Note-Taking with iPads I vividly remember how I first learned to take notes.
iMovie just got a major overhaul for iOS7. The interface is much cleaner in the new version, all of the editing options are much more visible, everything is possible with one tap – as opposed to the need to single & double tap in the iOS6 version. iMovie + iOS7 + AirDrop + App Smashing = Great Ideas from Greg Kulowiec!
5 Fantastic Apps for Digital Storytelling on iPads This is a guest post from Samantha Morra of EdTechTeacher.org
YouTube for Education Resources Quick Edit How-To / Tutorials Quick Edit Video Examples Quick Edit iPad Videography - Storychasers Workshop Curriculum
WordsOn — Add Text to Photos and Pictures for Instagram for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on the iTunes App Store Description With WordsOn you can create beautiful and engaging messages by adding your words on your photos and then sharing on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or by sending via Email!
So you finally got a class set of iPads and you are not sure what to do next and where to start? Here is a very simple list of tried and true tips to help. Don’t Start Collecting Apps! This is every teachers first inclination. So Stop! Stop scouring the internet for apps you think you might use with your class.
ThingLink for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad on the iTunes App StoreDescription Welcome to the Future of Images. Make your images come alive with private video, notes, or even music from YouTube.
The first game programmed entirely on iPad® Be Logical. Play Cargo-Bot Presenting Cargo-Bot. The first game programmed entirely on iPad using Codea ™ Get it for free on the App Store .
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Level It Books™ - Find reading levels fast and digitally manage your library of books!
Digital Tools Nancy White/Flickr By Kathy E. Gill, PBS MediaShift For educators looking to integrate iPads, iPods and other mobile devices, here are eight must-have apps that will make life easier to do things like move files, capture lectures, read PDFs, and much more. 1. Eight Great Apps for Educators to Create, Display and Share
iBooks Author is a great tool for creating interactive ebooks. Unfortunately, creating content with iBooks Author isn't always as easy as you might hope it is. Back in June I shared a free 110 page book about using iBooks Author . However, if video tutorials are more helpful to you I have found twenty six videos that you should look at. Kinetic Media has a nearly one hour video that takes you through every aspect of creating an iBook with iBooks Author. 26 iBooks Author How-to Videos
A Short Guide to Using Google Drive on Your iPad
How to Incorporate Video Into Your Haiku Decks Earlier this week I shared 76 examples of Haiku Deck being used in school and then I shared Ken Shelton's great presentation on the importance of visuals in storytelling . Yesterday, Ken told me about Haiku Deck's directions for incorporating video into your presentations. This is a topic that a few people have asked me about this week so I think it's worth noting that Haiku Deck has published directions for incorporating videos. While you cannot import videos directly into your presentations yet, Haiku Deck does suggest two ways that you can use video with your Haiku Deck presentations. The first method is to design your Haiku Deck presentation with a place holder for a video then export the presentation to Keynote or PPT and import your video into that file.
This is a great find . For those of you lucky enough to be a Mac school, I firmly believe the library needs to promote--prodigiously!--not just the teacher use of iBooks Author, but STUDENT-CREATED iBooks. I've blogged previously (ad nauseum?) about our iPad Trials (though, personally, I think it's more of an iBooks Author trial at this point, but it may be expanding). Basically, for this project , students are researching WW II, specifically some aspect of their home countries' involvement (we're an international school). The iBook Author Project: Transforming the Classroom.
46 Education App Review Sites For Teachers And Students <img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-37373" alt="education apps" src="http://edudemic.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/education-apps.jpg" width="623" height="378"/> We try our best to keep our thumb on the pulse of the best education apps and web tools. In fact, we have probably spent way too much time attempting to offer up as many useful product reviews and helpful lists over the past several years. But we’re just two people. Katie and I can’t cover the entire education app industry by ourselves. Luckily, there are dozens of other sites specifically devoted to education app reviews for teachers and students.
This week I’m leading a 3 day iPad Media Camp in Oklahoma City. On day 1 we learned about creating 5 photo stories and narrated slideshows with the iPad apps Educreations (free) and Explain Everything ($3). On day 2 we learned how to create “Quick Edit Videos” using the iMovie iPad app. In the morning on Tuesday, I asked participants to submit questions they have and would like me to answer via a Google form. This evening I created a 13.5 minute narrated slideshow, using the iPad apps Haiku Deck (free), Apple Mail, Explain Everything ($3) and YouTube Capture (free). Create a Narrated Slideshow on an iPad with Haiku Deck and Explain Everything
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Web research on the iPad using Evernote and Skitch (how-to)
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