Does the iPad foster or hinder creativity? Is it a comprehensive tool or just a mere distraction? Do we use the iPad just because it makes our classroom look cool? Are we missing the forest for the trees here?
We will be interviewing George Couros on Monday, May 27. We will be interviewing Wes Fryer on the show the following week. All interviewees are asked to share 3 ap ps and 3 educators to add to your PLN.
In less than three weeks, Apple CEO Tim Cook will take to the podium at the Worldwide Developers Conference to deliver his keynote. With this event, we’ll finally have a better idea of what Cupertino is planning for the year.
All I need is a Google Doc..... And away I go....... I love using List.ly to create different lists that help teachers organize their thoughts. My friend, Jeff Bradbury , attended #edcampphilly this past Saturday.
NPR (blog) Young Kenyans Build Mobile Apps For Local Use NPR (blog) Twendeloo is still only an idea in the mind of its developer, Andrew Moro, one of the young Kenyans competing in a "mobile apps garage showcase" this weekend in Nairobi for prizes...
Four Location-Enabled Apps to Try This Summer TIME Let's face it: location-enabled apps are not going anywhere. With more than 770 million GPS-enabled smartphones worldwide, a new crop of geo-location apps are announced every month.
South Australia is about to get its first Apple Store. Located in Rundle Mall, Adelaide, the all-new retail store has a “Grand Opening” event scheduled for this Saturday, May 25, 2013, at 10 a.m. local time.
AppAdvice has teamed up with Cogent in order to offer you a chance to win one of three promo codes for its flagship iOS app, Readtime. Readtime was the featured app in last week’s edition of Shelf Control, my weekly column on iOS-enabled reading.