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Classroom Apps by Mind Map: Classroom Apps

1. Behavior Managemet/Behavior

1.1. ClassDojo: This tool is a fun and easy way to keep track of student behavior, allowing teachers to take attendance quickly and give positive or negative reinforcement, depending on a child’s actions that day. Each student gets a critter and some teachers find it very effective. It works on iPhones and iPads, as well as Android phones and the Web. It is free.

1.2. Class Act: This intuitive app is designed to support teachers ‘on the go’ as they assess their students’ progress throughout the lesson. Simple and quick to use, just tap students on the screen as they progress. The different progress colors give teachers a visual of how well different students are learning, helping them to direct your questioning and support to individuals or groups.

1.3. TeacherPal: A personal organizer for the teacher. It enables the teacher to organize classes, and students. Its simple and intuitive interface enables teachers to track the attendance, grades and behavior of students.

2. Math

2.1. Scootpad: This app allows students to proactively work on both math and reading skills related to the Common Core. Teachers can fully personalize the learning path for their students to meet their specific needs and track student progress in real time on a teacher dashboard.

2.2. Sushi Monster: Strengthen reasoning strategies for whole number addition and multiplication by helping monsters make a target sum or product. Earn points with each correct answer, but watch out for distractions! To be successful, plan ahead and strategically select numbers from the sushi counter.

2.3. Mathmateer: Students can customize their rockets with each successful math mission. Missions include number sense, time, money, geometry, computation, and square roots.

3. Brainstorming

3.1. Popplet: Popplet lets you get all your ideas out, then categorize and rearrange them. Students can do collaborative mind mapping, plan out projects or reports, record their thoughts, or make mood boards, plus much more. The free version allows you to make one popplet at a time while the paid version allows you to save and store your popplets

3.2. iBrainstorm:No more lugging chart paper and sticky notes to meetings because with this app, notes and information can be shared between up to four iPad and/or iPhone users by using your finger to “flick” information from one device to another.

4. Reading/Language Arts

4.1. Pixntell: This is a great storytelling app. Students can use their own photos or those from the web along with their recorded voice to create a personalized video that’s ready to share. The free version allows you to use four images, but you can add more with the paid version.

4.2. SpellingCity: Class has the convenience of practicing their weekly word study words using this app. Students can write their own list or use one that is computer generated.

4.3. Grammaropolis: This app has been called Schoolhouse Rock for the 21st Century. The parts of speech are animated characters whose personalities match their function from the sly pronoun always trying to replace the noun to the conjunction who just wants everyone to get along. Students earn badges after following a curriculum map that includes songs, books, videos, and quizzes.

5. Reports/Presentations

5.1. Prezi: Prezi allows your students to turn out slide-style presentations with flair. With a little modeling they can easily add text, images, and animations to share what they have learned about any given topic.

5.2. Pic Collage: Students create collage-style posters for their reports and presentations.

5.3. FaceTalker:The possibilities are endless with this app. Make still photos and images talk using this app along with your voice recording. Easy enough for an elementary student to use. Imagine having a raccoon narrate his own animal report.