21 Common Core-Aligned Math Apps For High School Students From edshelf


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If your high school has adopted Common Core Standards and provides students with iPads (either 1:1 or via an iPad cart), you will need to find apps that map to these standards.

And if you teach math, you are in luck. Math and engineering teacher Chris Beyerle from South Carolina curates this collection of math apps. These map to the eight Standards for Mathematical Practice. That’s CCSS.Math.Practice.MP1 to CCSS.Math.Practice.MP8.

Which math apps do you use?

21 Common Core-Aligned Math Apps for High School Students From edshelf

NOTE: Chris has added more tools to this collection since this article was published. The latest tools are reflected below.

Image attribution flickr user usnavalwarcollegeri

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    If that kind of application can help them to know about mathematics even better then it’s really important for them. I like you article as well as the applications that you have shared which is really useful in education.

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    We recommend to use 21 Common Core-Aligned Math Apps For High School Students for education.
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  • Student

    One of the best Math app (iPhone) for High School student (as well as for College) is Symbolab – calculator with steps.

  • Jeff

    Awesome apps, thanks for sharing!

  • Jeff

    Desmos is awesome for graphing, but is it really a substitute for the graphing calculator?

    • Kim Stichnote

      I don’t think it is a substitute, but if a student can’t see it on the graphing calculator (83 or 84) then the color coding on Desmos is helpful. I think Desmos is more intuitive than the graphing calculator, but I use both and try to fit the tool to,the situation and student.

  • Lisa Winer

    I don’t know why but I can no longer click a link to see the apps.

    • http://me.mikelee.org/ Mike Lee

      I’m sorry about that. The links came from an embedded edshelf widget, and when the site was down for a few days, the widget wasn’t showing up anymore. It is back now, so you can see the links again. Sorry for the inconvenience!