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John Evans

An Infographic Guide to Google Apps for the App - Shake Up Learning - 35 views

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    "Using Google Apps on the App can get sticky! Historically, Google and the App have not played well together. But we have come a long way in the last couple years! There are now tons of Apps for iOS devices that integrate well with Google, and Google has release several official Apps for the App. There is hope, Obi Wan, Google and Apple can play nice! The infographic embedded below details the most useful Google Apps for the App. These are the Apps that I find most useful not only for teachers, but any Google user. Take a look, download, and explore the wonderful possibilities of using Google Apps on the App! (Note: There are a few Apps that were designed for the iPhone, but worth mentioning for the App as well.)"
Cyndi Danner-Kuhn

Tony Vincent's Learning in Hand - iPad - 15 views

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    Apple's slate-style computer has been released in the U.S. The App runs the iPhone Operating System and can run almost all Apps from the App Store. Schools are interested in App because of those Apps and the promise of interactive textbooks. * Read Learning in Blog Blog posts tagged App. * Download Apple's 154 page App manual. * View Apple's App Guided Tour videos.
John Evans

Tom's Guide: 40 Free and Useful iPad iPads Updated - 4 views

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    "Mobile games for are all well and good, but you likely didn't spend hundreds of dollars on an iPhone just so you could play the games. The truth is, as we spend more and more time away from our computers, developers come up with more apps that allow us to run our lives from devices like the app. Check out our round-up of 40 of the best app apps over on Tom's Guide."
John Evans

Tips2012 iPad iPad 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 iPad 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 iPad, it is possible to save screenshots. This iPad is available in American and British English versions, and is translated into French, German, and Japanese (check the description)."
John Evans

How to Spot and Avoid iPad and iPhone iPads with Fake Reviews | PadGadget - 7 views

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    "When I'm considering an app review, or considering purchasing an app for personal use, one of the first things that I do is to read the user reviews, as I'm sure many of you do too. Unfortunately, a newly released app or an app without a lot of reviews can sometimes have fake reviews, planted by developers or their friends, to trick unsuspecting customers and artificially inflate ratings. We've developed a quick guide that will help you avoid apps that are being falsely promoted."
John Evans

Best Free iPad iPad of the Week: NPR Music - iPad Insight - 6 views

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    "This week's pick is NPR Music for iPad, which offers a superb mix of music from a range of good genres, music news, articles, reviews, interviews, live concerts and exclusive streams and lots more. The iPad Store page for NPR Music touts it as 'your guide to new music' and 'love at first listen'. And hiPadily, the iPad nicely lives up to those big promises."
John Evans

Tips 2012 iPad iPad Guide #42: QuickGraph | TPACK iPad Project In Schools (TIPS) - 5 views

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    "QuickGraph is simply the best graphing calculator app for the iPhone and app. Using a simple visual & touch interface, this app makes it easy to enter, edit, and visualise 2D and 3D algebraic equations and inequalities (optional) in all standard coordinate systems. "
John Evans

iPad iPad Guide #13: Keynote | TPACK iPads in Schools - 8 views

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    "Keynote for iPad, part of the iWork iPad suite, is a beautiful and powerful presentation tool, which is almost as good as the Mac desktop version. Users can create slideshows for projects, professional presentations, etc using the built-in templates, graphics, and animations."
John Evans

Tips2012 iPad iPad Guide #40: Book Creator | TPACK iPad Project In Schools (TIPS) - 9 views

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    "Despite all the recent buzz about iBooks Author, teachers and students looking for an intuitive, easy-to-use app need look no further than Book Creator for app."
John Evans

iPad iPad Guide #15: Penultimate | TPACK iPads in Schools - 6 views

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    "Penultimate is a powerful note-taking app for the app, enabling users to create an infinite number of beautiful electronic notebooks using different paper formats."
John Evans

Stuck in Guided Access with iOS 6? Here's How to Escape - 6 views

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    "Guided Access, or what we to call "Kid Mode", is a fantastic addition to iOS that lets you lock an iPhone or iPad into a single iPad. Well, great when it works as it's intended, but it iPadears there's a pretty frustrating bug that makes the feature work a little too well once it's enabled in iOS 6 with some iPads: triple-clicking the Home button doesn't summon anything and you're stuck in an iPad! This leaves you unable to leave Guided Access mode, but here's a workaround to get out of it until the bug is resolved:"
Judy Arzt

Learning and Teaching with iPads: Quick guide to using iPads for learning - 12 views

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    Excellent resources for finding information about using apps on the app for learning. 
John Evans

iPad iPad Guide #4: Flipboard | TPACK iPads in Schools - 5 views

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    "Flipboard creates beautiful interactive digital magazines on your iPad based on your selection of social media feeds - from news websites, Twitter, Google Reader, blogs, Flickr, Facebook, Instagram, and blogs. It brings reading to life, and it's FREE!"
Fred Delventhal

123D Catch for iPad 2 Wi-Fi, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad (3rd generation), and iPad Wi-Fi + 4G on the iTunes iPad Store - 5 views

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    Automatically turn your photos into amazing 3D models with Autodesk 123D Catch. Capture the world around you in a whole new way!  ✓ Take photos with your camera-equipped iPad and submit them for processing on the Autodesk Cloud where they are automatically converted into a realistic 3D model that you can view, share, and download. ✓ Take up to 40 photos and upload them to the Autodesk Cloud for processing ✓ Connect with the 123D Catch Community Gallery to see the amazing captures other users have shared and to submit your own! ✓ Included example gallery to explore! ✓ Interactive startup iPad you through the process! ✓ Use your device's gyro to control the 3D camera when viewing your finished captures or simply touch the screen to use Multi-Touch view controls
John Evans

Top Weather Apps for Your App | PadGadget - 4 views

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    "With all of the fantastic weather apps out there, your app could do double duty as your weather forecasting crystal ball (of sorts), but also your guide to other relevant environmental details regarding bugs, UV dangers and other news."
John Evans

Transforming Teaching and Learning with iPads: Internet, Halloween, and Guided Math - 5 views

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    "Since receiving the iPad Pilot classroom, life has been so much easier on me with great planning. In my guided math class, I begin each class where the students have 5 minutes to work on their facts using Mad Math Lite and Monster Math. These iPads have helped the children improve on their multiplication and division facts. Once the five minutes have passed, we start Guided Math."
John Evans

A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet: 39 Sites For Using iPads in the Classroom - 15 views

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    "How Much Did Steve Jobs Change the World? You might be reading this on your iPhone, iPad or computer, but whether or not you have a Macintosh or a PC, Steve Jobs is responsible for so much of the technology we are using today. Did you know that Windows computers copied the drop-down window interface from iPadle computers? Yes, all true. So today, when the power went out in the school and we couldn't get on the Internet, I noticed what an important part of my life technology has become. Talk about making a dent in the world. Jobs' legacy will live on in generations to come. Here are 39 sites for using one of Jobs' greatest innovations: THE iPad."
John Evans

Top 3 Math Apps for iPhone or App | Computer How To Guide - 8 views

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    "Lets face it, math is not the most intriguing or intuitive subject. For this reason, many students find learning math a real drag! As a math tutor in NYC that deals with children of all ages, I am constantly looking for fun, new ways to teach my students. Since many of them have access to an iPhone or iPad (or both), I recommend that they use their devices as an educational tool. Believe it or not, your smartphone or tablet can be a great learning resource."
Chris Hunewell

Limit an iOS Device to Running a Single App - Tony Vincent - Learning in Hand - 7 views

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    "Apple has introduced Guided Access in iOS 6. It keeps your device in a single App and allows you to control which features are available. "
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    Lock your iPad to a single iPad
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