apps designed to teach handwriting, School Writing has number, letter, and word tracing activities. What makes School Writing different from other apps like it is number of ways in which teachers and parents can customize […]

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Edublogs Releases A New Android App

The popular blogging service Edublogs recently released a brand new Android app. The Edublogs Android app allows you and your students to write and edit blog posts from Android phones and tablets. The app also allows you to moderate comments and approve posts that are in draft status. Edublogs has a short guide to getting […]

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