Here are some apps that have been identified as useful for teaching and learning.
Please note: These apps are a teacher resource. Teachers are advised of the need to check the terms and conditions, privacy, and age restrictions of digital resources before using them with students. Teachers need to be aware of how and where their students' information and content is used and shared by the digital technologies they plan to use. Parental consent must be obtained to use a student's personal information to generate accounts and provide access to online services. Non-identifiable information should be used by students working online.
Attend meetings, webinars and virtual classrooms. View, record, participate in and host online meetings.
Combine icons, pictures, text and voice into animations and videos.
Communication app for children with ASDs and other learning and speech disorders, customised for Australian audiences.
Book Creator is the simple way to make your own ebooks on your iPad.
Learn how to act responsibly and stay safe online.
Record athletes in action, then use the video analysis tools to see where improvements can be made.
Learn to write code using Swift platform.
Have fun creating your own comics.
Aims to improve handwriting readiness and fine motor skills.
A screencasting tool, video tool and presentation tool all in one.
Create music using Touch instruments and a full recording studio.
Communication app - lets users design flash cards, visual schedules routines and more.
Create your own HD movies using stills and video footage.
Digital classroom organiser application.
Keynote helps you create stunning slideshow presentations.
Learn using in-depth articles, videos, and interactive exercises that cover topics in maths, science, economics and humanities.
Tell and share your very own Little Lunch story!
View, create and edit PowerPoint presentations.
Designed for users with a visual impairment - this app is designed to help users differentiate between varying images that come from the user's photo library.
Create mobile presentations and lessons that can be shared with students.
Notability allows you to sketch ideas, annotate documents, complete worksheets and make presentations.
Create charts, graphs and spreadsheets.
Word processing software.
PicCollage allows you to combine photos, YouTube videos, text, stickers and cutouts to create collages.
A simple way to create visual stories and talking books.
Popplet allows you to jot down your ideas and then sort them visually.
A comprehensive text-to-speech app.
A communication app - users can use symbols, recorded voices, images, buttons, text and other forms of communication.
Create unique shows with animation and audio.
Quizlet makes simple tools that can assist with studying.
Teaches students how to write using the same handwriting techniques taught in Australian schools.
Video-based Auslan teaching app.
Tool to guide parents through the Victorian curriculum.
Tool for capturing work completed by students in class, using the tablet device’s camera function.
Effortlessly assign, collect, and review student work from anywhere - with Showbie!
Meditation for wellness, relaxation and stress-relief.
Speech therapy app designed to improve articulation.
Helping users to identify objects they encounter in everyday life.
Platform to upload written projects to identify potential referencing errors.
Generate answers and reports for complex questions.
Students can listen to the sounds of letters and words to practise their spelling.
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