Last week on iPad Apps for School I shared a nice app for creating infographics. That app is iVisual Info Touch. Shortly after that post went live Kathy Schrock informed me that it is also available for Android users. iVisual Info Touch makes it easy to create infographics. It is not necessary to create an […]
Tellagami is a digital storytelling app that first launched on iOS and has become quite popular with elementary school teachers. Last week, I learned that Tellagami is now available for Android too. I quickly installed it on my Nexus 7 and found it to be just as good on that tablet as it is on […]
Writing teachers looking for a set of prompts to give to their students would do well to install the free Writing Prompts app on their Android devices. Writing Prompts provides exactly what the name implies, writing prompts. There are more than 500 free prompts organized into nine categories in the app. You can select a category […]
When I give students time to work on individual or group tasks during a lesson I often struggle to keep track of the time. One of the tactics that I’ve used to remedy that over the years is to use some type of timer that sounds an alarm when time has expired. Kitchen Timer is […]
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 […]
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...