Teaching Table is an iPad application that allows teachers to create interactive math lessons for their students. The app lets students learn and solve problems by interacting with digital manipulatives - visual representations of math concepts.
Teachers, librarians, principals, and district-level administrators are all more likely than the general public to be users of smartphones or tablet computers, such as the iPad, it says, while principals and district administrators ...
Using iPad for reading is something we all enjoy doing; but what about when reading articles in a foreign language ? It is highly probably that you will come across vocabulary you don't know. Of course you might guess the meaning of words from the context in which they are used but this can never replace a clear and definite explanation of a dictionary.To help you find translations of the new words you come across, they have compiled a list of some of the best free iPad translator apps.
As the name suggests, Explain Everything is an easy-to-use screencasting iOS app that allows users to annotate, animate, and narrate anything and everything! No kidding! This “cool tool” takes screencasting to a new level! Import photos, PDF, PPT, XLS, RTF, Pages, Numbers and Keynote from Dropbox, Evernote, email, the iPad photo library or the iPad 2 camera and then have at it! Explain Everything can also simulate an interactive whiteboard with the iPad 2 and 3 video display. How sweet is that?
Pinterest now has an iPad app. Here’s how the App Store page for the app introduces Pinterest:
Pinterest is where you can dream about, plan, and prepare for the things you want to do in your life. Whether it’s vacation plans, newgadgets, favorite recipes, fashion or the latest home decor, Pinterest is an easy way for you to make the most of it. Quickly and easily save and organize your inspirations with your iPhone or iPad.
Previously I did a post as well as a video introducing the Apple Configurator. 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.
Apps offer a unique way to help elementary students practice math skills. By turning math into a game or combining it with technology, even your struggling students will enjoy building their math skills using a smartphone or tablet.