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Bruce Huddleson

5 Wolfram|Alpha Apps That Are Perfect For The Classroom - 10 views

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    "Well, what if I told you that Wolfram|Alpha also makes desktop PC and mobile applications that, for all of the notoriety that their's websites received, I've hardly ever heard anyone talk about? And what if I told you that most of these apps were specifically designed with certain subjects in mind, such as statistics, geography, and chemistry? I don't know about you, but I'd be intrigued!"
John Evans

7 Awesome Apps for Molecular Modeling in Chemistry | iPad App Finders - 4 views

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    "There are plenty of awesome chemistry apps around these days. We have already covered plenty of them for students. Most of those cover the basics of chemistry. If you need more advanced apps to handle molecular modeling, these 7 iPad app are worth checking out:"
John Evans

5 Must-Have iOS Apps For Writers | Edudemic - 3 views

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    "Check out these top 5 Apple applications for essay writing to make getting organizing and presenting your thoughts in a coherent manner a much easier process."
John Evans

Tips2012 iPad App Guide #19: The Elements | TPACK iPads in Schools - 7 views

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    "The Elements: A Visual Exploration, by Theodore Gray, is a simply stunning iPad app with mesmerising high-definition graphics, videos, and detailed information for every element in the Periodic Table. While users can't copy information out of the app, it is possible to save screenshots. This app is available in American and British English versions, and is translated into French, German, and Japanese (check the description)."
John Evans

Apps in Education: Around the World with 15 Cool Geography Apps - 11 views

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    Geography seems to me to be one of those subjects that actually lends itself to the type of multimedia multi-sensory experience that is the ipad. Some of the apps in this post allow you produce beautiful infographic style maps using your data, others allow you to explore the ways in which the world is being effected by population. The map of disasters is a hard one to ignore especially in the context of the recent spate of tsunamis and earthquakes. Have a look at this small selection of apps that are available to see if any would benefits your students. Make sure you also check out the link on the home page to our extensive list of History and Geography Apps.
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    "Geography seems to me to be one of those subjects that actually lends itself to the type of multimedia multi-sensory experience that is the ipad. Some of the apps in this post allow you produce beautiful infographic style maps using your data, others allow you to explore the ways in which the world is being effected by population. The map of disasters is a hard one to ignore especially in the context of the recent spate of tsunamis and earthquakes. "
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