App Reviews - Kids Apps. Games shine but movie summary lacks pizzazz. csm_app Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, Nook HD Space-themed strategy game is difficult but rewarding.
Devices: iPad Beautiful bugs inspire creativity in well-rounded app. Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad Rollicking monster-truck fun, minus the noise. Beautiful glass-breaking game simply mesmerizes. Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android Addictive app with familiar gameplay -- and an age mismatch. Great gameplay, but pet theme lures kids too young to play. Editors' pick Busy Shapes mimics a real-world environment for kids to explore but also gives them the safe, appropriately stimulating way to explore the digital world that will be part of their experience. Cute baby versions of TV favorites, but lots of crying. Good card game limits itself unnecessarily with purchases. App Review - TeacherCast. English iPad Apps. Using Multiple iTunes Libraries on One Computer.
Did you know that it's possible to have multiple iTunes libraries, with completely separate content in them, on one computer?
While not only a neat lesser-known feature, it also helps you: Keep separate each person's music, movies, and apps on a family computer shared by more than one family memberSync multiple iPods, iPhones, or iPads to a single computer without getting other people's music on your device unintentionally (other options for this include using playlists, using the iPod management screen, and multiple user accounts). This technique works with iTunes 9.2 and higher. Having multiple iTunes libraries is similar to having two separate computers each with iTunes on them. The libraries are completely separate: Music, movies, or apps that you add to one library won't be added to the other unless you copy the files to it. To use multiple iTunes libraries on your computer, you first have to create them. Support - iPad. iPads for Education. Things to Know about Apps & Apple Devices. I've put together a list of things to know about iOS, apps, iTunes, and the App Store: Some software programs for Apple handhelds (known as "apps") come preinstalled on every device, including Safari for web browsing, Mail for email, and Notes for text files.You can download and install many more apps from the App Store.
The App Store can be found in two places: in iTunes on Mac and Windows computers or in its own app on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.The App Store is organized in categories, including Games, Education, Photography, and Productivity.In addition to browsing categories, you can search the App Store. In iTunes you can perform a Power Search to filter results to free apps or a specific device. Alternatively, you can browse and search app at AppShopper.com. AppShopper's search results are more detailed than iTunes'.Approximately 34% of all apps are free of charge and another 31% are 99¢.
Apps in Education. K-5 iPad Apps for Remembering: Part One of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy. (Updated 10/2013) It is Benjamin Bloom's belief that the entry point to learning is the acquisition of knowledge.
He postulates that a solid foundation of terms, facts, theories, and skills is the educational base that will allow the mind to evaluate information effectively and inspire innovation. Our schools' emphasis on and devotion to standards-based instruction and high-stakes testing reflects a desire for students to become proficient at memorizing terms, and facts as well as and mastering various sets of skills. Yet, we live in an age of "too much information" where facts are readily available on the mobile devices carried in our pockets. Knowledge is now accessible with just a swift swipe of a finger. Educators sensitive to these changing needs are embracing the cognitive domain of Bloom's Taxonomy as revised by Lorin Anderson and David Krathwohl.
The Role of Mobile Apps What I mull over is how instruction using mobile technology can contribute to this type of thinking. iPads in the Classroom. iPad Curriculum. Bloomin' Apps. APPitic - 1,800+ EDUapps.