Every good teacher is interested in getting him or herself abreast with current happenings around him or her. The world keeps changing with how information is spread on traditional media and other platforms.
Since no man is the epitome of knowledge, thorough researching before going before your learners as a teacher is a perfect way of being on top of issues.
Just imagine how disgraceful your face would look like after telling your learners that there are nine planets as of now whilst Pluto isn’t part any longer. Pluto, in this case, was originally known as the ninth planet in the solar system but reclassified in 2006 as a dwarf planet; the brightest and first known Kuiper belt object; represented by the symbol ♇ in astronomy and in astrology. (Quora.com)
With so many things updated all over the world, it becomes a trap for any trained teacher in this current world to stick to only available notes or old textbooks as a reference point in the field of study. There are some indispensable apps that should never be absent on your phone as an information age teacher. Apps such as offline dictionary, pdf reader, any sane browser (preferably google chrome or phoenix browser), syllabus or curriculum software, etc should always be the first stuff seen on your phone as a professional teacher who is interested in educating the learners in all circumstances.
Here, I bring to you some apps and corresponding links for downloads that should always be on your phone as a modern teacher.
Check out these apps below;
Syllabus app (Old curriculum)