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John Evans

Hot Web Apps for HOTS « techchef4u - 8 views

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    "Apps and web apps are only as purposeful as the products and projects that they are used to create. After spending copious amounts of time publishing "Hot Apps 4 HOTS" to iBooks, I felt I should allocate some time to focus on web apps and how they too can be used to support higher order thinking skills."
Lucy Gray

iTunes - Books - Hot Apps 4 HOTS by Lisa Johnson & Yolanda Barker - 20 views

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    Excellent, excellent resource! A must download!
John Evans

On Fire for Bloom's « techchef4u - 7 views

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    "Just finished a Super Saturday "Hot Apps 4 HOTS" workshop. Wish I had come across Brad Wilson's "App Learning Tasks" sooner. What a fantastic resource! Have included his site with seven others I thought might be useful for promoting higher order thinking skills when utilizing an iDevice."
John Evans

A Quick Guide on Blooms Taxonomy Apps for iPad - 9 views

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    "Just a little reminder, Blooms HOTS ( higher order thinking skills ) are : Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analyzing, Evaluating, and Creating. If you are not familiar with Bloom's Taxonomy I recommend that you read : Everything you Need to Know about Bloom's Taxonomy . Here are the apps according to the HOTS mentioned above :"
John Evans

Apps in Education: Hot Apps 4 HOTS - 2 views

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    "This is another great publication by Lisa Johnson and her Appy Hour partner Yolanda Barker. The first, however, released on iTunes. These guys spend so much of their time and energy developing fantastic resources simply to share with other teachers and educators."
Cheryl Davis

Remixable iPhone Album Points to Future | Epicenter from Wired.com - 0 views

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    I've never been more sure of anything as when I predicted last August that iPhone apps would be the next hot way to release music. Luckily for me, developers are
Peggy George

T-Mobile Germany Banning Skype for iPhone - PC World - 0 views

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    Sure glad we aren't having the problems they are having in Germany! I love the Skype iPhone app!
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    at least we're better off than the folks in Germany, where the country's official provider, T-Mobile, wants to ban use of the Skype app on both its 3G network and its extensive Wi-Fi hot spot network. Not only has T-Mobile said that the use of Skype is forbidden, but it's also declared its intent to cancel the contracts of any users who use workarounds to run the program anyway. The company's reasoning is that the program's high data use would choke the network infrastructure and that it violates the customer contract, prohibiting VoIP--a clause apparently used by all other German mobile service providers as well.
John Evans

Building Sentences & Language Paperlessly! « techchef4u - 9 views

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    "A fellow ITS, Brad Cloud, was scheduled to conduct an iPad lesson with some recent immigrants at Nimitz Middle School. He mentioned he was looking for an app that would be useful for sentence building. I instantly thought of Read on Sight Free (formerly Word-Blocks) which was one of the apps that we had featured on our Hot Apps 4 Literacy show."
John Evans

Book Palette Adds 10 New Templates To iBooks Author -- AppAdvice - 7 views

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    "Hot on the heels of iBooks Author's release, publisher Jumsoft released Book Palette ($2.99), which adds 10 new templates to iBooks Author, and that number is expected to grow with future updates."
John Evans

If you prefer reading about technology in a magazine, grab the free Distro for iPad | iGo With My iPad - 13 views

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    "There are page turner Magazines on the iPad that are basically PDF versions of the print version. Becoming more popular are the magazines that have hot spot areas, video, scrollable articles and inter magazine linking. While these interactive magazines are being produced by large magazine publishers once a month, Engadget is creating their full featured content "Dristo" weekly. Grab the app and you will get an overview page of all of the 'magazines' published. Tap the ones you want to download and read within the same app."
Bernie Rummonds

Digital Roadtrip * Unique method for accessing student work on iPads? - 16 views

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    "There is an awful lot of hot air blown about accessing student work from "class sets" of iPads, via email, WebDAV, Dropbox etc etc. A little known and cool method is this… We all know that we can share via iTunes over USB to any Mac/PC with a recent version of iTunes. Well would you believe the same thing works without a cable and it doesn't have to be the Mac/PC that manages the devices. It means that any teacher can access all the students files on a device that has been "Saved to iTunes". You can even pick up the work, mark it and hand it back to the iPad whilst the iPad is still being used by the kids (unbeknown to the user!)."
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    "Unique method for accessing student work on iPads?"
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