Last week’s settlement mandating Apple to repay $32.5 million to parents whose children made unauthorized in-app purchases might have some thinking that parents do not want to spend money on apps for their kids.
"Here is a set of some interesting educational apps which have gone free but only for a limited time so grab them before the offer expires. I learned about these offers from Apps Gone Free. Check them out below and share with us what you think of them :"
This seems really cool, so sad that it's not free. It makes me wonder if there is a different program similar to this that I could get for free. This would be a great alternative or motivator for those who are not as interested in writing/pre-writing and reading activities. This could be paired with the puppet and the interactive reader map!
I find that younger children tend to focus better with recorded books as opposed to being read out loud by the teacher. This app would be a great way to draw children into reading more. It also is a great example of fluency for children. Plus, it's interactive so it helps the child be more involved in what he or she is learning.
Imagine a classroom where the students have the ability to spend their class time collaborating with other students, receiving additional support from the teacher, or working on hands on projects with their peers. A hands-on enriched classroom is possible with blended learning.
"As is the case with Educational Web Tools section here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning, I have recently created another section where I will be featuring the new educational iPad apps. This biweekly list will feature some of the new iPad apps I discover through other teachers' blogs and websites. Below is the selection I compiled for you today comprising some of the educational iPad apps that have been making rounds online for the last couple of weeks."
Love this! This would be an easy way for children to create their own plays, especially my little guys! We have iPads and touch screen computers in our computer lab so, I think that the navigation of this app would be easy and with minimal teach involvement.
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