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This year was my first year teaching at a 1:1 school, where all of the students have iPads. I am constantly looking for cool apps that I can use in my classes to help students with concepts in Anatomy. I don't have the time or resources to check all of the ones out there to use. I am hoping that I can get some ideas from others on here. I would prefer free apps since I want my students to be able to download and use them too.
This thread was posted on April 2, 2014 at 2:04 PM ET by Georgia Everett.
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Hey Georgia! 1-to-1 programs are phenomenal; like you said, it does take a bit of leg work to find what works best for your particular circumstance.
Unfortunately, I'm 1-to-1 laptop so some of the resources/websites I use would not be compatible, since many are Flash-based. If I think of any science apps that I use personally, I'll be sure to let you know!
I teach anatomy in IL. One of the first free apps I have my students load on their phones is speed anatomy- droid & Antomy lite & Bones LITE for apple. Its a touch screen quiz game and I encourage them as they find new apps to share them with the class as an optional homework assignment.