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iPad Multimedia Tools

iPad Multimedia Tools
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Apptivities iPad As.... iPads have exploded throughout schools and classrooms. Their flexibility, versatility, and mobility make them a phenomenal learning tool. As teachers seek ways to integrate these devices, we recommend focusing on specific learning goals that promote critical-thinking, creativity, collaboration, and the creation of student-centric learning environments. In other words, begin with..... Secure Note a very FAST memo app. Want to note? Don't waste time to find the app, it's placed on the top left corner ! Type -> click 'Add', 2 steps to create a note, FAST ! One click to edit / delete / move / share, FAST ! 5 pages, 9 notes per page, ENOUGH ! Slide to switch page, COOL ! Want to send some text from your computer to your phone? Other Features: * Quick launch icon Samsung, HTC or Google style quick launch icon will show on the status bar (Screenshot 5). * PC to mobile (Screenshot 2,3,4)send text / links from your computer to your phone, follow the steps below. 1. * Backup & Restore manual backup to avoid data loss accidentally. * Multi language support English or Chinese, choose from your locale automatically. Tags: 香港,中國,台灣,HK,TW,CN,Hong Kong,China,Taiwan,memo,note,notes,筆記,備忘錄,便條,notepad,note pad,to do list,checklist,task,sticky notes,sticky note,便利貼

Bloom's Taxonomy for The iPad Langwitches has recently updated his phenomenal post on the The iPad Apps for Bloom Taxonomy. This post has an awesome aggregation of iPad apps organized according to Blooms HOTS ( Higher Order Thinking Skills). If you are a teacher or educator and have not yet read about Bloom's Taxonomy then let me tell you that you are missing out on a great resource of educational insight. As for the the apps Langwitches has suggested for each skill, you will find almost half of them are not free but they are not expensive anyway.

22 Apps To Make Videos In The Classroom 22 Of The Best Apps To Make Videos In The Classroom by TeachThought Staff In education, perhaps one of the least utilized talents of iOS hardware is creating exceptional video. While it’s not uncommon for teachers and students to use iPads to create videos, creating stunning videos that are compelling, well-produced, innovative, truly social, and/or something worth sharing with the world isn’t so easy. Truth be told, that’s less about the technology and more a matter of teaching, learning, and planning–who is creating the video, why are they creating it, and who are they creating it for. Below are 22 apps we’ve handpicked as powerful teaching and learning tools to work with digital media in your classroom. How can I help students turn these iPads into tools for magnificent creation? 22 Of The Newest Apps To Make Videos In The Classroom; 22 Of The Newest–And Best–Apps To Make Videos In The Classroom

One iPad in the classroom? - Ideas for use One iPad in the classrooom You may be lucky enough to have one iPad in the classroom, but unlucky enough not to have access to a class set. Here are 10 free ideas to help you and your pupils get the very best out of the one iPad in the classroom. Control your classroom computer: There are many apps that will allow your iPad to become a wireless keyboard and mouse, allowing you to teach from anywhere in the classroom, or give your pupils control of the class computer from their desk. Note Taking Use smartNote to make classroom notes. You can also use the Notes app for notetaking. Get More Ideas Here Mobile or Static Visualiser If you have access to Apple TV, use your iPad as a mobile visualiser and share work on the board from anywhere in the classroom. Class Pets Rather than have a class pet, have a class Dinosaur Farm with Doodle Dino Farm. Share ideas If you don’t have Apple TV or a VGA connector, you may still be able to share your ideas to the whiteboard. Collaborate Story Making & Telling

Las mejores aplicaciones de iPad para profesores y alumnos La primera vez que cae un iPad en tus manos, te maravilla su pantalla táctil, su navegación y los vivos colores de sus libros y revistas. De hecho normalmente se considera el iPad como un tablet elegante para consumir información digital, más que como un medio para editar y producir contenido. Sin embargo, a medida que vas descubriendo sus maravillosas aplicaciones, ves que te permite generar un potente flujo de trabajo para mantener la información organizada, construir material académico y plasmar ideas de forma creativa. Para facilitarte el trabajo de elegir entre miles de aplicaciones, he creado unos mapas mentales que se centran en las mejores aplicaciones que el profesor y el alumno puede usar para mejorar su productividad, su organización, su pensamiento creativo y la creación de contenido. Muchas de ellas son gratuitas y las demás merecen realmente la inversión. 1. (Para ampliar la imagen, haz doble clic sobre ella) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Entradas Relacionadas:

Notely Groovy Notes est un outil précieux pour l'enregistrement minutes de la réunion, la gestion des notes, des listes, des enregistrements audio, des plans, des messages, agendas et d'autres détails sur l'aller. Il est de votre billet pour l'obtention de votre vie, que ce soit personnel, le travail ou social, mieux organisé. Il est réaliste! Groovy Notes a un familier, réel agenda mondial comme l'interface. Recherche n'a jamais été aussi facile! A la recherche de cette note essentielle, dans la nuit des temps, est aussi simple que de toucher un bouton sur les billets de Groovy. Parce que la voix a une bague à elle! Ne vous sentez pas comme tapant sur votre clavier? Ne jamais perdre vos données! Groovy Notes est doté de caractéristiques d'exportation, de sauvegarde et de restauration de vos notes avec Dropbox. Avec une utilisation régulière de sauvegarde de vos données est toujours plus sûr et accessible de n'importe où! Améliorer votre monde! Caractéristiques: Alors qu'attendez-vous pour?

EdTech Workshop: 5 Ways I'm Using Apps in the Classroom As I'm wrapping up week #2 teaching language arts in a 4/5 1:1 iPad environment, I thought I would try a "5 ways..." type of post. One of my many goals this year is to be a better sharer, so I am pushing myself to blog each week and to try different styles of writing. Let me know what you think, please! 1. We have experimented, thus far, with three apps for student blogging: Wordpress, Chrome and Safari. I'm amazed at how quickly the students are beginning to fluently use multiple apps to achieve a task. Note: Our student bloggers would love to connect with other student bloggers, and we would welcome readers and comments. 2. After carefully reviewing the features of Class Dojo, I decided against using it for behavior management. 3. The camera is a no-brainer. 4. I put Words With Friends on our app list, thinking that we would use it as part of Daily 5 word work. 5. What are students actually learning?

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