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10 Educational Apps to Improve your Classroom

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. Quiver Vision

. Quiver Vision

Quiver 3D is used to make coloring pages come to life. This app is centered around elementary students to improve their visual learning. You can find our free pages by downloading the app and on our website (http://www.QuiverVision.com). Save and print the pages directly from the Quiver App or from a computer to start enjoying the fun. By using our unmatchable expertise in augmented reality, the Quiver App enables children and adults to unleash their inner artist and interact with their personally customised creations. You can find this app only through IOS iPhone and iPads.

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Little Bird Tales

Little Bird Tales

Little Bird Tales is designed to create stories to help children show their imagination. As a teacher you can create your own recorded lessons and journals. Students will be able too read a story, poem, or an excerpt from a book, create an interview, ask a question in a target language, so much more!

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Plickers

Plickers

Plickers is a powerful simple tool that lets teachers collateral time formative assessments data without the need for student devices. Plickers lets you poll your class for free, without the need for student devices. You can use your iPhone/iPad to scan them to do instant checks-for-understanding, exit tickets, and impromptu polls. Best of all, your data is automatically saved, student-by-student, at plickers.com.

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Moxtra

Moxtra

Virtual binder located in the app store, students can use this tool to manage their projects, document videos and the binders can be sorted in different subjects. Moxtra is as easy as sending email invites from within the app, right from a dedicated bottom interface bar button that appears in every binder you have. You can also invite friends through Facebook, view contact info for everyone participating in the binder. This app is available for only IOS devices.

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Poll Everywhere

Poll Everywhere

Poll everywhere is a great tech tool in which engages students on their devices and allows them to answer multi choice questions given from the teacher. This is good for practice test, reviews and the student progress on certain subjects. Teacher will be able to receive instant feed back. Presenters, teachers, and professors use Poll Everywhere to engage classrooms and gather audience insights in real time. Q&A and multiple choice polls can be presented directly from the web, or they can be embedded directly into a PowerPoint or Keynote presentation. This app can be accessed through android and IOS.

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Tellagami

Tellagami

Tellagami is an interactive app to create animated videos which can be shard on social media. There are three easy steps when using Tellagami 1. Customize a character and choose your background 2 - Record your voice or type a message for your character to say, 3 - Share your Gami on Facebook, Twitter or send via text or email.

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Duolingo

Duolingo

Duolingo is an interactive learning language which helps all language speakers. There are 20 different languages, students are able to play games. This app will create placement test for you the bots are computer based to tell right and wrong. Any student who is afraid to to speak in a different language this app will help those students who are unsure. This app is also great for oral exams or testing.

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Seesaw

Seesaw

Seesaw helps students see their own growth and provides an audience for their work which can be their peers, parents, or the world at large. This app is used for communication skills and helps build students writing skills. Which creates formative assessment easy, and provides a safe place to teach digital citizenship skills.

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Dojo

Dojo

With Dojo students can add their classwork easily to their own digital portfolios for their parents to see. Teachers can also safely and instantly message with any parent. Teachers can encourage students for any skill, like “Working hard” and “Teamwork”. Teachers can bring parents into the classroom experience by sharing photos, videos, and announcements.

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Remind Me

Remind Me

Remind me is like a Facebook for teachers and students, it is designed for teachers to post and remind students of due dates and give them notifications for reminders. This is a good tool for when your student is sick or away from school. This allows parents to see and communicate and have a good understanding of what their child is learning how they improve.