"There’s lots of talk of the SAMR model, which simplifies the common process that people go through when introducing any technology, designed by Ruben R. Puentedura. This of course applies to introducing iPads too. There are 1000s of great examples of iPad use in primary / elementary schools but not as many in high schools. I thought I would produce a version of this process that is common with many teachers in secondary / high schools. It’s a little tongue-in-cheek but might give some people ideas about how it relates directly to pedagogy."
"Mobile devices have been making in-roads into the learning space since their debut. The mobile tablet, especially, will continue to progress to the head of the class. To salute this ongoing trend, we aim to acknowledge outstanding apps and app developers in the education app industry that go above and beyond excellent.
Teachers With Apps is pleased to unveil their Teachers With Apps Certified Apps program. This Certification was designed to recognize and applaud Apps that are exemplary. The Teachers With Apps Certified badge of approval is awarded, on a quarterly basis, to education apps that prove exemplary in the following areas: content, presentation, and execution, as well as overall user experience."
"“Appy” Holidays from your Bellevue Public Schools Techngology Trainers: Ann, Brent, and Jenny. Our gift to all you “Appy” teachers this holiday season are FIVE ways to APP Smash! Appy smashing happens when you combine the power of more than one app to create something incredible. Below are five of our “go to” apps and fun ideas on how to smash them together with other fantastic apps to take awesome to a whole new level!"
What are the essential iOS apps for the backyard astronomer? John Martellaro catalogs some of the most notable iOS apps that round out suite of operational and educational apps for the amateur stargazer using an iPad or iPhone.
"I recently bought my 88-year-old Uncle Leonard his first iPad as a gift and had it mailed directly to him. It seemed like a good idea until I realized — wait a minute — he doesn't know how to set it up.
So I quickly dashed out instructions, along with suggestions for 10 great apps to download, to begin his iPad experience.
It's a good list, so I'd like to share it with all of you who might have a new tablet in your life this holiday season. All the below apps are free."
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