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Below are 5 apps that will be essential to making this pilot work. Dropbox Dropbox is going to be key in having a class set of iPads. I had all of my students set up Dropbox accounts using their school email addresses at the very start of the school year. I created a shared folder that all students have access to. Evernote As students do research for various projects and essays, Evernote will be a great tool for them to store websites they want for later. Although a separate app, I will add Evernote Peek here as well. Twitter My students will be engaged in the back channel on a regular basis. Prezi Viewer I have banned Power Points in my classroom and have encouraged students to use other presentation tools.
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