"iPad is no doubt a great device for almost all purpose in today’s lifestyle. This everyone knows, but what many don’t know about the iPad is that it is also an incredible tool for learning. Yes, you read it right.
When Selecting an app, there is not one app that is perfect for everyone. Every teacher, classroom has different needs from an app. It is recommended that you try at least three or four app in a certain area to figure out which one you need. I usually try 5 or 6 apps to figure out which one I want to use. Every app has something cool that other apps do not have.
If you like audiobooks, chances are good that you love audiobooks. As a group audiobook listeners are likely to be well-educated, exercise frequently, and spend a lot of time in the car.
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Our friends at Online Universities took a recent list of top iOS apps that ran on Edudemic and turned it into a handy visualization that any teacher could refer back to in a time of need. Be sure to scroll down for the list and links to each app ...
iPad is still fascinating me with its huge potential in education. After the Teachers Guide to The Use of iPad in Education and all the other posts I have published about iPad as a learning tool, I am trying today to explore some ways teachers can use this device to improve students' reading skills ...
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.
The iPad has found its way into hospitals, retail stores and homes across the nation, but it’s also making a big splash in the classroom.… (RT @gallit_z: RT @gallit_z: “@hughtheteacher: MT @JudyArzt: 40 iPad Apps For Science
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