Mobile Science: Suggested Apps
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Google ClassroomFreeSave PDF of activity guide on Google drive, and add a link to it to Google Classroom. Have students to download it onto their devices, opening it in a note-taking app like Notability or One Note.
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Notability (iOS only)$7.99Replaces notebook and art supplies. Open the activity guide within Notability and illustrate, add photos, add audio, and annotate over photos. (For non-iOS devices, try Microsoft's OneNote.)
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CA TidepoolsFreeDigital field guide of California Tidepools.
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California Kelp ForestsFreeDigital field guide of California kelp forests.
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Leaf snapFreeDigital field guide of plants.
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iBird LiteFreeDigital field guide of birds.
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Multifunction ruler$0.99Digital ruler and protractor.
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Gyro CompassFreeDigital compass, using gyroscopes of iPads without GPS service.
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iMovie (iOS only)Free for iPads purchased after 2013Video editor. (For non-iOS devices, try WeVideo.)
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Google Street ViewFreeAllows users to take 360-degree spherical photos using a phone camera.
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EducreationsFreeCreate narrated whiteboard screencasts.
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Zydeco InquiryFreeGuides students through collecting evidence and creating evidence-based claims. Allows users to collect video, audio, photo, and text as observational data, and then share that data with other students in their class.
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Tuva Labs (device-neutral website, not app)FreeInteractive graphing tool allows users to quickly graph their own quantitative data or publicly available data.
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