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7 Apps To Turn Your iPad Into A Digital Whiteboard

7 Apps To Turn Your iPad Into A Digital Whiteboard
Whether you’re interesting in blending, flipping, personalizing, or differentiating your classroom, technology can be a huge help. Technology gives students direct access to content, which frees the teacher up for other roles. iPads function exceptionally well in this capacity, and one of their talents is to function as a digital whiteboard. Whether you want to lead an in-person class through the iPad screen, or you need remote access to eLearners or others in a school-to-school program, you’ve got options. Below are 8 apps (with various strengths and weaknesses–the only way to know if they truly fit your needs is to try them, unfortunately) that can help you blend and flip your classroom–or just give students more direct access to you, one another, and the content. 8 Apps To Turn Your iPad Into A Digital Whiteboard 1. Price: Free to try, $4.99 for full version 2. Price: Free More information from developer: “Educreations turns your iPad into a recordable whiteboard. 3. 4. Price $4.99 5. 6.

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Editor's Choice: The Best Educational Apps For iPad In 2014 The 30 Best Educational Apps For iPad In 2014 by TeachThought Staff So 2014 is almost over, and it’s time to start looking back at what’s happened in the last year. Today, we do that in the form of the best educational apps for iPad in 2014. One way to think of this list (thematically) is as a kind of editor’s choice for TeachThought staff and contributors. Every single one of these apps is special, and worth a spot on every iPad in every classroom.

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