This year, we highlighted apps recommended by the American Association of School Librarians (AASL). AASL considers these to be some of the Best Apps for Teaching & Learning. As a recap, we’ve re-sorted them into their five categories and will feature one list per week for the next five weeks.
This week, we focus on the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) apps:
Monster Physics users play with monsters while they learn the rules of physics!
Water Cycle HD uses videos to make learning about the water cycle more interactive.
DragonBox Algebra 5+ has its users solve equations in a gaming environment.
Kodable teaches users how to code as they play their games!
NOVA Elements features a game, videos, an interactive periodic table, and a chance to build atoms and molecules.