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Check out the list and the features of all apps to be informed and know the dangers at

Excerpt list:

1. Whisper

2. ASKfm

3. Private Photos (Calculator%)

4. HiCalculator

5. Hide It Pro

6. Yik Yak


Augmented reality offers a deeper and richer interaction between learners and content. Find here some currently used apps and the reasons for their popularity at


What are Executive Functioning Skills?

Executive functioning skills (EF), located in the brain’s pre-frontal cortex, help direct and control other brain functions and movements that lead to academic and personal success. Executive functioning (EF) skills have been compared to the conductor of an orchestra or the flight control tower at an airport. These skills will continue to develop until around the age of 25 when research in brain development has shown that the pre-frontal cortex reaches maturity.

In K-12 students, whose executive functioning skills are not yet fully developed, regulation of these skills often falls on parents and educators. These adults often function as the frontal lobe of the developing student’s brain and provide the needed external prompts, cues, and reminders to accomplish tasks, manage time, and stay organized.

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At Excerpt short list:

  • Notability
  • FlowVella Presentation App
  • Todoist: Organize your life
  • MindNode 2
  • Microsoft OneNote
  • Remind: Safe Classroom Communication
  • Wunderlist: To-Do List & Tasks
  • Skitch – Snap. Mark up. Share
  • Explain Everything Player




Find the why and how here at The Secret Power of ‘Read It Later’ Apps



On top of that core function they add features like favoriting, tags, search, cross-platform syncing, recommended content, offline viewing, and archiving. The most popular options are:

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