Earlier today on FreeTech4Teachers.com I mentioned the WWF Together app. WWF Together is a free Android app and iPad app that features interactive stories about endangered animals around the world. Each of the interactive stories includes beautiful images and videos, facts about the animals and their habitats, and the threats to each of the animals. […]
My Incredible Body is a free Android app that is designed to help students learn how the human body works. The app features eight sections. Those sections are circulation, muscles, senses (vision, smell, hearing, touch), kidneys & urine, skeleton, respiration, digestion, and brain & nerves. Each section of the app contains short animated videos that […]
Frog Dissection, produced by Emantras, has been a popular iPad for a long time. Recently, I learned that the app is now available for Android too. Frog Dissection provides a virtual environment in which students can dissect a frog just as they would if they had a frog and a scalpel in your classroom. The app provides […]
Anatomy 3D from Anatronica is a nice app for students studying anatomy and physiology. The app provides students with a 3D model that they can tap, rotate, zoom in on. Students can view the skeleton on its own or view the body with additional system layers. For example, students can turn on the muscle system […]
3D Brain is a free Android app that students can use to learn about the parts of the human brain. The app provides a three dimensional model of the human brain that students can rotate. To look at a specific part of the brain select it from the drop-down menu and it will be highlighted […]
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...
There are certainly many more solid apps available for Android tablets than there were a few years, yet there are still many times when someone will ask me if...