"Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has started featuring the best of web and mobile apps for the year 2012. We are partnering with our sister blog Free Mobile Technology for Teachers http://www.freemobiletech.com/2012/12/9-great-math-apps-for-android.html to provide you with lists of the featured educational apps in every possible content area. Today we have chosen to cover iPad apps for Math. The ones we have included below are among the best you can find out there , I know we will get emails from people wondering why we did not feature certain apps, but as you know, for any app to be featured here it needs to go through a rigorous process of selection. We don't just include whatever and we have talked about this in details in previous posts."
"I would just like to quickly let you iPad teachers know of a great iPad resource: The iPads in Education Scoop.it page. This website is curated by John Evans, and has many new and interesting articles every day regarding iPads in education."
A big Thanks to Steve Lai for his blog post about iPads in Education on Scoop.it! - John
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