Mobile Apps for K–12 Teachers

Mobile apps and software are making a difference in all aspects of our lives—including at work.

Education is no different, and K–12 teachers have no shortage of mobile apps that offer to help them become better, more-organized, more-creative, or more-effective teachers.

We’ve compiled this list of apps that we’ve come across. We don’t necessarily endorse these apps and are not providing them as promotion but instead as information. Let us know what you think. Have you used any of these apps, and how did they work for you? Do you have other apps that you recommend? Let us know in the comments below!

  • Educreations: FREE interactive whiteboard app to create easy-to-follow tutorials.
  • StudyBlue: FREE flashcards that teachers can create and share with students; students can also create their own and share with other students.
  • Class Messenger: teachers can keep parents privately aware of what is going on in their child’s classroom—remind them of upcoming school trips, prompt them to volunteer, or survey them regarding certain material
  • Subtext: keeps kids on track with assigned readings—can embed discussion topics directly into the reading
  • ScreenChomp: allows teachers to record their own narrations for presentations as they sketch out and explain an idea on their iPads

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