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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. These teachers were asked about their favourite apps to use in school and they came up with this selection.

XTimeline - Creating Timelines on the Web Course Description This free online course shows you how to create timelines on the Web using the online application called XTimeline. A timeline is used to show events along a period of time. Dynamic Periodic Table and MASSIVE Periodic Table round up Super handy Dynamic Periodic Table! Good ole’ AJAX is there anything you can’t do? – [via] Link. MASSIVE Periodic Table round up: Blendspace (formerly Edcanvas) - Create lessons with digital content in 5 minutes Make mobile learning awesome! Student creation Share materials Free! Get our new app! Save time by using free lessons & activities created by educators worldwide! Be inspired! Combine digital content and your files to create a lesson

The Best Apps for your Android 17 Aug 2014 An updated list of the best Android apps for your phone that will help you be more efficient and productive. couch mode print story This is a list of some of the best Android apps for your phone that will help you be more efficient and productive. My Tracks — Record you path, speed and distance as you walk or drive. TOP 10 FREE Timeline Creation Tools for Teachers Editor's note: We have originally written and published this article in November 2013. Thanks to your useful suggestions and our own following of the latest developments in the fast paced field of technology, we have updated this piece in November 2015 in the hope that you will keep finding it useful. Thank you for sharing! Are you interested to know how to creatively use free timeline makers? I highly encourage you to check the 10 Creative Ways To Use Free Timeline Makers article.

Smart Apps for Andriod: 31 FREE Lego apps! Our sister site, Smart Apps for Android, has not one, not 10, and not 20 FREE Lego apps today but a whole 30 FREE apps! We've put them all in one pretty list for you to use or share with family and friends. If you're anything like me, your family is a house divided when it comes to technology. I have all Apple products, but others in my family are completely committed to their Android tablets and smart phones. While I may think they're crazy, I still have to love them right? Right. Gamification Design About this course Why Gamification? Games have become the new normal. The gaming industry is already more powerful than other ways of entertainment like music or movies. An average young person will spend more than 10,000 hours gaming by the age of 21 - somewhat the time that it takes us to master any kind of skill- and yet, there's a huge engagement crisis in many other areas. 70% of US full-time employees are not motivated by what they are doing, kids spend way more time engaged with video games than they do with books, the average attention span in 2012 was less than 10 seconds and it's decreasing every year... It seems like only games are truly understanding how human motivation really works.