Are you looking for Q & A apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
HiNative– HiNative is an app specifically designed to ask questions about any language you want and get answers from real native speakers around the world. You can ask questions such as, “How do you say this in German?” “What’s the difference between these two words?” “Is my pronunciation correct?” You can also teach other users about your native language and the uniqueness. We have a friendly, give-and-take community waiting to help!
Albert– Albert is an online tool to help students prepare for AP (Advanced Placement) and standardized tests. Albert includes over 20,000 questions, all with in-depth explanations and answers so that a student can master every question. In alignment with College Board, Albert is one of only a few fully updated resources for test prep. Thousands of students have used Albert and have increased their test scores, proving its effectiveness.
Algebrator– Algebrator is one of the leading math tutoring apps available. Using Algebrator’s step-by-step explanations of the answers to even the most difficult math problems, students can learn to solve homework problems in a way that is easy to understand. Algebrator can be used by parents, adult learners, and homeschoolers to improving their math skills.
Stephen Hawking’s Snapshots of the Universe – Stephen Hawking’s Snapshots of the Universe is an app that explains the principles of the Universe through simple, fun experiments. Including ten experiments, students will learn the answers to questions about the stars and planets such as: Why do planets stay in orbit around stars? Why do objects fall at different speeds? And why is time not the same for everyone? Each experiment has an interactive “game-style” portion and then a more in-depth text-based reflection on the theories behind
Spanish Word Wizard for Kids – Spanish Word Wizard for Kids uses a talking, movable alphabet to allow students to see and hear the sounds of letters and words. It is an immersive Spanish app, with no translation. With over 1,500 questions and answers as well as the ability to add custom words to create spelling quizzes, Spanish Word Wizard for Kids makes a valued addition to any beginner or intermediate Spanish class. Both Latino and Castilian voices are included.
QR Treasure Hunt Generator– This app is designed for teachers who want to make their students move around while having fun with the learning process. This app requires no Internet connection. Teachers can input a vast amount of questions and answers into the app, which in turn generates a QR code for each item. The QR code can be pasted anywhere for students to find, students with the most correct answers to the questions they find win.
Lawrence Hall of Science: 24/7 Science– Lawrence Hall of Science: 24/7 Science answers all the questions of inquisitive young minds. It combines interactive experiments and virtual explanations for all sorts of questions from scientific to existential. This app will satisfy your child’s curiosity while creating fun and unique things for them to do to reinforce new knowledge. The app includes numerous mini-games, trivia, fun facts, and activities to explore.