Creating a presentation or slideshow is one of the staples of any 21st Century Classroom. This is a skill that almost every educator has and is a must known skill for any successful student. It used to be that only programs such as PowerPoint could create presentations. However, now there are lots of sites and apps that not only creating stunning presentations but also make it easier then ever. Below is my list
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I can see this being a better fit for transitioning from the PODD book to the iPad than P2G. However, the cost is prohibitive for our family. It would be nice to see an app that would NOT need you purchase the expensive grid 2 in addition to the PODD software.
An online presentation covering a comprehensive overview of the iPad as a part of the UDL Toolkit. With guidance on their use to create inclusive learning environments. Supported by an equally comprehensive list of links to other resources supporting use of iPads to support ALL students.
"Flashcards are no longer stuck to paper. Now with the iPad you can have giant flashcards. There are some fantastic apps that can help you study up for that next big test. Some of these pair with Mac/Windows apps and some are free standing iPad apps. We compare the best ones in this AppGuide."
"You probably saw the title of this post and thought ‘okay there’s no friggin’ way he’s going to assemble a list of the best 50,000 education apps. But thanks to a partnership between Edudemic and FindTheBest, we’ve done just that. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to build a robust directory of, as of this writing, about 56,000 education apps.
But it’s not just a list… it’s a finely tuned directory capable of sorting out all the apps in ways not even available in the iTunes or Android stores."