There’s a big possibility that all face-to-face classes would be suspended until we see a vaccine for COVID-19. Online schooling is the only option we have, for now, so the Department of Education is gearing up for a school year that is purely online classes. It may take a while to get used to this new normal to help you adjust with online classes here are some apps that are useful for online classes.
Quizlet lets students use different study modes buttons such as learn, flashcards, write, and test and match. The app’s flashcards are perfect for learning different subjects and making online reviewers that you can share with your classmates. Quizlet is available on Google Play and The App Store.
If math problems give you headaches, Photomath might just be what you need! Photomath teaches users how to solve complicated problems; all you need to do is take a photo of the problem. Photomath is available on Google Play and The App Store.
This productivity app lets students stay connected to their school community. Remind is not only for students but for parents and teachers as well. Be updated with your classes and all the happenings inside your campus with Remind. Remind is available on Google Play and The App Store.
Khan Academy’s library of educational videos is perfect for every student. Videos display a recording of drawings in a virtual blackboard and the narrator describes the different lessons. Students will be able to watch and learn at the same time with Khan Academy’s wide range of videos. Khan Academy is available on Google Play and The App Store.
This app offers world-class learning from different universities right in the palm of your hand. With more than 2000 courses of top universities in edX such as computer science, business studies, linguistics, engineering, and more. Who wouldn’t want to download this educational app? edX is available on Google Play and The App Store.
This app is full of educational videos that students will surely love! With over 130,000 video tutorials for courses ranging from technology and business to personal development lessons like drawing, writing, yoga, and more. Any student will surely enjoy Udemy’s wide video library. Udemy is available on Google Play and The App Store.
Google Classroom is now the most used learning application because it’s basically an online classroom. Teachers will be able to post announcements, create classes, start discussions, submit and grade assignments, asking for remarks and answers, sharing resources, and many more. Google Classroom is available on Google Play and The App Store.
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