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We also have a blog about our iPad project with our updates on how the project is going and also academics' and students' views on using iPads in their sessions (http://blog.yorksj.ac.uk/ipadproject/).
Great iPad Apps to Promote Visual Thinking - Today while I was looking for a citation from "Making Thinking Visible: How to Promote Engagement, Understanding, and Independence for All Learners" , it dawned on me to compile a list of the popular iPad apps that promote visual thinking.
How about flipping your classroom using iPad apps ?There are now several apps out there to help you create tutorials and video guides to help your students learn while they are not in class. Be it you want to totally flip your classroom teaching or simply to provide extra help to students, the apps below will definitely help you make a difference in your students learning.
Having accumulated a modest experience in dealing with educational iPad apps, we deem it important that we share with you some of the learning goals you should keep in mind when using iPad with your students. We have particularly associated sets of educational iPad apps with each learning goal to make it easier for you to achieve the targeted goal.
Have you ever thought about remotely controlling your computer via iPad ? Well this is now possible thanks to a set of awesome apps that can facilitate your work flow and increase your productivity. You have got to play around with the apps to find out the ones that work out the best for you. If you have other suggestions or you think I forgot to include an app, please share with us in the comment form below. Your comments are just as informative as the post content itself. Enjoy
Have we ever shared infographic creation apps here ? I checked my archive and was surprised to find not one single post on this topic.We have curated several web tools before that help teachers make engaging and visually infographics but only all of those tools are web-based, now comes the turn for some mobile apps.
After publishing 30 iPad Apps Every Teacher Should Have I curated another list of iPad apps but this time for students. This list is subjective and is based on my own experience as a teacher and as an educational technology researcher and blogger. I included only the apps I think students REALLY need to have some familiarity with in order to better leverage the educational potential of iPad. Just as I said before no matter how many apps I include here there will always be some missing.
I have recently published several guides on the use of iPad in education starting with the best educational iPad apps for teachers and concluding with these tutorials and a soon to be released eBook that will be comprehensive enough to include everything we have covered about iPad so far.
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