Nowadays, there does seem to be an app for almost anything you can think of. Cooking, gaming, cleaning, taxis, the list goes on and on. Teachers and educators are in no way left out. Mobile apps can help strengthen the lifestyle of an educator and provide perks and benefits in ways that were never possible. Here are five of the most interesting and helpful apps for teachers.
One of the most important apps for teachers, Google Classroom has revolutionized the way teachers can communicate with students outside of the typical classroom setting. This app helps to integrate all Google settings – Google Drive, Calendar, Gmail into a private, class portal. Assignments can be easily uploaded and shared and students can be monitored. More interestingly, teachers can provide feedback and grades in an instant.
For flashcard lovers, StudyBlue brings back a long forgotten artform. Teachers can create digital flashcards for different subjects or chapters for students to study from, along with detailed study guides and video/audio options as well. Students can also add on to them for their own study material, making this app a favorite when it comes to exam time.
Making Youtube-quality tutorial videos has never been so easy with this app. Teachers can create creative, simple content on a whiteboard along with audio narration and diagrams. These videos can be sent out to students to help in teaching certain topics and has been regarded as an extremely creative and helpful option.
Inspiration for classroom plans can strike anywhere, and Pocket helps you keep everything saved. With this app, you can easily save articles, links, videos and any Web-based content that you stumble across in one convenient area. This content becomes available offline as well and can be easily shared to further contacts.
Teacher’s Assistant Pro: Classroom Management Notes
Stay organized and up to date with student behavior in your classroom. With this app, you can create a profile for each student to keep track of behavioral issues and even send emails through the app itself about specificities.