Best apps for Classroom Productivity

These are the best apps for classroom productivity

I have come up guys with a few apps which helped me to be more productive in my lessons. Have a quick look. I believe you may be surprised.

Some of these helped me save lesson planning time (I know right!) and ensure I could adapt my lesson to all the children in my class.

Planboard - Free Lesson Planner for Teachers

( iPad - Free )

Planboard is becoming an increasingly popular way for educators to plan lessons. The key to its success is how easy it is to use. 

Kiddom: Collaborative Learning Classroom

( iPad - Free )

Kiddom helps teachers in the process of planning, delivering and assessing learning.  With its potential to be linked with a number of resource sites, Kiddom gives students a single place where they can find out about their assignments and their results.

How It Works? - games for kids to learn & discover

( iPad - £2.99 )

It is a very entertaining didactic application that gives the children the opportunity to explore how our world works through animations, small explanations, games and locutions. It includes small lectures that teaches them about the plants, the energies, the volcanoes, the planet and its interior, the water’s cycle and many more natural phenomena.


( Android - Free , iPad - Free )

For teachers, the Earwig system saved the age-old problem of trying to record evidence of classroom activities for assessment, reporting to parents and recording for internal school use. Rather than spend hours printing, cutting and pasting photos into different notebooks and files, the Earwig app makes it incredibly easy to take pictures which can then be used in a rich variety of ways within the web application.

Datability Pro

( iPad - Free )

Datability has been designed by a special education teacher who recognised the administrative burden that tracking multiple Individualized Education Plans can bring. Within its easy-to-use design, Datability makes recording and accessing useful data easy.