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Mu He

Apps in Education: iPad Apps that work with Smartboards - 10 views

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    "The iPad looks amazing when projected onto a large screen. The students in a 1 to 1 iPad classroom gets to see the apps at work. Have a look at the list below to see if any of these might be useful in your classroom. If you have others that should be added to this list please leave a comment with the name of the app and we will add it to the list."
Mu He

Apps in Education: Apps for Grading Assessments - 16 views

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    "Using rubrics and providing student's feedback via the iPad has not been an area that has received a great deal of attention. This is, however, starting to change. I have recently spoken to a number of teachers who have developed apps that will allows teachers to use the iPad as a viable way of assessing student work. Some of these apps actually do more than just mark work. Check out the list and see if any would work for you and your students."
Mu He

The 200 Best Special Education Apps | Edudemic - 15 views

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    "If you're a special education teacher or are simply looking for an innovative way to reach a student… this is for you. Many apps out there are useful in the classroom but they're not always easy to find in the clogged-up app store."
Mu He

Collaborative Whiteboard Apps for the Classroom - 14 views

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    "Interactive and collaborative - Whiteboards are a great way for teachers to explain concepts to their students. With the ability of some iPad apps to record, you ensure that students who did not develop understanding of the concept the first time have the opportunity to watch and listen again and again. Working in small groups or brainstorming as a class, collaborative whiteboards are a great way to share ideas. Work in the same room, on the same network or even from different parts of the country. No matter what you are working on these interactive whiteboards are a great way to document or record your thinking process. "
Dean Mantz

Apps in Education: Go Back in Time with 12 World History Apps - 7 views

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    "History is one of those subjects where it is easy to get your students engaged once they have connected with the narrative. Here are a couple of Apps that will help your students jump right into the era that you are studying. Obviously we can't cover every area of historical study but these apps give you an idea of some of the tools available on the iPad."
Mu He

Spelling Apps for the iPad and iPhone - 7 views

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    In a world with spell check, why is studying spelling still important? It aids in reading. It helps cement the connection that is shared between sounds and letters. Learning high-frequency sight words also has been shown to help with both reading and writing. Not only is the ability to spell necessary in most occupations, but a person also needs to be able to spell well in order to be able to communicate and take notes and directions. 
John Evans

- Top 10 Sites for Educational Apps - 10 views

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    The wave of the future is here, especially for education.  Terms like 21st Century Computing, BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), and Cloud Computing are mainstream.  The introduction of mobile devices, iPods, netbooks, and more specifically, the iPad, has brought technology to more students than ever before.  A one-to-one computing environment is not only a possibility, but also a reality in more school districts than people realize.  With all that being said, below are my 10 favorite sites for finding educational apps.
Mu He

Apps in Education: More Kindergarten iPad Resources - 12 views

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    "This is a great list of Apps and Websites that provide age appropriate content for Preschool and Kindergarten students. Put together by Dan King and Naomi Harm from Innovative Educator Consulting, these guys are iPad Content Integration Specialists and have worked extensively in sharing and promoting 21st Century Skills. This is the first of three pages of resources."
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    This is a great list of Apps and Websites that provide age appropriate content for Preschool and Kindergarten students.
Mu He

- Apps and Extras for iPad Accessibility - 4 views

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    The iPad is loaded with accessibility features from font size, assistive touch, speak auto text, voice over, speak selection, and zoom. These features are especially important for people who are visually impaired, physically disabled and need more than one tool to access their iPad independently.  Following is a list of apps and accessories that will enhance the iPad experience, including styli, iPad covers and other features that make the iPad the best tool for both students and adults. 
Mu He

Musselman / Science: iPad Apps for Science Educators - 6 views

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    The following apps were all recommended at different times by Burlington science teachers who had become familiar with the apps through their own use in the classroom.
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