I've heard that math teachers are really loving Poll Everywhere (for polls) and Desmos (for graphing). Plus Illuminations has translated a few of there online apps into mobile apps: Okta's Rescue and Concentration.
Teacher’s Assistant Pro is a great app for tracking student behavior, participation, and achievements. Anyone else using it?
What about you? Any favorite apps for smartphones or tablets that you're using in your math class?
Check out 10 Apps for Introducing Math -- THE Journal for introducing math to young students. Some of the apps are free and others require a small fee. What do you think of these?
As I work with teachers virtually, I have been looking for those concrete tools necessary for building student understanding that can be used in the 1:1 format also.
Center for Algebraic Thinking - Here you will find graphing tools, algebra equation builders, algebra tiles, and much more.
VM- Virtual Manipulatives! from ABCya.com - (free) you can set this app for percents, fractions or decimals with a slide bar. This app includes an area for student work and a folder to save work. This works for the common core standards: Number and Operation: Grades 3-5 fraction standards. It was named an Apple Staff Favorite and was on the Top 50 Free Educational Apps.
I am not not using any mobile app for teaching But I am aware of the mobile apps for teaching maths to students. In India the education system is not for using mobile apps.In our country maths is taught to train the brain.
I still am aware of certain apps., which are useful in your class rooms.
They android apps.
1. Brain Exercise. It is a free app you can download from google play.
2. Math workout. It contains brain training exercise.
3. Mental Math. It contains useful tips on how to solve difficult problems.
4. Einstein Math Academy. It is maths app for maths games. Interesting games are there for the kids to play.
5. Algebra Tutor. This app teaches children how to solve problems in algebra.
Check out Illuminations' 15+ apps have already been converted to HTML5 (optimized for your desktop AND tablet)! They can be seen at: FREE Apps for your Mobile Devices from Illuminations. The best part is that all these applets are free !