The Top 23 Educational iPad Apps Teachers Favour to Use in Schools May 14, 2014 This is the last post in a series of posts on Tony Vincent's " iPad As Teacher's Pet". In today's post, I am sharing with you a list of some of the top educational iPad apps that teachers favour to use at school. The apps you will see below are based on a March 2014 survey delivered on Twitter to 558 iPad-using teachers.
Sticky Note + - App Android su Google Play *** This is a must have app ***Notes is a good helper to manage your schedules and notes. It gives you a quick and simple notepad editing experience when you write notes, memo, email, message, shopping list and to do list. It makes to take a note easier than any other notepad and memo apps.Make your notes in simple and securer way.Key features:* Add sticky note widget to your desktop.Where from you can open ,add and edit any note.* Can be organized in Different Colors and theme, easy to classified your notes;* Add Checklist for To do list & Shopping list* Different kinds of notes background color available to change, make your notes in personalized way.* Change the Font size;* Set reminder to your notes, no longer missing you important things;* Auto-saved. You don’t have to do anything to save them.* Share your notes via e-mail, SMS, and etc.;* Backup/export to SD card
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Screen Capture Software for Windows, Mac, and Chrome Context is everything. Recording a video lets the person on the other end actually hear your voice. So the next time a webpage, PDF, or video edit is sent to you for feedback, consider dropping the red pen and record a video instead. App Tested: Zaption, EDpuzzle & EduCanon Description In the winter and spring of 2013, I piloted a one-to-one classroom using the flipped learning model. Content lectures were recorded and assigned to students as homework. Students then came back to class, took a short quiz to show their understandings, and worked on a higher order thinking lesson for the day in the classroom. The process was fairly efficient and somewhat effective. I still use video within my courses, albeit differently than I had that first year.