Edutopia blogger Monica Burns, recognizing that written storytelling doesn't come easily to every child, has hunted down six iPad apps that will bring fun and creative challenge to learning this essential real-world skill.
It is the best day, people! Literably is now an APP for the iPad!!! Remember when I wrote about Literably before? It's a site that allows you to assign your students reading passages for their lexile...
What motivates students? I’m continually asking myself this question. I can now say I’ve found my answer: Minecraft. "Why play Minecraft in school?" is a question others often ask me. For me, the answer is simple. KIDS LOVE IT! And if kids already have a passion, I try...
Wlingua, A Cool App for English Language Learners and Teachers July 12, 2014 Wlingua is a good language learning app that aims to give your students the chance to improve their English skills outside the classroom. They can learn many things ...
AJ's been playing The Oregon Trail on the iPad so I figured it's time for a round-up of history and geography iPad apps. We haven't tried them all but I'll astrick the ones we've tried and tell you what we thought.
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