31 iPad Apps For A Smoother-Running Classroom - TeachThought on education curated by ashley merced (31 iPad Apps For A Smoother-Running Classroom - TeachThought | @scoopit via @joevans http://t.co/2xWYuouzal)...
"If you’re looking to reduce your paper trail, keep parents in the loop and find more efficient ways to manage your students’ behavior, there are apps to help you do it. Below are some of the best apps to help teachers manage their classroom. The list has been generously created and shared with us by MaryGrove College."
"Below is a list of some great iPad apps for learning English. I curated the list in such a way that beginners both native and non-native speakers of English would find these apps helpful in consolidating their linguistic capacities in English."
Are you ready to make technology and creativity a big part of your classroom? Technology inspires creativity like little else and it's time to take a close look at what technology really means for your classroom.
"Have you tried 30 Hands yet? This free iOS app is a great storytelling or presentation app that has lots of potential for the classroom. I first learned about it from the TCEA iPad site, and my head has been spinning with classroom applications ever since."
"I just received this graphic from a fellow teacher and want to share it with you here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. The graphic features some iPad apps that support different thinking skills of Bloom's Taxonomy. The apps are arranged in such a way to improve the thinking skill they pertain to. This is assembled by Kathy Schrok whose Guide for Everything is a resource I recommend for everyone of you ."
Any while many of these apps are for students, the following list of apps from Sam Gliksman can be considered for both teachers and students, and an excellent foundation slew of apps for any 21st century teacher. From GoodReader and Slide Shark to Printopia and Air Display, all fill different niches of 21st century learning, and the many possibilities the iPad affords."
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