"n the past two weeks, EdTechTeacher’s Tom Daccord, Greg Kulowiec, and Beth Holland have traveled to schools and districts in Medfield, MA, Chicago, IL, Toledo, OH, Lafayette, LA, and Ft. Lauderdale, FL for iPad workshops at every grade level from K-12. As a result, a few new concepts and activities have come to the surface."
I work at a school where the students’ mobile phones aren’t allowed into the classroom. We’d love to deploy iPads on a wider basis, but we don’t know how to restrict iMessage. We’re already using LocPad to restrict the students’ website access on their iPads just to the few we need in the math classroom, but we don’t know how to restrict iMessage.
This infographic reaffirms how difficult it can be to “sift and winnow” apps when there are more than 67,000 educational iPad apps. Finding the right one to support individuals with special needs can be a challenge and take time!"
"If you've been experiencing some disappointing kids apps lately, then it may be time to upgrade and/or expand whom you consult for kids app reviews to find the best iPad and iPhone apps for your kids. Whether you're a parent, grandparent, teacher or educator, this list of 100+ kids app review sites should help you do that well. It provides live links to iOS kids app review websites, at-a-glance reviewer perspectives and credentials, and each reviewer's kids app focus by age and type (i.e., books, games, educational/ learning and special needs apps)."