We have received a couple of requests over the past few weeks from teachers asking about Android apps for teaching STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). We did some research and compiled for you the short list below.
May 17, 2015 Gliffy is a great Chrome app for creating diagrams and flow charts. And although it has some slight shortcomings such as the absence of vector-based output format and that the app still...
Just like most software, Google Docs has keyboard shortcuts available. Google has a great support article with all of the Google Docs keyboard shortcuts, by OS, listed. It lists the shortcuts for PC, Mac, Chrome OS, Android and iOS.
Edueto is a free service that allows teachers to create their own online activities for students. Teachers can create exercises such as quizzes, matching, writing, sorting, equations, sequences and more and assign them to their students to complete.
MolView is a free web based tool that allows you to visualize 3D models of molecules and compounds. It's easy to use and fun. It includes databases with compounds, proteins and spectral data, as well as change and manipulate the models.
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