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 […]
In my part of the world many school years won’t start again until the day after Labor Day. As I write this, Wolfram Alpha (get the Android app here) tells me that day is 93 days away. Therefore, I decided to select 93 apps that teachers may be interested in trying this summer. I divided […]
The US National Archives is an all-around good resource for history teachers to have bookmarked. The Today’s Document mobile app from the US National Archives is an interactive gallery of 365 documents and images from the National Archives. These are the same documents and images that are included in the Today’s Document RSS feed. With […]
Historypin is a great website that allows you to place old images of places on current Google Streetview imagery. This past July they introduced some nice new features including a free Android App. TheÂ Historypin Android AppÂ allows you to view historical imagery layered over the current map for where you are standing (provided imagery is available). […]
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...