We’ve gathered 25 of the top math resources for 2020–a mix of established and all-new tools to support the building of math skills and the grasp of important mathematical concepts.
An app is an ‘application’ you can download online or on your mobile device. The apps we promote all relate to teaching or learning in some way.
From playful to flashcards to ACT practice, here are 12 of the best vocabulary apps for middle and high school students.
Can apps actually promote creativity in students? Any media is capable of that–from books and plays to video games–and yes, apps.
A collection of teacher-approved Common Core-aligned math apps for middle school students, such as DragonBox, BrainPOP, and others.
This is a diverse collection of apps, from games to digital media software to math and literacy apps.
Critical thinking is widely misunderstood. Apps that promote it can be hard to find. Here are 25 critical thinking apps to get you started.
Whether you’re introducing students to concepts (e.g., Pi) or skills (e.g., dividing fractions), here are 12 of the best math apps for kids.
Here are augmented reality apps for use with students in the classroom, such as Aurasama, Fetch! Lunch Rush, Word Lens, Layar, etc.