Category Archives: iPads and Tablets

15 Things You Can Do With Edmodo & How To Get Started

My son uses edmodo at school (6th grade) and it is great!

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Free Technology for Teachers

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Try it out for yourself!

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10 Big Concerns About Tablets In The Classroom

This an interesting article that addresses the concerns some people have about using tablets in the classroom.  Check it out:

http://www.edudemic.com/2013/07/10-big-concerns-about-tablets-in-the-classroom/

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Using Technology For Assessment

I am new to using prezi for presentations, but decided to give it a try.  Here’s the link to my prezi, which is about technology and assessment:

http://prezi.com/q5mmrbw3deew/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share

 

Running Record Toolbox

iPhone Screenshot 1 This app looks awesome for all reading teachers.  Created by teachers and available for just 99  cents.  Download it for your iPhone or iPad.  Here is more info:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/running-record-toolbox/id669076125?mt=8

The Ultimate Printable Guide To The Apple iPad

This is a fantastic PDF you can print that covers all the basic about an iPad.  If you are new to iPads you need to have this.  If your students will be bringing iPads to school this year, like at my school,  print one of these out for every student.

http://www.edudemic.com/2013/07/the-ultimate-printable-guide-to-the-apple-ipad/

Edudemic  Added by on 2013-07-16

Technology Timesavers for Teachers

This is a great article about how one teacher uses her iPad and apps to save her time and keep her organized.  She has lots of really good ideas for utilizing an iPad.

http://www.the-teachers-lounge.com/blog/2012/03/technology-timesavers-for-teacher/

by Jill Scott on March 29, 2012

Socrative

Socrative is an amazing app for teachers, and it is FREE!!  It allows you to create quizzes, surveys and polls and send them from your iPad to your students’ iPads.  Students can then answer the questions and they receive immediate feedback.  Immediate results are also sent back to the teacher’s iPad.  Did I mention this was a free app?!  Amazing!

Here’s a video with more information to help you get started.

Differentiating Instruction Through Interactive Games

This is a fantastic video from a second grade teacher showing how he uses computer games to differentiate his math instruction.

Apps for Story Telling, Movie Making, Making Comics, Publishing and More

This is a wonderful collection of apps for classroom teachers from StoryKeepers.  Most of these apps are free and can be used in the classroom for a variety of purposes including creative writing, video producing and assessment purposes.  Just use your imagination and let your students use their imagination!

http://storykeepers.wikispaces.com/iPad+StoryTelling+APPS

Apps We Use In Kindergarten (2013 Update)

For all of you wonderful kindergarten teachers. Of course, many of the apps listed could also be used for other ages.

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The GREEN apps have a link to a post describing how I have used the app in my class. The underlined apps are new to the list.

MANY of these apps I got for FREE, follow my Free App of the Day Pinterest board to get great FREE apps each day.

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