background preloader

30 Cool Educational iPad Apps for Science Lovers - Creative Can Creative Can

30 Cool Educational iPad Apps for Science Lovers - Creative Can Creative Can
If you are a student, a teacher, a parent or just a science enthusiast, you can now expand your knowledge about science in a somewhat enjoyable and convenient method using your iPad. By downloading educational iPad apps designed for science learning, you can have access to vast storehouse of knowledge right there on your tablet. You just have to tap your iPad and there you are, exploring the realms of science in a fun, exciting, colorful and in some cases, realistically illustrated method. That’s what these iPad apps for science are all about. Here you will find science apps for elementary graders, high school students, college students, etc. for free, and some for only a dollar or two. Either way, these apps are all great in their own topic of interest. If you find this article helpful, please help us spread it by clicking our social media buttons. Science360 for iPad – Free Molecules – Free Solar Walk – 3D Solar System model – $2.99 Have you ever built a Solar system model?

http://creativecan.com/2012/02/educational-ipad-apps-for-science/

Related:  yoyolu

Apps for Grading Assessments Using rubrics and providing student's feedback via the iPad has not been an area that has received a great deal of attention. This is, however, starting to change. I have recently spoken to a number of teachers who have developed apps that will allows teachers to use the iPad as a viable way of assessing student work. Some of these apps actually do more than just mark work. BrainPop Featured Movie is No. 1 on the Editor's Top 15! (FREE app!) It's taken much longer than I anticipated, but we've finally come to the end of the Editor's Top 15 countdown. No. 1 on the list, by a fairly wide margin, is BrainPop Featured Movie. This free app provides an excellent, short animated educational video per day and is the first app I would recommend to another parent. Please read my awesome five-star review: My oldest son's favorite app. Actually BrainPop is probably his favorite thing in the world.

iPad Apps that work with Smartboards The iPad looks amazing when projected onto a large screen. The students in a 1 to 1 iPad classroom gets to see the apps at work. Have a look at the list below to see if any of these might be useful in your classroom. If you have others that should be added to this list please leave a comment with the name of the app and we will add it to the list. Doceri: FREE Turn your iPad and classroom computer into an Interactive Whiteboard with Doceri. Science Classroom Science Discovery Days (Student worksheets provided) Scientific Method Unit & Safety Rules (Unit notes, worksheets, and lab ideas provided) Consumer Challenge (Student worksheets provided) Old Wives Tales Investigation (Student worksheets provided) Silly Science (Classification) (Student worksheet provided) Mystery Bags Film Canister Fun Bioglyphs (Student worksheets provided) Pottery Pieces Innovative Inventions - Internet project (Sites from the Kid Zone) (Student worksheet provided) Inventor's Challenge - Internet project (Sites from the Kid Zone) (Student worksheet provided) A Journey Through Time -Internet project (Sites from the Kid Zone) (Student worksheet provided) Science A to Z Puzzle (Student worksheet provided) Super Scientist Challenge (Student worksheets provided) Also check out ... Metric Mania - An assortment of lessons and links for the metric system! | Back to top | Science Discovery Days (T.

10 Great Ways to Get More From Your iPad The iPad is loaded with all kinds of features you’ve probably heard about, but look a little deeper, and its extra abilities might surprise you. Some of these secrets are enabled through apps, while some are built into the device already. Turn Your iPad into a Secondary Desktop Display With its big, high-resolution display, it’s a shame to just park an iPad when switching to a computer. Instead, Air Display ($10) makes your iPad a second screen for your Mac, extending the desktop. 8 of the BEST Apps to Add to Your New iPad! ...an Apps for iPads Super Review! When people realize I own a website that reviews iPad apps they invariably ask “so what’s the BEST iPad app?” I always find that question mind-boggling. There are over 1/2 million apps in the Apple App Store! We weed through hundreds of new apps each and every week just to find the gems among them.

An encyclopedia on your iPad Britannica releases a new mobile app to help it stay relevant in the age of Wikipedia From wire service reportsRead more by staff and wire services reports November 30th, 2011 Users have access to 100 free articles on the iPad app and can also read the first 100 words of an article for free. (Chicago Tribune/MCT) Encyclopaedia Britannica wants students and consumers to have the world at their fingertips—virtually, anyway. The 243-year-old company’s newest iPad app, released in late October, has an interactive “LinkMap” feature that shows a web of thumbnail images representing articles.

Plate Tectonics Quicktime versionAVI version Animated gifs Last 750 million years: [1.04 MB] [506 KB] [261 KB] Last 750 million years in reverse: [1.04 MB] [506 KB] From 750 mya to the beginning of the Paleozoic: [294 KB] [166 KB] 50 Mac Apps That Will Teach You Something With the recent release of iBooks Author from Apple, I started to think more about using Apple products as learning tools. The iBooks Author announcement and accompanying video certainly generate some excitement at the possibilities using the iPad in classrooms and that is great, but I became curious as to what type of applications were currently available in the Mac App Store. I began exploring and trolling for educational applications.

2012 Apps for Teachers People often ask what apps I would recommend for Teachers? There is no simply answer that fits all. What I do is give them an insight into the apps that I have on my iPad that I use all the time or that I use in preparation for my lessons.

Related:  Recursos 1AppsiPadÉcolegeneral