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Mobile Apps von Mind Map: Mobile Apps

1. Reference

1.1. Desmos Graphing Calculator

1.1.1. Free graphing calculator at your fingertips. Also works offline

1.2. Dictionary.com

1.2.1. Free dictionary and thesaurus. Works offline

1.3. Google Translate

1.3.1. Translates speech or handwriting in 80 different languages

1.3.2. Teachers could use this to communicate with ESL students. Administrators could use this to communicate with parents of ESL students

1.4. Wolfram Alpha

1.4.1. App that uses a huge number of algorithms and data to compute answers and generate reports

1.5. MASA

1.5.1. Official app for Missouri Association of School Administrators

1.5.2. Administrators can access calendar events, news, and notifications regarding Missouri education

2. Collaborate

2.1. Symbaloo

2.1.1. Collect and access all your favorite apps from one place

2.2. Edublogs

2.2.1. App for Edublogs.org enables user to manage and update Edublog from a device

2.2.2. Teachers and administrators can share and collaborate with each other through blogging

2.3. Springpad

2.3.1. Personal organizer app to save and organize items

2.3.2. Teachers and administrators can use this to organize meetings, lessons, etc for students or staff

2.4. Understoodit

2.4.1. App for students to anonymously voice confusion. Students select Understood or Confused.

2.5. Classroom Walk-Through

2.5.1. Walk-through, observation, and evaluation app. Quick, easy to use, and customizable

2.5.2. Administrator tool for use in quick observation

3. Social

3.1. ShowU

3.1.1. Projects directly from iPhone or iPad

3.1.2. Teachers and administrators could use this to project anything live from any device.

3.2. Skype

3.2.1. Instant messages and video calls

3.2.2. Teachers can use this to allow students to collaborate with each other or other classrooms. Administrators could use this to work with each other or teachers, even conducting long-distance interviews.

3.3. Facebook

3.3.1. Social networking site where students, teachers and administrators can connect and share.

3.3.2. Teachers and/or administrators can create class and/or school pages for teachers, parents, and students to keep up with current events and announcements

3.4. Twitter

3.4.1. Social networking site where students, teachers and administrators can connect and share

3.4.2. Teachers and/or administrators can create accounts for classes or schools for teachers, parents, and students to keep up with current events and announcements

3.5. LinkedIn

3.5.1. Professional networking site

4. Distance Learning

4.1. Khan Academy

4.1.1. Comprehensive library of videos and articles covering nearly any topic

4.1.2. Teachers can use this in the classroom, or assign videos as part of an assignment for students to watch. Could be used in flipping the classroom or for students to access after an absence.

4.2. Knowmania Teach

4.2.1. Free lesson planning and recording tool

4.2.2. Create lessons and videos, and publish them online. Lessons can be shared with other teachers in the Knowmania community

4.3. Nearpod

4.3.1. A platform that enables user to manage content on student devices.

4.4. Quizlet

4.4.1. Study app accessible from a device. Syncs from an existing quizlet account.

4.5. Vittle Free

4.5.1. Free interactive whiteboard app

4.5.2. Teachers and administrators can use this to create presentations for lessons or meetings