Southeast’s College of Education is putting the notion of “there’s an app for that” to the test and the results benefit students and faculty alike. This year, the College launched an innovative program entitled Appy Wednesday, where students and faculty share new apps that can be applied in the classroom and beyond.
The apps shared focus on the complete educational experience for students and vary in use. Chemist is designed to teach the user the effects of chemical reactions, while the app Things to Think About issues prompts for elementary and middle school students to write about to develop their critical thinking skills and writing abilities. In addition to apps designed for students, there are apps reviewed such as Fluid Monkey, which is intended to be a stress relieving tool for instructors.
Find out more about “Appy Wednesday” at news.semo.edu.
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