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This app partners with a faculty app to allow students to answer questions in class and have the totals show up as a projected chart of graph. This gives instructors instant feedback on how well students understand.
This company has essentially replicated the functionalities of graphing calculators online, Graphing calculators are often one of the most expensive things on a back-to-school list, making this software very useful. It is Web-based, works on iPads and is free.
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While similar to its competitor Microsoft Sway, some educators reported this presentation tool to be more engaging. “When I did this webinar a year ago, I didn’t feel there was a presentation tool that worked for me,” Luhtala said. “Now there are.” Adobe Slate works on iPads and is free. Microsoft Sway is free and Web-based.
This is a great app designed to allow instructors to inspire, engage, and assess students. Instructors can upload original presentations to use, or create new presentations right in the app. There are also tons of free and paid interactive presentations from distinguished educators available within NearPod. Students can interact with the instructor and the lesson through any mobile device or any computer. Student results and responses can also be monitored and measured with NearPod.