Apps that Leverage Technology to Benefit Education Sector

Apps that Leverage Technology to Benefit Education Sector

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The world we live in today is so much surrounded by technology that almost every aspect of our lives depends on it. Be it healthcare or the education sector, technology has made it made its presence felt in every segment. Take the instance of education sector. It won’t be wrong to say that technology has turned over the conventional approaches of education on its head. This helps anyone to seek knowledge from anywhere and anytime. This has also led to a massive proliferation of apps on the app store. Hence in 2014, 18.3% of the total apps downloaded from Apple iTunes were educational apps. Out of the thousands of apps we present our list of apps that have really made use of technology to create out-of-the-box solutions for the education sector –

Nearpod

In case you have to make a multimedia presentation for your students then this free app can be of great help. With this free app, you can download or make multimedia presentation in just couple of hours and even share it with your students in real time. On the other hand, your students will be able to go through the presentation, interact with other students sharing the presentation, and submit their responses. While they do it, you can easily keep an eye on their interactive session and analyze their performance.

Android link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.panareadigital.Nearpod&hl=en

iTunes link https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/nearpod/id523540409?mt=8

Mathcube

If your kid is just beginning his or her learning phase then this easy to use app can be an excellent option. In an entertaining and interesting way, Mathcube will let your kid to learn how to solve simple sums involving addition, subtraction, etc.

Android link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.livezen.mathcube.google.free

iTunes Link https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/id864191079?mt=8

Exitticket Student Response System

To help student get instant feedback about their performance, this Android and iPhone/iPad app can be really helpful for the teachers. ExitTicket allows teachers to let their student know about their strong and weak points, which in turn will allow them to work accordingly, without wasting any time. This will definitely empower both teachers and the students by cutting down the time wasted in providing feedback and working on them.

Android link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.exittix.exitticket&hl=en

iTunes link https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/exitticket/id618649934?mt=8

Explain Everything

This app will let you to narrate, animate, export, annotate, as well as export almost anything you like, and all these things can be done with the help of its whiteboard tool, which is highly interactive in nature. Teachers can use this app for educating their students in an interesting way. It allows you to add objects, existing photos, and even import PFD files from the local storage.

Android link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.morriscooke.explaineverything&hl=en

iTunes link https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/explain-everything/id431493086?mt=8

Coursmos

With this free app, you can make micro-courses. All you have to do is upload a video that you already have or shoot a fresh video lesson by using your phone. Once the video is ready for uploading, simply provide a title and few lines to describe the micro-course. In this way, you can let all your students to have access to your micro-course by sharing with them. You can share through social networks or email.

Android link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.coursmos.app&hl=en

iTunes link https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/coursmos/id692934231?mt=8

Nowadays, there is no dearth of apps related to education. No matter if you have an Android powered smartphone/tablet, an iPhone or iPad, there are plenty of wonderful educational apps waiting for you. And, this is evident from the fact that over 10% of the total apps available in the Google Play Store are learning apps. So, go for them.