Many educators are realizing that the most powerful apps are those that allow for student creation. Some apps, for example Pages, Explain Everything and Popplet, push students to demonstrate, apply and synthesize their learning.
Workflow options are really important if you are using your iPad for productivity. Here are some familiar and great suggestions.
Paul Hamilton, blogger of Free Resources on the Net for Every Learner, provides an updated list of apps to support learners who struggle with reading and writing. Many are familiar and favorites of mine as well as a few new that I might be using a different app for. All in all it is a great updated list to check on what else might be out there to support struggling learners.
Check out Paul Hamiliton's list, are these tools in your OT or Education m/iTool Kit?
The iTunes Store, App Store, iBookstore, and Mac App Store share the same Apple ID account. To create a new Apple ID for use on iTunes Store, App Store, iBookstore, and Mac App Store without a credit card, follow the steps below.
Ever wondered what the top Educational App is in iTunes? What's the most popular subject? Well look no further. We've put together an Infographic about the educational apps in the ITunes store for August 2012!
Recommendations for word processing apps from TechShout. Sometimes you just need dedicated productivity apps to create forms, spread sheets or presentations in a standard format. Here are some good choices with good workflow possibilities.