1. App: Class Act! Lite
What: This app is designed to support teachers ‘on the go’ as they assess their students’ progress throughout the lesson. Simply tap students on the screen as they progress. The different progress colors give teachers a visual of how well different students are learning, helping to direct questioning and support to individuals or groups. Arrange students on the screen into your seating plan for a quick overview of your classroom. Students’ colors are saved to support planning and differentiation for the next lesson.
2. App: Dropbox
What: Dropbox lets users bring all photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Access any file saved to Dropbox from all computers, iPhone, iPad, and the web. Features include: 2 GB of space for free when a user signs up; and add files to “Favorites” for fast, offline viewing. Terms of Service.
3. App: Evernote
What: A free app that helps users remember everything across all devices in use, such as notes, snap photos, to-do lists, scanned business cards, and recorded voice reminders. Everything is searchable. Evernote is available for: desktop (Mac and web); mobile (iPhone, iPad); and web (Evernote Web; Web Clipper for Safari). Learn more.
Price: Free with an option to upgrade to premium.
4. App: Gradebook Pro
What: Record grades, attendance, and student performance in an app designed with busy educators in mind. There are no in-app purchases, subscriptions, advertisements, limitations, or third party services to pay for. Use the app for grades, behavior, attendance, reporting, and Dropbox support.
5. App: iDoceo
What: A gradebook for the iPad. Its spreadsheet engine will calculate averages in real time as you put information in, and no internet connection is required to use it. Users can insert any kind of information for each class, student and semester visually, with the ability to scroll, expand, filter, export, import and view information at any time.
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