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5 of the BEST Educational Apps for Teachers

There are so many educational apps out there for students. As teachers, because of our busy schedules, choosing the right one can be a bit of a gamble, especially as it can take a while to set up in our classes.

This has certainly been the case for me.

I start the year intending to break out maritimjatim.info all the bells and whistles, only to end up getting bogged down in the everyday running of my classes. The thought of investing time in researching apps and setting them up seems too big a task.

In this post, I review 35 of the most popular and innovative apps for teachers.

Classroom Management Classroom Apps For Teachers

1. Google Classroom

Google Classroom is excellent and can be learned in minutes, regardless of how tech-savvy you are. It has over 150 million active users around the world.

I have been using Google Classroom for a couple of years now, and it has revolutionized the way I teach.

It combines the best of all Google Workspace apps and consolidates a school’s tech stack into a unified solution.

You can create assignments and announcements for individual classes, attach worksheets, slideshows, or weblinks (among other things), and set deadlines. When students complete work, it is automatically and securely saved to their Google Classroom class folders in their Google Drive (these are set up automatically).

2. Apple Classroom

While the name “Apple Classroom” suggests a similar app to Google Classroom, the two are vastly different solutions.

Apple Classroom is an app made for teachers and works as a student monitoring solution.

Available for iPad and Mac computers, it enables teachers to hold classes in a schoolroom, remotely, or through a combination of nearby and remote locations (called hybrid classes).

If you have Apple devices in your school or class, this app is fantastic. It allows you to monitor what students are doing on their devices and what other apps they have open (handy for sneaky game players!).

3. iDoceo

iDoceo is fantastic if you use an iPad to manage your classes at school. It is only available on Apple devices—iPad, iPhone, and Mac.

I have used it for several years and would be lost without it!

Its is a comprehensive tool for teachers featuring a planner, diary, schedule, grade book, resource manager, and seating plan configurator (including my favorite…the randomizer!).

It integrates seamlessly with Google Calendar and iCal and offers advanced gradebook functionalities. You can even create classes and import class data from other sources.

The latest update even features ChatGPT and Dall-E integration, which allows you to create and improve content on your lesson plans and easily add engaging illustrations to any text.

4. Vivi

Vivi is awesome! It is a wireless presentation and screen mirroring tool that allows teachers and students to see the same screen on their devices.

It enables teachers to teach without being tethered to the front of the classroom, building a more interactive, collaborative, social classroom. It also allows students and teachers to annotate and save content in real-time.

Vivi is device agnostic, meaning it will work with any device, media, learning type, display, and any number of users and classrooms with no integrations necessary!

5. Flip

Flip is a free web and mobile app that students can use to record, edit, and share video assignments. It helps them verbalize their thoughts and encourages peer-to-peer learning.

Flip was formerly known as Flipgrid and was acquired by Microsoft in 2018.

All your students need to use Flip is a device with a camera.

Students today spend a significant amount of time on social media. Flip brings that ethos into the classroom, potentially transforming this enthusiasm into classroom engagement.

It also encourages those students who are less likely to contribute to the class discussion to weigh in and have a voice; we all have those students who give epic responses when spoken to one-on-one but are never able to share them openly with the class. Flip eliminates this!

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