As I shared on iPadApps4School.com, Digital Gene is a developer of educational apps for Android and iOS. Two their apps that I’ve recently tried are Enjoy Learning World Map Puzzle and Enjoy Learning U.S. Map Puzzle. In Enjoy Learning U.S. Map Puzzle students have to drag and drop the states into their proper places on […]
Google Earth is one of my “must install apps” for Android tablets that are going to be used in schools. Today, Google Earth for Android received a major update in the form of 3D and aerial imagery. According to Google’s blog post, the update will allow you to navigate in 3D through Boulder, Boston, Santa […]
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 […]
Yesterday, I published a post about creating QR codes for GPS locations to build scavenger hunts. In that post I mentioned an app called GPS Essentials that a friend turned me on to. I spent some time last evening having fun testing out GPS Essentials. In addition to the expected features of showing your current […]
QR Droid is my favorite free QR code reader for Android devices. QR Droid website offers a free QR code generator that makes it very easy to create a QR code for just about anything. This weekend I installed a free plug-in for QR Droid called QR-GPS Plugin. QR-GPS Plugin works with the free QR […]
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...