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New Selection of 10 Handy Apps for Teachers

Every month Educational Technology and Mobile Learning features a list of some popular educational apps for teachers. The selections I share here are based on personal criteria and are therefore not to be regarded as recommendations from any third party.  I do welcome app suggestions from others but only when apps have a REAl educational value that they will find their way to such lists.
So here is what I have handpicked for you for this month:

1- BrainPop Featured Movie

Bring learning to your fingertips™ with the BrainPOP Featured Movie app for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Watch a different animated movie every day, then test your new knowledge with an interactive quiz – free!
2- Nearpod
The Nearpod platform enables teachers to use their iPads to manage content on students' iPads, iPhones or iPods. It combines presentation, collaboration, and real-time assessment tools into one integrated solution.

3- Drawing Torch
Drawing Torch is a magical, drawing and story experience. You become a Night Zookeeper and take on creative drawing missions to look after thousands of magical animals and defeat the monsters that attack the zoo.

4- FlyingBooks
The Flying Books Reader Kid’s Bookstore app is a perfect companion for young children to experience literature at their fingertips, in a variety of different ways, whether it be listening, reading, or creating stories. This is a fun app that will be used again and again
5- Apps Gone Free

Find great apps without spending a dime! Get high quality paid apps for free each day. Unlike other apps, we offer no paid listings - these are expert-picked top-ranked apps, for FREE!
6- Aurasma

Aurasma is an augmented reality app that's changing the way millions of people see and interact with the world.

7- Skqueak
Add voice, sketches and live zooming to your pictures to explain their backstory. Tap record, zoom in, and start drawing while you speak. Now you have more than a still picture--you have a Skqueak.
8- Three Ring
The easiest way to capture qualitative evidence of student learning. Three Ring allows teachers and students to document anything, organize it in seconds, and have it seamlessly available at school and at home.
9- WhirlyWord
How many words can you discover from six letters? Solve the puzzle instantly by finding the six-letter word or step up to the challenge of finding all possible words with the letters given.
10- My Story- Book Maker for Kids
Create and share ebooks by adding drawings, photos, and stickers. Then record your voice on every page and share your story with friends, family and classmates

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