A couple of months ago I included WeVideo in my list of Android apps for creating flipped lessons. WeVideo’s Android app allows you to create and edit videos on your tablet or phone. If you’re looking to create a slide-by-slide instructional video in which you or your students talk about what’s happening on the screen, […]
Today is President’s Day in the United States so I thought I’d highlight a free Android app about the U.S. Presidents. U.S. Presidents, developed by Socratica, features quizzes and flashcards of information about all of the U.S. Presidents. Through the app students can learn things like length of time in office, party affiliation, and who […]
Storyboarder is a free Android app for creating storyboards. The app allows you to pull pictures from your Android phone’s picture gallery, add captions to them, and arrange them into a storyboard. When you’ve completed your storyboard you can save it as a PDF and email it or save it to Dropbox. Beyond using it […]
What’s the Idiom? is a free Android app that offers challenging word puzzles designed to help players practice identifying idioms. On each screen of the app players see a definition and or an example of an idiom used in context. The players then have to drag letters into place to correctly spell the idiom. What’s […]
Tell Me Stories is a free Android app for creating short picture stories. Using the app you can create simple booklets from pictures that are stored on your Android device. After inserting a picture you can type text to accompany it or you can speak text. Either way, the text that you enter can be […]
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...