"We are seeing more and more iPads in schools. They offer all kinds of possibilities for new ways to teach students. Because they are so portable, it is much easier for students to bring them anywhere they go, and bring the learning with them.
The iPad is even useful for young students because of its intuitive, easy to understand user interface. Almost anyone can pick one up and know exactly how to use it. Of course, the device on its own is not much of an education tool. You need iPad apps for education. Sure, you can use Maps to learn a little geography and Notes to jot down some thoughts, but you really need to download some of the amazing third-party apps out there to make the most out of your iPad. Today, I am here to show you some of the very best iPad apps for students. With these apps, students will become mobile learning machines, ready to soak up knowledge anywhere they go..."
"For this feature we have rounded up some of the best and most useful Filmmaking Apps that our Deal Leader Steve Jobs has approved for the App Store. As more filmmakers explore the possibilities with these powerful mobile devices, we are sure this list will continue to grow.È
Heel wat Vlaamse scholen experimenteren dit schooljaar met tablets in de les. In Blankenberge en Sint-Niklaas rekenen scholen de kosten van deze e-boekentas integraal door aan de ouders, tot afgrijzen van veel armoedeorganisaties.
PicView is a free app which enables you to add voice tags to the images you create on your iPhone or iPad. The images can then be sent to people. It looks from the reviews like there are still a fee bugs with this, but still worth investigating as a way to create an audio visual dictionary.
There are numerous options for recording a video of one’s computer screen but only a few that allow you to record your iPad's screen. Find out how the Disp Recorder app is providing new opportuinties on the iPad.
"So, how exactly do I get my iPad screen to that TV or projector? Well you've got a few options, and they all have their pros and cons. Here's a toolkit that hopefully covers a wide variety of possible scenarios, so you can take your iPad to your next presentation with confidence."
While we’ve witnessed many effective approaches to incorporating iPads successfully in the classroom, we’re struck by the common mistakes many schools are making with iPads, mistakes that are in some cases crippling the success of these initiatives.
"Tablets zijn niet meer uit ons leven weg te denken. Bijna iedere volwassene heeft naast een computer en smartphone ook een tablet. Bij mij thuis is dit ook het geval. Mijn zoontje (6) vindt die tablet toch wel heel interessant, wanneer hij kan (en mag) speelt hij spelletjes. Nadeel is dat die tablet van 10” met leren cover toch wel een beetje zwaar voor kinderen is, en ook niet echt handzaam. En als papa even dingen moet regelen via de tablet dan moet zoonlief hem met volle tegenzin inleveren. Zijn er dan geen tablets voor kids? Jazeker, hier volgen vier leuke tablets voor de kleintjes..."
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