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Math app 1Edit

 Name

The name of the app.

Location

The location of the app.

Topic 

The topic (math, literacy, etc).

Format

The format of the app (android or itunes/apple or both, if apple, ipad or iphone or both).

Cost

The cost of the app if any.

Purpose

The purpose of the app per topic area (do not CUT and PASTE from the description provided- USE YOUR OWN WORDS).

Target Audience

The target audience of who could use this app. A target audience could be defined in several ways (age, gender, category of exceptionality, progressive skill level, etc).

Rating and Reviews

Any reviews about the app. Some apps have been reviewed by users. Given that not all apps are free, I am not requiring you to purchase the apps in order to review them however if there are not reviews that are linked to the app, then do a search on the app to see if there is an alternate source that might include a review. You can summarize the reviews you find. DO NOT CUT AND PASTE reviews. You can present theses reviews in many ways (e.g. a rating system, apps that are free –vsapps that you purchase). Remember your audience: What would a teacher like to know about an app that would inform their decisions in using this app?.


Math app 2 added by Spring ParkerEdit

Name

The name of the app.

Location

The location of the app.

Topic 

The topic (math, literacy, etc).

Format

The format of the app (android or itunes/apple or both, if apple, ipad or iphone or both).

Cost

The cost of the app if any.

Purpose

The purpose of the app per topic area (do not CUT and PASTE from the description provided- USE YOUR OWN WORDS).

Target Audience

The target audience of who could use this app. A target audience could be defined in several ways (age, gender, category of exceptionality, progressive skill level, etc).

Rating and Reviews

Any reviews about the app. Some apps have been reviewed by users. Given that not all apps are free, I am not requiring you to purchase the apps in order to review them however if there are not reviews that are linked to the app, then do a search on the app to see if there is an alternate source that might include a review. You can summarize the reviews you find. DO NOT CUT AND PASTE reviews. You can present theses reviews in many ways (e.g. a rating system, apps that are free –vsapps that you purchase). Remember your audience: What would a teacher like to know about an app that would inform their decisions in using this app?


Math app added by YOUEdit

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Name

What is the name or nickname of the app?

Location

Where can you buy or download the app?

Topic 

What educational or life skill does the app promote (math, literacy, mobility, etc)?

Format

In which format is the app available (android or itunes/apple or both)? Will it work on phones or tablets (iPhone, iPad, iPod, Windows tablets or phones, or Android tablets or phones)?

Cost

How much, if anything, does the app cost?

Purpose

How does this app help students develop their Math skills?

Target Audience

Who could use this app (age, gender, grade level, category of exceptionality, progressive skill level, etc)?

Rating and Reviews

What is your review of the app or are there any reviews online about the app.
What would a teacher like to know about the app that would inform their decisions in using this app?
How would you rate this app?
Ease in locating/downloading and setting up:
                                                               Cost:
                       App Worthiness/Effectiveness:




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