Posts tagged #organization

Preschool Free Amazing Logic

"Preschool Free Amazing Logic" is a free app that was developed by education and child psychologist specialists. It helps to develop their intellectual abilities and differs in complexity according to their progress. It helps your child train memory, find, match, and organize, recognize animals and colors, form logic, increase perception, develop associative thinking, and improve attention.

How it works: All the items in this app are large enough to be easily grasped by a child's fingers, and there are not any complicated menus that children sometimes struggle with on other apps.

Posted on December 8, 2014 .



inClass is a comprehensive planning and organizational app geared towards middle-school, high-school, and college-aged users. Users have the ability to add class times, professors, homework, and due dates to their calendar. inClass is more than a simple to-do list. Users can attach recorded content, files, and notes to each reminder, giving each day a detailed description. When work loads begin to pile up, an elaborate task list is important for success in the classroom. There are some limited customization options for changing font type and color, and users can also set alarms and prioritize tasks in order of importance. The app uses terminology geared towards older students -- such as labs, semester, coursework

Posted on December 7, 2014 .


TeacherKit is a free IOS app that helps the teacher stay organized in one place. They can take attendance, record grades, make seating charts, etc.

I would use this app everyday so that I can have everything I need in one place instead of in a ton of places.

Posted on December 7, 2014 .


Evernote is a free productivity app that allows you to compile all of your notes in one place and export them in a pdf format.  Its simple interface also allows for students to work distraction free.  This app also allows for collaboration amoung students through shared evernote binders.  Evernote also allows for list making and other basic organization tasks.

How it works:

Students create a free evernote account and can take notes directly on their iPad or Tablet.  This is expecially good to use in a classroom, because accounts can be linked and documents can be shared between students.  This would work well for when a student is absent from school.  The app includes word documents and spreadsheets.

Posted on December 7, 2014 .