Version 2 of French Vocab Games for iPhone is now available. The app is designed to assist beginner to intermediate students with learning and reinforcing their French vocabulary. The included vocabulary has been designed around UK GCSE syllabuses, with some small modifications to make it suitable for students from other English-speaking countries.
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "for students."
First Learning to Read App for Children Launched on iPad
The brand new children's educational app, Learning to Read with Byron -Visual Tracking, has been launched now in the iTunes store. The learning activities have been designed in consultation with Tracy Ashbridge, specialist leading teacher of students with Learning Difficulties.
Free Hands-On Equations App Makes Learning Algebra Childs Play
Math can be tricky for students. Algebraic equations such as 4x + 2 = 3x + 9 look intimidating, and many students anxiously struggle to solve "tough" problems like this one. Now a new, free iPad app can help students overcome math anxiety and gain success and self-confidence.
Hands on Equations for iPad Proves Value of Visual Help for Algebra
For many kids, especially visual learners, algebra is an enigma that confuses and discourages. Fortunately, technology has a way of providing help and the iPad as an educational tool is very useful with the right apps.
Cyrillian announces QED Solver for iPhone - A Math Solver Application
Cyrillian is proud to announce QED Solver for iPhone, a powerful new mathematical computing application for science and engineering problems, as well as general math problems. QED Solver is the perfect companion for students and professionals alike.
School Writing 1.0 for iPad - Revolutionary, Teacher-Created Lessons App
demografix pty ltd. today is pleased to introduce School Writing 1.0 for iPad, their Educational application that allows teachers to prepare, and students to complete, writing lessons using written and audio instructions and responses.
GeoPuzzles Game App Makes Geography Fun For All
Announcing that Hades Solutions, the developer of GeoPuzzles, has just released the latest update for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. GeoPuzzles 1.1 offers users a fun and challenging puzzle while teaching them about world geography.
A real math teacher in your pocket - Take Back Math - Its Time
Take Back Algebra is a unique app in such that it offers 100s of hours of math tutoring full courses taught by a qualified teacher. I am simply a math teacher who wanted to help students have access to math lessons at night to get their homework done.
iPhone App is Raising Money and Awareness for Students with Autism
Brandy Wheeler is on a mission to place iPads in the hands of every local student with Autism. To meet this lofty goal she partnered with Traverse City Area Public Schools to expand their iPads for Autism program.
Childrens iPad Apps Become Popular Teaching Aids
After a myriad of positive reviews in the blogosphere for the educational iPad app Elfishki and the Giant Cake, its creators, Elka Palka Production, LLC, launched a new interactive fairy tale story, Elfishki and the Unwelcome Guest.
Essential Apps for College Freshmen
Well, kids, summer is officially over which means students everywhere are heading back to the school. And for those freshman entering the unknown at their college of choice — or college of "this is the only one I got accepted to" — you undoubtedly have a smartphone and most likely it's an iPhone.
My Schedule Helps Students Keep Up in Class
My Schedule is one in a very long list of time-management apps in the App Store. The truth is, there are so many capable apps in this category that it's nearly impossible for me to recommend one over the other.
iStudent Pro Might be the App For Your Dreams
iStudent Pro - I have this recurring nightmare that I’m a student and I’m very late for classes, or worse, I’m running up and down long hallways trying to find the right room. It’s apparently a common dream.
Wait for iProcrastinate to Get Better
iProcrastinate Mobile is, according to Craig Otis, its developer, "task management for the rest of us." That's not quite correct.
Although the developer says in his description and on his Web site that iProcrastinate is aimed equally at students and business folks, I don't buy it.