New and innovative ways to better use the iPad in teaching!
We witnessed a family of three, a mom and a dad, and their little girl of about two years old, Who had nothing to do while waiting for food because both of her parents were on their phones. Both were doing their own thing, while the daughter just patiently sat there, doing nothing.
Basic Post: Free up space on your iPad and iPhone! (**Update: I’ve written a second part: Click here after reading this post!) With all the apps that I download on … Continue reading
Here is an affordable way to mirror your iPad/iPhone in your classroom if you do not wish to purchase the $99 AppleTV. Reflector ($12.99, formerly known as Reflection) is a … Continue reading
**This post has been updated January 2013 to show homeroom teachers how to duplicate a class for different subjects! Scroll to the bottom. Teacherkit for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch … Continue reading
All teachers who do any sort of numerical grading will appreciate the app Grade It! (free, with a $.99 upgrade). This app is simple to use and will save educators … Continue reading
As you may have noticed in my past few posts, I have made my iPhone and iPad screenshots with the added frame of the devices themselves. This is thanks to … Continue reading
**Update February 18, 2013 Great news! Thanks to reader Justin, it looks like TubeBox Pro has be re-released under a new name: Instatube. Go download it while it’s free and … Continue reading
Teachers who enjoy playing any types of games or competitions in their classes will enjoy Game Show Soundboard (iTunes link), a free sound effects app that I found while … Continue reading
I like to read about new apps and am downloading and trying them out all the time. I read this post awhile back that encouraged users to organize their App … Continue reading
With the new iPhone 5, fifth generation iPod touch, and newest iPod Nano, Apple has introduced the new lightning connector. It replaces the 30-pin connector that we have all become … Continue reading