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11
JAN
2015

Apps and Ideas

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Although there are many creative apps available, their quality and usefulness in an educational context can vary. Finding them can be difficult, as many websites listing apps do so indiscriminately. These massive lists can be fun to explore, and no doubt contain some winners, but what really works in the classroom?

Here’s some of our favourites, those ‘tried and true’ apps we use to support teaching and learning constantly and recommend to teachers. Think of these List.lys as our essentials collection.







Disclaimer: We use these apps in the classroom because they support teaching and learning – we don’t have any deals with developers. 🙂

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