New and innovative ways to better use the iPad in teaching!
This is undoubtedly the best promo available so far on teachingwithipad.org. Any iPad educator who already has a projector set up in the classroom can definitely take advantage of reflector, available for both Mac and PC.
Write to Read is an impressive book creator app in which children from the age of three can use their imagination to create their own books on iPads including both text and photos. The app provides parents and children with the opportunity to interact with one another, where the child is encouraged to use his creativity and craft a DIGITAL BOOK which can proudly be shared with family and friends.
Flickr, a photo service that was very popular a few years ago, is making a huge comeback. It seemed like no one was using it the past couple years since … Continue reading
Evernote makes it easy to remember things big and small from your everyday life using your computer, phone, tablet and the web. -Evernote.com (Try out ONE MONTH of the Premium … Continue reading
It was an exciting week for Apple fans. I had some interesting conversations regarding Apple’s new operating system, iOS 7: “I don’t like this new iOS! I don’t know what … Continue reading
**Update November 2013! Looks like this app has been pulled from the App Store. If you were able to download it, do NOT update! —————————————– Grab this app while you … Continue reading
“Storypanda is an iPad story platform that brings families together by enabling them to read, create and share kids stories. One App, Unlimited stories.” With this interactive children's book … Continue reading
It is safe to say that most teachers have struggled with classroom management at one point or another in their careers. As we gain teaching experience, our management ideally should … Continue reading
Now that it's the middle of summer, rubrics are probably the furthest thing from your minds. However, unfortunately it won't be long from now that we will be knee-deep in … Continue reading
Handwriting, many will argue, is becoming a lost art in this world of technology that the students are growing up in. Why not amalgamate the two, instead of having to … Continue reading