Taking a look at five tough iPad cases to help your classroom devices weather the storm of student use! (RT @Edubeat: 5 Tough iPad Cases For Your Classroom: A month or so ago, I was in a little surf shop...
Get National Geographic World Atlas on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.
Andrew 's insight:
Although reviews are poor, National Geographic is offering this App FREE for a limited time. I would think that the developers will fix all the glitches, but if you wait till then you will have to buy it.
Apple added 4- and 5-finger gestures last October, but the features don’t seem commonly used. After two weeks with my new iPad, however, I’m suddenly taking advantage of these gestures and they make the iPad experience even better.
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Last week included Digital Learning Day. Didn’t realize it? You’re not alone. Do not, however, mistake the lack of awareness about the day with a concurrent lack of enthusiasm about the role of technology in educating preK-12 students.
Apple iPad is a magical window which can also serve as a great educational tool. The iTunes store bags numerous science apps for iPad with which you can make learning science much easier than ever before.
This slide is the inspiration for this blog post. I personally, have been on a crusade to let my students create rather than spoon feed them content. I want them to play with the information I give them, I went them to feel a sense of ownership of the knowledge and I want them to create something using the knowledge I have given them.
Below are the slides I submitted to Sumit Vishwakarma, iPad artist and speaker. He will be including Dryden's art program in his presentation at the MacWorld Conference in San Francisco titled iPad Art Innovation. I also sent him a video with footage and stills of my students exploring and creating on their iPads (scroll down). If you are interested in exploring more ideas for using iPads in art, take a look at myCreating on iPads page with tutorials, examples, and files for experimentation.:
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