Collection of resources realted to iPads in K12 education curated by Kathy Schrock. There are lots of lists of suggested apps generated by multiple schools. if you have some time to spend just browsing, this seems a good place to start.
Stories About Me is an Apple iPad application designed specifically for kids with autism, kids with special needs and disabilities, and early learners in general. The application helps the users to create situational stories about themselves, and to share what they think and feel with others.
List of Free Education iPad Apps - Recommended by STaRT Education. Free apps listView more documents from Gary [more] · Recommended List of Free iPad Apps for Education. This is not an exhaustive list.
So this summer it is a goal of mine to start using my iPad in new ways. Things like recording audio tracks on it or connecting my keyboards to it and using the iPad as the sequencer. These are things I know are possible and have been reading about.
Today we are going to walkthrough setting up the devices for the first time in a cart situation in which you do not have to activate all of the individual devices. You can think of this like “imaging” the devices.
For many kids, especially visual learners, algebra is an enigma that confuses and discourages. Fortunately, technology has a way of providing help and the iPad as an educational tool is very useful with the right apps.
Discussions about technology in just about every school eventually turn to whether the iPad is a worthwhile device to deploy to students. Reactions will vary widely from gushing to … whatever the extreme opposite of gushing is.
Just like the name says, this app sports more than 70 different games and activities to play, create, observe, learn and DISCOVER. This brilliant app centers all of these games around a nature/animal theme.