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A Learn2Earn Guide: Apps for Teachers

A Learn2Earn Guide: Apps for Teachers

By Learn2Earn Blog Team

Apps are a simple, and often budget-friendly, way to bring technology into your classroom. But what apps do you choose? How do you implement them properly? Use this guide to answer those questions and avoid becoming an “app-happy” educator.

Use Apps for Assessment

Technology allows students opportunities to demonstrate and engage in learning in ways that go beyond using paper and pencil. A tedious review session, suddenly becomes a something to look forward to. Completing a project that demonstrates the child’s knowledge about a topic becomes a task to be enjoyed and flaunted.

Try these nine apps:

9 apps for assessment

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Bring Photography into the Classroom

Teachers are constantly trying to make learning more authentic and real: How can we take what is happening in the classroom and create dynamic evidence of learning and understanding?

The answer may be simpler than you think: Photography. Teachers and students are displaying knowledge and connections on a daily basis. When students document that process, it shows real-life learning.

Here are six apps to try in your classroom:

photog in the classroom

Read more here.

Encourage Students to Read More

Smartphones are becoming a permanent fixture in the lives of children. This is why tablets, cell phones and other electronic devices have slowly made their way into the classroom as tools for every subject, including reading.

Still, there’s something about a print book that can’t be replaced, right?

Luckily, these five reading apps won’t replace a physical book. Rather, they’ll supplement what print books already offer, allowing your students build their reading skills with the technology that they already know and love.

Download the following apps to get your students excited about reading:

reading apps_list

Read more here.

Out of the Box App Use

App use in the classroom isn’t always straightforward. Some of the best apps for teachers provide a more out-of-the-box opportunity to teach things like task management or organization.


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