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 […]
Yesterday, on the Free Technology for Teachers Facebook page I shared a post about MIT App Inventor 2. In response to that post Christina Winsor DiMicelli shared an app that her students built using MIT App Inventor. Chow Checker was developed by students was developed by students at Hampstead Academy. The app was submitted to and […]
Whack A Bone is a fun Android game that students can play to learn about the human skeleton. The game features four levels through which students can progress. On each level students have to drag and drop bones into their proper places on a skeleton. After dragging and dropping the bones into place students then […]
goREACT is a new Android app from the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago. This free Android app allows students to virtually create chemical reactions on their Android tablets. To create the reactions students simply drag elements from the periodic table to the “reaction area.” The app includes suggested reactions to help students get started. […]
Sector 33 is a free Android game from NASA. The purpose of the game is to play the role of an air traffic controller. As the air traffic controller you have to maintain spacing between planes as they approach the San Francisco airport. The game starts out slowly with two planes traveling as the same […]
Touch Van Gogh is a free Android app available through the Van Gogh Museum. Through the study of three paintings featured on the app students can learn about...
Comics Head is an Android app (free and paid versions available) for creating comic strips on your tablet. The app makes it easy to create comics even if, like...