Welcome to our list of Useful Apps . There are lots of interesting Apps out there but we know that finding good apps to support adult literacy and numeracy teaching and learning can be a very time consuming
We hope to make it a bit easier by providing comprehensive reviews of Apps including descriptions, OALCF competencies addressed, the subject or topic area covered, and how the App could be used for literacy
numeracy learning and to support engagement and motivation . We also include Apps that are useful for program administration, note taking, productivity, collaborative work and more .
We are starting small but, with your help we will grow the repository, adding new apps on an ongoing basis . We invite you to help us build the list by submitting your own reviews – if we all share what we
and what we find most useful we will come up with a great list of apps and save time .
Flipp enables users to browse local retail flyers from hundreds of retailers based on your postal code. Users can also browse by product or brand name. This app is useful in itself, but is also a useful resource for learning activities related to budgeting, shopping, price matching, and money math and management.
A practical spelling app. Instructors and students can easily create custom lists and add words. Each word added can be recorded. Students can repeat attempts at correct spelling of each word multiple times.
A practical App for learning about and practicing Fractions. Activities include, Exploring proper and improper fractions Learning to match a fraction to a quantity Simplifying fractions Comparing fractions Ordering fractions Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
A dictation App that allows users to dictate text – without the need for any typing. The app allows continuous dictation with no time or document size limits and also allows users to format and edit their documents using their voice. This App could be helpful for students to create simple to complex documents and could…
The G1 Test Genius Ontario App is based on the official 2018 MTO Driver’s Handbook. The app allows users to practice for the G1 Test through sets of randomized test questions. The App offers 3 levels of difficulty, Easy, Hard and Exam Mode.
Bluster is an engaging word-matching game. This word matching game can be played in single-player and multi-player modes, users match rhyming words, prefixes and suffixes, synonyms, homophones, adjectives, and more.
Daily budget is a simple app that helps create a budget. The users enter their regular income, their montly recurring expenses, and their saving goal. With the balance, the app calculates a daily budget. The user is then invited to add expenses, on a daily basis, as they come in.
Habit Hub is a simple app that helps you to get organized and perform your daily routine. You enter each habit or task during a time range when it should be performed. As you go through your tasks, you check them as done. Chronological order and colour coding of the task helps to visualize what…