Technology advances at a fast pace, especially in the Android universe. If in terms of smartphones there is not much progress lately, in the development of apps we always see something new and useful. An interesting field of study. With that in mind, we've put together 7 apps that help teachers and students organize their study, from high school to university.
Today's generation of young people is the most connected to each other in all of history. In this respect, apps have gained an important role in helping to organize studies, as well as in accessing content that supports what has happened in schools and universities. For example, distance learning students supply the absence of a teacher, physically speaking, by searching for complementary material on the Internet. In addition, apps play a key role in connecting students and teachers beyond the classroom. That's right, it is now commonplace for students and teachers to communicate outside the school environment through online means.
Let's go then to our list. They are apps for all ages or phase of study, whether in high school, college or college. In addition, it is very useful for those who teach. Many of them serve to organize life, that is, they are not restricted to students only. Let's go.
1. Portuguese dictionary, completely offline
The Portuguese Language Dictionary app has over 35,000 words, which you can search without requiring an internet connection. The ideal app for elementary, middle school, college and postgraduate students and teachers.
A very nice feature that I found in this dictionary is the fact that it has the option called "Word of the day". It reminds you to learn one word a day, thus increasing your vocabulary.
Portuguese Language Dictionary
2. English Dictionary, Offline and Free
There are several offline dictionaries on Google Play, but they are all paid for and very expensive. The English-Portuguese Dictionary Fr is an indispensable app for any student, whether in languages or not. It is free and offline and owes nothing to the most famous. Just a little bit of design, but that's not his focus.
English-Portuguese Dictionary Fr
Estuda ENEM and Entrance Exam
Evernote needs no introduction, the most widely used organization app in the world and is present on all current platforms. It is also an excellent tool for organizing your study routine. Through it, you can write down anything you want, anytime, and share your records with friends. Through the search engine, you can find articles, documents and images of interest.
It's interesting that it can be a great option to use during class. With it you can create audio notes, take photos, attach pdfs and more, putting everything in one note. That is, you can capture everything that happens in a class. A tip is to create notebooks, name each one with a subject, and save the notes in the respective subjects. A true virtual file.
5. Pomodoro Challenge Timer
The Pomodoro Mtodo was created by the Italian Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s and is based on the assumption that short breaks between activities ensure greater focus during work. Cirillo began using a tomato-shaped kitchen timer (in Italian, pomodoro) to set hard work breaks as well as short rest times.
Based on this method, the Pomodoro Challenge Timer app can help you better manage your time and track your productivity. By tracking your performance, the Pomodoro Challenge helps you identify which days of the week you are most productive, and helps you build feedback on your own performance over time. For those who like to develop productivity management methods, an exceptional tool.
Productivity Challenge Timer
6. I went straight
Through a collaborative academic network, Passei Direto encourages the connection of university students to knowledge in various areas of training, free of charge. In the app, you can chat via chat, share study materials and explore your colleagues' playlists, and even receive internship opportunities and trainee programs.
Passed Direct: the best app for you to study
For the curious who go beyond the content seen in the classroom, TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) lectures are good options. Available for free, with subtitles in several languages, including Portuguese, hundreds of videos and lectures from researchers and personalities of technology and entertainment can be found in the app.
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