Lists of apps
At TeachThought, we often provide lists of digital resources, and many of them are apps. Apps for struggling readers. Apps for struggling writers. Apps for project-based learning. Any while many of these apps are for students, the following list of apps from Sam Gliksman can be considered for both teachers and students, and an excellent foundation slew of apps for any 21st century teacher. From GoodReader and Slide Shark to Printopia and Air Display, all fill different niches of 21st century learning, and the many possibilities the iPad affords.
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Notability - Take Notes & Annotate PDFs with Dropbox & Google Drive Sync for iPad on the iTunes App Store Description Apple Editors' Choice ***ON SALE 40% OFF*** Welcome to Notability, a powerful note-taker on iPad and iPhone: sketch ideas, annotate documents, sign contracts, complete worksheets, keep a journal, record a lecture, jot travel notes, or teach a class. With iCloud support, your notes always travel with you! Write, illustrate and annotate using gorgeous ink.
Apptastic | Apps for use in Education Photo Measures is an app that Construction, Fashion and other learners who need to measure objects, rooms, furniture, and so on will find extremely useful. Take a photo of an object (or import an existing one), measure the object, add the measurements to the photo of the object. Additional features include the ability to zoom into the photos to increase accuracy of measurement placing, organise the photos into categories, add additional text comments and include angle measurements.
100 Mobile Tools for Teachers By Cherrye Moore It is a common-known fact that teaching is a labor of love for most educators. They are overworked and under-appreciated and many of them spend their own money, time and energy to improve their studentsâ€™ education. With all of the new mobile tools on the market today, teachers can more easily work from satellite locations, share educational resources and access school-related data directly from their cell phones.
Readability | Apptastic
Overview PDFs have become the default format for sharing formatted documents across platforms. If you only want to read PDFs, iBooks will likely meet your needs. But, if you want to modify or annotate your PDFs, you’ll need a different app with a larger toolkit. PDF Annotation Apps: iPad/iPhone Apps AppGuide
Inkflow: The Visual Thinking App for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch Available for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch running iOS5. Visual Thinkers Rejoice! Inkflow works like a Word Processor for Visual Thinking. Capture your ideas as easily as with pen and paper, then arrange and reorganize them with your fingers! If you’re like us, you’ve been looking hard for the perfect (th)inking App. Inkflow | Apptastic
Apps, smartphones, and tablets are storming into classrooms around the world. But how do you figure out which apps are being used by teachers, admins, students, and parents ? It’s not an easy task, to be sure. But you can rest assured there are definitely some apps that are being used a bit more than others. For example, we’ve seen Dropbox and Edmodo used by just about every school district around Cambridge. The 25 Most Used Mobile Apps In Education
No doubt all our readers in the education field are well aware of the explosion of iPads and tablets in the classroom and their ability to make learning easier and more interactive. But we suspect at least some of you are still reluctant to turn the new tech loose on grading, an area where you could be needlessly wasting hours assessing students with an antiquated system. We know change can be daunting, but we promise that within this list of apps teachers love, you’ll find something you love, too. GradeBook Pro: If you’re a teacher who’s been hanging on to a hard-copy gradebook, this app is your invitation to see what all the fuss over grading apps is about. 20 Time-Saving Grading Apps That Teachers Love
Everyone seems to talk endlessly about the role smartphones and other mobile technologies play in today’s classroom, especially when it comes to the best apps to get teachers organized and keep students learning. Higher ed has not inoculated itself against the spread, and ranks from the university president down to the lowliest of fresh meat tote around a smartphone or a tablet these days. Some, of course, benefit the faculty more than others, and the following prove pretty popular among professors these days. Dropbox:Thanks to the magic and wonder of cloud computing, professors on the go can access their files from other devices they’ve connected to their personal networks, meaning they never leave an important digital document at home!Documents To Go:Available for nearly all smartphone and PDA platforms, Documents To Go offers up the full suite of Microsoft Office programs, and saving a file on one device makes changes to all connected ones as well! Top 25 Mobile Apps in Academia - Online Universities
Add Subtitles to your Movies Subtitles is a great mobile app for iOS devices. It allows its users to have easy access to a plethora of movie subtitles in more than 20 languages. Subtitles can work great for people who suffer from hearing disabilities and also for those who are monolingual.If you are a movie buff and do not speak English good enough to carry out a conversation or at least understand one then you will have trouble understanding movies in English.
What amazing things technology is bringing into our life. What is even more amazing in technology is its unpredictability. We never know what will come next and in the same time we are alwasy looking for innovations. At first we started with technology, then things advanced to give birth to mobile technology and now we are living in an age of nanotechnology. Isn't it amazing how human life is developing into the unknown ?
If you just dropped a few hundred dollars on an iPad, you might not have much left in your budget to fill it up with apps. Fortunately, app developers have already stepped up and created a huge collection of completely free iPad apps. Below you’ll find over 100 free iPad apps to help you get started. Many of them are only free for a limited time as an introductory special so you’d better grab them fast! If you like this roundup, it’s definitely worth taking a look at our all-new roundup of The Top 100 iPad Apps, in addition to our collections of 100 free iPhone apps, and 100 free Mac apps, both of which contain some brilliant software that doesn’t cost a dime! Utilities
The Case of the Cheesecake Thief! Jun 20 dschmitElementary Intermediate, Middle Level Science, social learning, social studies, Visual Literacy courtesy blvesboy http://www.flickr.com/ Procedural crime dramas are very popular and for good reason.
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