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10 interactive math apps for K-12 students. By Laura Devaney, Managing Editor, @eSN_Laura Read more by Laura Devaney January 13th, 2014 These 10 math apps can boost student enthusiasm for math subjects Research has proven that developing and sustaining students’ interest in math at an early age leads to future success in more difficult and complex math courses.
With the emergence of mobile and handheld devices through both one-to-one and bring-your-own-technology initiatives, students and teachers have more access to tools and apps to aid in math instruction and learning. Following are 10 such apps. Do you have a favorite? [Editor's note: Prices are current as of press time. 1. This logic game is based on simple math equations. Learning Clip - IWB Resources for Primary Maths. Holy Cross High School. Mathlanding.org. - Top 50 Math Sites and Apps.
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