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Evaluating Apps with Transformative Use of the iPad in Mind

Evaluating Apps with Transformative Use of the iPad in Mind | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it

From the fabulous Langwitches blog:

The app development market is exploding. More and more companies are creating “educational apps”. In some cases, they are simply digital versions of a book or a web based tool. Some seem to have “no educational value” to it at all, but are still sold under the label of “education”. Although, I usually don’t resort to borderline cuss words, I really liked the expression of “crapware”, Sarah Perez over at TechCrunch used when she was reviewing a new app for the Pre-School/Kindergarten crowd. 

**Langwitch has created the following iPad App Evaluation for the classroom info-flyer to be used by teachers to critically look at each app they are contemplating using with their students.


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Literature & iPads | École New Era School

Literature & iPads | École New Era School | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it

Literature & iPads. Lots of great resources for supporting literature in the classroom using the iPads.

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Agents of Change: Facilitating Inquiry Based "Mobile" Learning

Agents of Change: Facilitating Inquiry Based "Mobile" Learning | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it
Mobile learning environments, such as the combination of the iPad with cloud-computing services, provide an orchestra of possibilities for Inquiry-based learning. Within one device students can...

 

Great site from Diane Darrow to support inquiry learning on the iPad.

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Eric Carle Inspired MadLips iPad App-tivity

Eric Carle Inspired MadLips iPad App-tivity | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it
Eilidh finished her Zoo School with a performance of Eric Carle’s “Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?”. Meanwhile back in the lab, we were trying out a new app called MadLi...

 

Great iLesson from a home schooling father using the app Mad Lips to recreate an Eric Carle book. Compiled in iMovie.

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Pop in with BrainPOP « techchef4u

Pop in with BrainPOP « techchef4u | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it

BrainPop webinar is available in archive. Featured 16+ apps for student productivity in the iClassroom and showcased multiple ways they could be used to support various content areas and grade levels.

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25 Ways To Use iPads In The Classroom by Degree of Difficulty | Edudemic

25 Ways To Use iPads In The Classroom by Degree of Difficulty | Edudemic | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it

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14 Ways to Use Garageband in the Classroom

14 Ways to Use Garageband in the Classroom | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it
RT@kylepace: 14 Ways to Use GarageBand in the Classroom http://t.co/ktTDvG3O @myen...

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QR Code Countdown

I thought that I would experiment by creating my own countdown calendar for my daughter this year using QR codes.  It seems to me, during this busy time of the year, that it might help to remember...
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iPad Lessons » Text To All

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iPad Lessons · Uncategorized Add comments. Mar 272012. Via Scoop.it – Tech Pedagogy. I think Lisa Johnson has re-purposed her own work very handily on Pinterest. Makes me think of all the portfolio possibilities inherent in linking a blog ...
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Apps in Education: Jackpot: iPad Lessons

Apps in Education: Jackpot: iPad Lessons | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it

A growing board of 75 iPad Lessons in multiple content areas and grade levels.

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'Our Pad' App: Setting up the iPad for Shared Use Among Multiple Users

'Our Pad' App: Setting up the iPad for Shared Use Among Multiple Users | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it

The iPad is inherently an individualized device - the app 'Our Pad' makes it easier to work around that.


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Moving at the Speed of Creativity - iGeography by Jenny Ashby (Workflows for Learning with iPads)

Moving at the Speed of Creativity - iGeography by Jenny Ashby (Workflows for Learning with iPads) | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it

Fantastic resources for geography in the iClassroom from Jenny Ashby presented at Mobile 2012. 

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Climbing the Bloom’s Ladder with HOT Web Apps « techchef4u

Climbing the Bloom’s Ladder with HOT Web Apps « techchef4u | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it

Resources for using Web apps like Quizlet and Todays Meet to support Bloom's Taxonomy in all content areas.

 

Quizlet and Todays Meet both can be accessed from iPad or computer.

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Mobile 2012 “Simple Ideas for Powerful Sharing” Media Scavenger Hunt - wesfryer

Mobile 2012 “Simple Ideas for Powerful Sharing” Media Scavenger Hunt - wesfryer | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it
Wiki Site of Wesley Fryer...

 

App-tastic and thorough ideas for a media scavenger hunt utilizing mobile devices. The topic is "simple ideas for powerful sharing" and was developed by Wes Freyer. Perfect for a staff development or a classroom.

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How to Create and Assess Student Quizzes on Your iPad

How to Create and Assess Student Quizzes on Your iPad | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it
How to Create and Assess Student Quizzes on your iPad...

 

Testmoz is a FREE online tool to create and assess student quizzes on your iPad (or computer). Perfect to gather info about your iLesson in your iClassroom.

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iSnap 2 Learn: SnapGuides 4 the Classroom

iSnap 2 Learn: SnapGuides 4 the Classroom | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it

Pinterest page of Snapguides that provide inspiration for the iClassroom: ideas for ways to deliver tech tips and instruction and examples of student products.

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Learning and Teaching with iPads: Discovery learning with augmented reality

Learning and Teaching with iPads: Discovery learning with augmented reality | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it
Discovery learning with augmented reality http://t.co/0sdMQukz via @myen something to explore #edtech #edchat...

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iPad Literature Circles

iPad Literature Circles | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it
There a several apps useful for downloading electronic books. The following apps are some of the primary virtual bookstores.

Also check out the resources tab!


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5 Ways to be Green with your iPad! « techchef4u

5 Ways to be Green with your iPad! « techchef4u | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it

5 different student iPad activities to support Earth Day!

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Ways to Evaluate Educational Apps

Ways to Evaluate Educational Apps | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it
I am conducting a series of workshops in Florida and was asked to share a rubric to help teachers ...
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How I Spend My Time

How I Spend My Time | iPad Lessons | Scoop.it
It includes everything from taking a 10 minute break to rest my eyes, to other forms of entertainment like playing iPad games, and general “free” time that's hard to define. Read/Study – 11:25 total (1:38 avg) I spend a lot of time ...
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