Maths Tutor - Learn, Revise, Practice, Assess
As an app that provides tuition and testing for children, administration and monitoring benefits for teachers and can keep parents informed, this is a maths app with multiple benefits.
From the Developer
This fun interactive app is packed full of engaging educational content and stimulating assessment activities!
Brought to you by award-winning educational publisher, Daydream Education, this FREE Maths app is a flexible learning and teaching tool that offers a wealth of interactive content to help improve understanding of key topics, including:
- Converting Fractions, Decimals & Percentages
- Problem Solving
Unlike the majority of educational apps which are simply games-based apps, this app provides a more complete solution, enabling users to learn, practice and assess important numeracy skills, all within one app.
All topics included in the app contain a reporting and section that enables users to track their progress and assess their level of understanding.
- Step-by-step video presentations
- Interactive tutorials
- Fully curriculum-aligned
- Differentiated games and activities
- Randomly-generated levelled assessments
- Achievement and progress reporting
- Integrated notepad
- School user management system
For teachers, the app provides full curriculum alignment, broken down by screen and assessment activity, whilst the engaging interactive screens and step-by-step presentations are perfect for independent, group and class learning. Registered teachers are also able to create schools and benefit from additional free features, including user management, content management, bulk purchasing and reporting.
++WINNER++ BEST EDUCATIONAL APP – BETT AWARDS 2014
++5 STARS++ EDUCATIONAL APP STORE (EAS) RECOMMENDED GOLD STAR++ ANIMATE
++TO EDUCATE GOLD STAR RECOMMENDED
"Perfect for classroom use…this app is worth a download."
"This app ticks all the boxes which other educational apps should benchmark against."
EAS (Educational App Store)
"Some of the most important new apps for schools using iPads in the classroom."
Lee Parkinson, @ICT_MrP