Best of Education Youtube Apps

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November 1st, 2018

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Pavan Sethi
Pavan Sethi- building things.
freeCodeCamp is a great place to start - as you can tell by the name, it's totally free and they do a really good job of starting off simple and slowly adding difficulty with each lesson. I think CodeAcademy holds your hand a little too much, whereas freeCodeCamp was the right amount of difficult to allow you to learn a little more.
Mohammed Rafy
Mohammed Rafy- All things Community
This is one of the interesting platforms I came across while I was starting to code. I had already used and completed most of the resources for the web like HTML, JavaScript, CSS through Codecademy but when I came across freeCodeCamp I restarted again. It's awesome and it's free. ;)
Jose Niño Pérez
Jose Niño Pérez- Data, Tech and Social Science
The freCodeCamp community is a key asset. The newsletters and Medium posts are a great aditional resource. Depending on your interest you will find a lot of relevant content and recommendations. For instance, I am into data science and regularly get on my Medium digest well explained and analyzed resources (e.g. Check this or that MOOC for learning about Neu… See more
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sam
sam- Assistant Principal. Father of twins.
Field Notes for Education. New resources for use in the classroom or lecture hall. Each issue includes two solid resources to immediately elevate your education technology game. Plus one website to satisfy your appetite for the strange and unusual.
jjjjared.
jjjjared.- Founder of StreamWork, Student
Late to the party, but after going through Ed Hunt's website, it really is a Product Hunt for edtech. As a student heavily involved in the education community, this is super rad! :D

Take a picture of homework, and learn what you need

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Olivia Lin
Olivia Lin- Growth and Operations Lead, Socratic
Students take a photo of a homework question and can get help in all subjects. Useful for college freshmen if they need a refresher on math/science topics that carry over from high school. P.S. I work at Socratic and wish I had this when I was in high school, so I may be biased :P
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The Verge
A little confession from me. I was homeschooled (that's not the confession part), and in 8th grade my algebra textbook had the answers to half the problems in the back. And when I was stumped, I would cheat. Sorry, mom!
Digital Trends
The days when students have to flip through textbooks to find solutions to homework problems may soon be coming to an end. Rather, they will be taking pictures with their smartphones to feed problems into an artificially intelligent app if Socratic has its way.
Android Police - Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets
Socratic was launched for Android on May 2nd, but it has been on iOS under the name Homework Genius since last year. It has a pretty interesting premise: you take pictures of your homework, and it tells you about the topic and provides answers. How well does it actually work, though?
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