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20 ways to use a tablet in the classroom | Teacher Network | The Guardian - 0 views

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    "Whatever model of Android or iOS tablet you have available, it's a hugely versatile tool when it comes to educating and entertaining children. Here are some of the best apps and features you can make use of in the classroom - some of which you have to pay for and others that are free."
John Evans

Some Excellent Apps to Boost Students' Creative Thinking ~ Educational Technology and M... - 2 views

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    "Below is a collection of some of the best iPad and Android apps to use with kids and young learners to enhance their creativity and boost their imaginative thinking. From doodling and sketching to drawing and digital storytelling, the apps below are particularly designed to unleash the creative gene from within. We invite you to check them out and share with your students. Enjoy"
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Free Technology for Teachers: An Easy Way to Create Your Own iPad & Android Games - 0 views

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    "Tiny Tap is one of the free iPad and Android apps that continues to stay in my Best of the Web presentations. Whenever I show it off there is always a great response to it.

    Tiny Tap allows you to create simple games based on pictures that you take. The purpose of the games you build is to help young students (pre-K through grade 4) practice identifying objects and patterns."
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6 Free Android Math Apps to Help You Survive Math Class - 0 views

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    "Do you want to be an astronaut? You'll need strong math skills. How about a scientist? An engineer? An accountant? A meteorologist? All of these careers - and a lot more - will require you to have an excellent mathematical ability.

    Jobs that are in some way linked to math typically pay more, are better for your brain, and have fewer potential applicants.

    There's just one problem: for the vast majority of children at school and students at university, math is a) very hard, and b) very boring.

    So, what to do? Fear not! Android to the rescue! Here are some of the best free Android math apps (Android math games exist too!) to help you survive math class."
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Inspired To Educate - Using Android, JavaScript, and Arduino to control your robot. #ma... - 0 views

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    "Let's say you want to tinker with making a robot controller on your Android device, but you don't have a lot of time to learn Java.  Perhaps you just love JavaScript and want to write Android Apps.   In our maker education programs, we enjoy introducing students to JavaScript since the language helps students go from idea to prototype quickly.

    Consider checking DroidScript on the Google Play Store.  DroidScript enables you to quickly build simple Android apps using JavaScript."
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Free Technology for Teachers: SeeSaw - Easily Create Digital Portfolios on iPads, Chrom... - 4 views

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    "SeeSaw, a powerful and popular iPad app for creating digital portfolios, is now available as a Chrome web app and as an Android app. The new apps allow students to create and add content to digital portfolios.

    Through SeeSaw students can add artifacts to their portfolios by taking pictures of their work (in the case of a worksheet or other physical item), by writing about what they've learned, or by uploading a short video about things they have learned. The SeeSaw apps students can add voice comments to their pictures to clarify what their pictures document. Students can create folders withing their accounts to organize content from multiple subject areas."
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