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RoundUp March 2016 – Hands-On Science Apps

Hands-on experiences are second to none for learning, so this month’s Roundup is dedicated to hands-on science apps. Whether the app is designed to shrink students down to the size of a cell to tour its different parts, or designed to give students a safe and free method to experience earthquakes, dissections, or dangerous chemistry experiments, this Roundup is uniquely ...

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RoundUp February 2016 – 4 Great Movie Making Apps!

Are you tired of grading essay after essay and test after test? Do you feel that some of your students can demonstrate their understanding in creative ways? Differentiate your assessments with movie maker apps and let your students’ imaginations run wild! There are so many reasons for students to create movies that they allow teachers to modify assignment. For example, ...

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RoundUp January 2016 – Jazzy Vocabulary Apps

At App Ed Review, we see a new year as a new opportunity, and that has inspired us to think about vocabulary. Yes, vocabulary! While it may not be the most “jazzy” thing to teach, we think that educational apps have the power to breathe some new life into vocabulary instruction in the New Year. All of our app recommendations ...

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RoundUp December 2015 – Top Research Apps

At App Ed Review, we’ve been thinking about research and the ways apps can be used to support students conducting research. We see research projects as being a great way for students to flex their intellectual muscle, synthesize data, explain real-world information, and demonstrate learning. They are popular because research can be worked into the classroom in so many different ...

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RoundUp November 2015 – Math and English Tools

A few months into the school year, as students get settled into their classroom routines, engagement may fade along with the leaves on the trees. Visions of fall and winter vacations may dance in their heads, but App Ed Review has highlighted some classroom tools to differentiate lessons and bring back your students’ attention. Check out our app twist on ...

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