Pasco school officials seeing good results from iPad program Mid Columbia Tri City Herald About 40 books in English and Spanish were loaded on each iPad through an app, as well as math-centered game apps.
iPads, iPods and other tablets are becoming more commonplace in the classroom, and schools are filling their devices with lots of Apps. Teachers could be missing valuable opportunities to truly embed the use of iPads in the classroom.
Accessibility options are what allow the iPhone and iPad to be used by those who can't see or can't hear or can't touch. It's what lets the iPad be friendlier to those with vertigo or motion sickness, asperges or autism.
Game on! Gamification Resources for the iPad Here is another presentation that I am giving this week at the Lone Star TIA Conference in Dention, Texas. This presentation is specific to the iPad, but...
It took a little while for the apps to come into their own, but we're at a place now where the iPad has nearly as good of a selection of apps as the iPhone. Now, it's harder than ever to find apps that are worthwhile.