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5 Flash Players for iPad

5 Flash Players for iPad
Here we are recommending the must have Flash Player for iPad apps, why you ask? When do iPad users wake up on the wrong side of the bed? Each time they see Apple and Adobe promising to become BFFs and wake up to realize it was all a dream. Cupertino’s intolerance to Flash has always been the stuff of legend and the way HTML5 seems to be progressing, there’s hardly any hope for iPad users who find the current web browsing experience incomplete without Flash support. This naturally brings you to our Flash Player for iPad post. 1. iSwifter: YouWeb has put out the bait for Flash Player seekers in the form of iSwifter. 2. 3. 4. 5. So those of you who thought there was no way to get your iPad to play nice with Flash may want to think otherwise. Related:  Using ipads with students with Autism

Algebra Touch Math iPad App: A Teacher's Review Algebra Touch Math App Learn Order of Operations, Solving Equations, Distribution and Factoring If you are looking for an iPad app to help your child or students with learning basic rules and concepts of algebra, the Algebra Touch app by Regular Berry is a must-have! Simple user interface allows even an inexperienced iPad user to jump right into the app and begin learning the foundation of algebra and the concepts required to build a strong base in mathematics. Jump to the following sections of the review: Tap Into Teen Minds Algebra Touch Review Video: Math Lessons & Practice Covered in Algebra Touch: In the top-left menu bar, there is a pull-down menu that allows the user to select the lesson/practice questions from 21 different topics. Algebra Math Lessons and Practice Topics Available: Algebra Touch Explain Mode Also in the top-left menu bar are the Explain and Practice modes. Screenshot from the Algebra Touch app in Explain Mode . Algebra Touch Practice Mode Conclusion

30 Best iPhone and iPad apps this week | Technology Actually, "this fortnight" would be more accurate: Last week's planned top iOS apps post went missing due to travel, so it's a bumper crop of 30 this week to make amends. As ever, the list doesn't include games, as they get their own separate post: this week's selection included iOS titles like Letterpress, Pocket Clothier and Arsenal Fantasy Manager 2013. Android apps get their own separate post too, which will be published later in the day. Atlas by Collins There is huge scope still for connected touchscreen devices to reinvent the very idea of an atlas. Me Books I wrote about this at more length earlier in the week: it's a follow-up to the Peppa Pig Me Books and Ladybird Classic Me Books apps, selling a range of digital picture books via in-app purchase. Signed Stories More digital stories for children sold via in-app purchase here, but this time the publisher is ITV. Nigella Quick Collection for iPad Tunigo Play Toca Tailor Circa News Pudsey's Dream Wheels Rappel Snapjoy

13 Ways To Use iMovie In The Classroom Is there an app for that? Well, chances are there are dozens of apps for anything you want to do, but sometimes you find one app that is robust enough to have multiples uses for you and your students. For me, iMovie is that app. Documentation: Use the camera and microphone to record student work and performances. Peer Feedback: Use video as a great medium to get students to begin to provide each other with feedback. Self Reflection: Students learning to be self aware and provide self-feedback is one of the most effective things we can teach our students. Creating Movies: Youtube is the most popular and powerful search engine for kids, it is how they communicate. Create Pecha-Kucha Presentations: Pecha-Kucha presentations are becoming more popular due to their time efficiency and engaging characteristics. Story Telling: have students tell personal stories and turn them into digital stories using pictures and images from their classroom and their lives.

The iPad as a Tool For Education - a case study In the first two terms of implementing an iPad programme, Longfield Academy in Kent have noticed a great impact on teaching and learning. Research carried out on behalf of Naace and supported by 9ine consulting is published here. It’s really exciting to be able to announce our research into the use of iPads. After a successful implementation at Longfield Academy in Kent and two terms of embedded use, the research shows some incredibly positive impacts on teaching and learning. Please note: the tablet implementation surveys here include the questions used in this research. Any further queries can be directed via The iPad as a Tool For Education - a case study

The Orchestra for iPad Redefines Music Appreciation — iPad App Review By Emily | December 13, 2012 | No comment yet TouchPress’ The Orchestra for iPad aims are encyclopedic. This new iPad-only app from the British developer covers the interments that comprise the orchestra as well as going in-depth to break down scores from well-known pieces. Created in conjunction with London’s Philharmonia Orchestra and its principal conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen, the Orchestra directs the reader’s attention to both individual instruments as well as the symphony orchestra as a whole. The app’s splash screen scrolls through the eight works it includes. Rather than static encyclopedia-style entries, each instrument entry includes a video interview with a member of the Philharmonia, a musical clip that showcases the instrument, as well as the instrument’s range, frequency, size, and its correspondence to the piano range when appropriate or samples of the sounds of the instrument (e.g. snare drum) that do not follow the piano’s scale.

The Top Educational iPad Apps Every Teacher and Student should Know about ( 100+) When it comes to searching for educational apps to install on your iPad it feels like you get drowned in an avalanche of apps and resources from which you emerge empty-handed. Everyday new apps go viral and to keep up with the updates in this field is really a daunting challenge. Thankfully, there are many trusted educational resources ( this blog is one of them ) where educators and teachers can get to discover and learn about new useful apps to use in education. Another trusted resource is Langwitches whose images I am sharing with you below. Langwitches has done a great job in coming up with a list of great educational iPad apps organized into categories with different headings. The only thing that is missing in his work and which if he had paid attention to would have made his work even way greater is to make the app images clickable.

Appealing Apps for Educators: How SonicPics amplifies a student’s voice - iPhone app article - Carolyn Skibba Since 1999, Carolyn Skibba has served as the technology coordinator at Burley School, a public elementary school in Chicago’s Lakeview community. At Burley, she has taught technology classes for grades K-8, developed technology curricula and integration strategies, led professional development for the school and district, and implemented a 1:1 laptop program. She currently supports the school’s iPad initiative in grades 1-6 and presents frequently on iPad curricular integration and program implementation. Before joining Burley, she was a third grade teacher, an Upward Bound instructor, and received her master’s degree in Technology in Education from Harvard University. She is an Apple Distinguished Educator and a recipient of the 2012 Chicago Public Schools “Ones to Watch” award. Learn more about Carolyn and Burley’s iPad program at, or by following Carolyn on Twitter, @skibtech. What it does Classroom use 1) Creating and sharing student work 3) Differentiation

iPad Applications In Bloom’s Taxonomy This has bubbled up in my feeds not once, but several times now. It’s an interesting graphic that actually places example iPad applications into Bloom’s levels of performance in the cognitive domain. Focussed around students, and not really workplace learning, but interesting nonetheless. Check it out. October 2 & 3 (NEC Birmingham), Booth #D250 | Register (Free) Leave a Reply eBooks, Remote Control & Other Creative Uses For Dropbox That You Haven't Thought Of Do you think you’ve thought of all possible uses for Dropbox? You haven’t. Neither have I. Writers like me will never get sick of dreaming up new ways to use Dropbox, because this seemingly simple tool can be used to accomplish so much. It’s a program that provides a simple service – sync a particular folder on your computer with all of your other computers and a web service. Here are just a few ideas that changed the way I use Dropbox; maybe they’ll change the way you use it too. Always Have Access To Your Portable Apps Whether you’ve downloaded everything from our list of the best portable apps or have your own carefully crafted collection, Dropbox is a convenient way to access your collection from any computer you own. Even better, in many cases your settings will sync, meaning you can use your program on one computer just as you set it on another. Sync Your eBook Library Have access to your eBook collection, everywhere. Monitor Your Computer Remotely Sync Any Folder On Your Computer

15 iPad Skills Every Teacher and Student should Have Check the learning goals below and share with us your feedback. Enjoy 1- My students should be able to create presentations . Here are the apps to help you achieve this goal : Sliderocket Idea Flight3- Slideshark5- SlideGrabber6- Prezi Viewer4- Xavier Presentation 2- My students should be able to create digital stories. 1-StoryKit2- Talking Tom & Ben News3- I Tell a Story4- Scholastic Storia5- Talking Tom Cat6- Toontastic7- Our Story8- Bunsella Bedtimes Story 3- My students should be able to create eBooks . 1- Book Creator for iPad2- eBook Magic3- Demibooks Composer4- Story Patch5- Creative Book Builder 4- My students should be able to print their docs right from their iPad. 1- Epson iPrint2- Print Magic3- ACT Printer4- Doc Printer5- Air Sharing 5- My students should be able to create videos . 1- Animoto Video2- Videolicious3- Vidify app4- ReelDirector5- Magisto6- Super 87- Vintagio8- iMovie 6- I want to Improve my students reading skills. 11- My students should be able to screen share .

A Free Interactive iPad App To Teach Algebra For many students algebra seems too abstract and hard to learn. They often resort to ineffective memorization and in the long run find only frustration and failure. Now there’s a new free iPad app that can turn frustration into success. The Fun Way to Learn Algebra: Hands-On Equations 1 Lite gives even the youngest students visual and kinesthetic ways to understand abstract algebraic equations. The app is intended for children from age 8 onward. The app, like the physical version, is also well suited for helping older students who are struggling in traditional algebra classes. Each of the three lessons of this free app is introduced by a short three- to four-minute video. In the first lesson the student learns that a pawn, or marker, has an unknown weight, or value, and that a number cube has the value shown on the cube. The “scale” does not actually move. After a short while the student will see that the value of 5 for the pawn will give both sides the same value, namely 13.

A list of All The Best iPad Apps Teachers Need Coming to you from the Canadian Maritimes ( Halifax), Educational Technology and Mobile Learning is an educational blog dedicated to curating, reviewing and sharing EdTech tools and mobile apps. The purpose is to help teachers and educators effectively integrate digital technologies into their day-to-day teaching, learning and professional development. For any questions regarding our website or the content we publish, please contact EdTech admin, editor and blog owner, Med Kharbach at: Med Kharbach is a doctoral researcher and a former teacher with 10 years of classroom teaching experience. Med's research interests include: language learning, linguistics, Internet linguistics, critical linguistics, discourse analysis, new (emerging) literacies, and educational technology. Kharbach, M. Example: Kharbach, M. (2016, December 30). 9 Fundamental digital skills for 21st century teachers [Blog post].

How One iPad App Changed An Entire School I have been wanting to write a post for a while about the amazing tool that we came across last year, that has truly changed the way we use iPads in our classrooms, but haven’t had a venue to do so. Now that I have my new website, I decided it was a must! If you aren’t familiar with this groundbreaking Nearpod iPad app , I want to take a minute to share it with you and explain how it changed our school. Nearpod is an App that allows teachers to share presentations; but wait, there’s more! It also lets you be a fully engaged participant and interact with the presentation through polls, quizzes, videos, drawing interactivity, website-sharing, self-guided quizzes and more. Needless to say, it is a presenter’s dream come true. Starting Out With Nearpod I’ll never forget my first experience with Nearpod. At Pine Crest, we differentiate instruction, and the iPad is great for that, but we still also provide whole group instruction. Feedback Becomes Reality

Riverwalk School iPad Resources There are many reasons for using an iPad. We have found that an iPad - Encourages and promotes active personalised learning It stimulates pupil engagement, attention and interaction It encourages active communication Ease of access – it is good for pupils with poor fine motor control as they are still able to activate the screen, it is portable and can be placed in the correct position for individual pupils to use The back lit screen is very important for pupils who have visual impairment It is flexible as it does not need too be plugged into the mains It allows instant feedback via video and photos It is very motivating and fun to use Apps range from basic to complex enabling pupils of all levels. Have a look at Richard Hirstwood's iPad Introduction video below. Guided Access is a very useful tool to use on the iPad. iPad Apps Here are some of the Apps that we use at Riverwalk. Newly added Apps December 2013 Fisher Price do lots of free apps for babies and toddlers