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 […]
A couple of weeks ago on Free Technology for Teachers I published an 86 page guide to using Blogger in schools. This evening I added a new section with directions for using the Blogger Android app. Those directions along with the complete guide are embedded below.
Last week Weebly released a new Android app. The app doesn’t allow you to create new sites or edit the look of your site, but you can use it to create new blog posts. The free app also allows you to start a new blog (provided you have already created a Weebly site). Through the […]
Last week on Free Technology for Teachers I wrote a list of 15 things teachers and students can do with Edmodo. One of the items on that list was “access Edmodo through the free Android and iPhone apps.” The Edmodo Android app allows you to manage the essential aspects of your Edmodo account. The app […]
Posterous is one of my favorite blogging platforms for classroom use because it is very easy for teachers to create a blog and it is very easy for students to contribute to that blog. (For step by step directions on creating a Posterous blog please read this tutorial on Free Technology for Teachers). Recently I […]
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...