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30 iPad Apps Every Teacher Should Be Using

30 iPad Apps Every Teacher Should Be Using
Below is a list of apps I have curated for you. This selection is not exhaustive and no matter how many apps I include here there will always be some lacking. That being said, the list below contains some of the basic apps you as a teacher and educator need to be using . Check out the list below and let me know what you think of it. Enjoy 1- Sound Cloud SoundCloud is the world’s leading social sound platform, with over ten hours of music & audio posted every minute by the world’s largest community of artists, bands, podcasters and other creators. 2- Keynote Keynote is the most powerful presentation app ever designed for a mobile device. 3- Google Drive Get started with 5GB for free to safely keep all your stuff in one place and then access it from any device, anywhere. 4- Google Search Search the web faster and easier with the latest Search app from Google. 5- Evernote Evernote is an easy-to-use, free app that helps you remember everything across all of the devices you use. 6- iBooks 9- Pages

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33 Super Speech and Language iPad Apps Teachers With Apps brings you 33 super speech and language iPad apps for home, classroom, and/or the therapist’s office. Speech and language is one area of educational apps that has exploded with smashing success. The prices range anywhere from free to expensive. There is an stuttering app that runs almost $1,000! Resources for Using iPads in Grades 6-8 There are many resources from Edutopia and across the web for middle school teachers who are integrating iPads in their classrooms. At this age, students can use iPad apps in different subject areas and become content creators using their devices. Teachers can introduce a variety of skills to students, and students can demonstrate their understanding of concepts using innovative iPad technology. Check out the list below for suggestions on amazing apps and to browse tips from teachers on how to use iPads throughout the school day. Favorite Apps

Game-Based Learning Is Probably Worth Looking Into “No TV until you finish that level.” Can you imagine? Recent research shows that video games, once considered public school enemy number one, might just be one of our greatest assets in delivering an effective education. How Game-Based Learning Works iCell for iPad Gives Students 3D Views of Cells iCell is a free iPad app developed by the Hudson Alpha Institute for Biotechnology. The app provides students with 3D models of plant, animal, and bacteria cells. Each cell model can be viewed in detail by zooming in and rotating the model on your iPad. 3 Places to Find the Best Free Apps Since I had so much fun writing my last post about AppsGoneFree, I thought I’d follow up with a quick look at a few other places to find great free apps. After all, there are about 750,000 live apps on iTunes and it gets harder and harder every day to find what you need. I know it frustrates me, and it probably frustrates you too.

4 Incredible Apps For Children With Autism Today, April 2, 2013, is World Autism Awareness Day , as designated by the United Nations. Every year, autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with unique fundraising and awareness-raising events, and these events lead into Autism Awareness Month . The US recognizes April as a special opportunity for everyone to educate the public about autism and issues within the autism community. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) now estimates that a staggering 1 in 88 children , including 1 in 54 boys, in the US has been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. While the tools technology offers students can be useful for anyone, they can be particularly useful for those with limited abilities in some areas.

Top iPad Apps for Student Creativity My school is currently 1:1 iPads in Grades 1, 4, and 5, and next year we're expanding that to include Grades 2 and 3. Like most schools, we went through a phase where we tried out LOTS of different apps, but over time, we whittled those down into our Core Apps, ones that are flexible and powerful enough to be used in every subject all day long. One of the keys for me is that these apps can be used by students to CREATE things, not just consume things. Here are our favorites: Explain Everything. New Study: Many Teens Addicted And Tired Of Their Digital Lives Many teens are getting quite tired and downright addicted to their digital lives. But they want something that is surprising to me: more face-to-face interaction and communication. A new study by Common Sense Media asked 13-17 year-olds an array of thought-provoking questions that you should consider asking yourself and your students. It’d be interesting to see the results! The questions and description of the study are below.

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