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What is it? Edmodo makes it easy for teachers and students to stay connected and share information.
2. Frog Dissection
What is it? This app is a greener alternative for teaching dissection in the classroom. It’s suitable for middle school students who are learning about organs and organ systems as part of their life science curriculum.
3. Grammar Up HD
What is it? Improve grammar and vocabulary with this multiple-choice quiz system featuring more than 1,800 questions in 20 categories.
4. History: Maps of the World
What is it? Browse high-resolution maps of the world from various periods throughout history.
5. iStudiez Pro
What is it? Organize your class schedule, keep track of homework assignments, record your GPA, make to-do lists, and more with this app created for a busy student’s life.
6. Monster Anatomy
What is it? Explore 384 contiguous MR slices in the three anatomical planes with this interactive lower-limb radiology atlas.
7. Motion Math
What is it? Motion Math HD follows a star that has fallen from space and must bound back up, up, up to its home in the stars. Moving fractions to their correct place on the number line is the only way to return. By playing Motion Math, learners improve their ability to perceive and estimate fractions in multiple forms.
8. Professor Garfield Cyberbullying
What is it? Teach kids anti-bullying messages and strategies for dealing with cyber bullies with the help of Garfield and friends.
What is it? This easy-to-use alternative communication solution offers an extensive library of symbols for those who have difficulty speaking. It provides natural sounding text-to-speech voices, high-res up-to-date symbols, automatic conjugations, a default vocabulary of more than 7,000 items, advanced word prediction, full expandability; and extreme ease of use. For anyone who cannot afford spending thousands of dollars on an AAC device and yet wants a solution that is just as good if not better. SLPs, teachers, and parents recommend it for children and adults with autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, developmental disabilities, apraxia, ALS, stroke, or traumatic brain injury.
10. The Elements: A Visual Exploration
What is it? Learn about the periodic table in a hands-on way. Choose any element—copper, for example—and see various copper objects: a Persian weave chain, a brass ring, a Chinese bronze … and then rotate them with your finger to get a 3D view.