Smart phones are an incredible educational tool for both educators and students. I have an Android Smart Phone and I can do pretty much everything with it that I can do on my computer or laptop or tablet. This means that I always have access to my data, files, information, and can do work anywhere. Students have the same ability with their smart phones. They have access to information, class resources, and so much more at any time. Instead of buying a $200 graphing calculator, they can buy a $0.99 app. There are tons of great apps out there for educators and students to use.
Here are some mobile / smart phone apps and resources for students and teachers:
100 Mobile Tools for Teachers - mobile sites and resources for teachers
Android for Education - resources, apps, links, and much more
10 Great, Free Apps for Students for Notetaking and Class Planning
My students used their cellphones in class - and I encouraged it!
Google Calendar and cell phones
Infographic on Mobile devices and Studying - and free apps to help
Infographic - What do High School Students want from mobile tech
Google Mobile Apps - access your Google apps on mobile web browsers
QuickOffice - essential app for mobile devices
Essential Apps and Installs for Windows, Chrome, Android
5 Must-Have iPhone Apps for Students
10 Important Skills Students need for the Future
Cross posted atEducational Technology Guy and viaTwitter. David Andrade is a Physics Teacher and Educational Technology Specialist in Connecticut. He is the author of theEducational Technology Guy blog, where he reviews free educational technology resources for teachers, discusses ways to use technology to improve teaching and learning, and discusses other issues in education.
He is also a professional development trainer and presenter at conferences, helping educators learn new and innovative ways to educate students. He is also a Discovery Education STAR Educator and member of the CT DEN Leadership Council. Disclaimer: The information shared here is strictly that of the author and does not reflect the opinions or endorsement of his employer.