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John Evans

Try Your Hand at Game Programming on the iPad with Codify, News from GamePro - 3 views

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    "Programming games is a challenging business. If you've never done it before, you might be surprised at how much code goes into making the most simple things happen on screen. And if you've always wanted to make a game for iOS devices, on top of actually creating the game, there's the App Store approval process and, of course, the wailing hordes that are App Store reviewers. Well, now there's a new way to try your hand at Programming on Apple's tablet -- a new app from Adelaide-based Two Lives Left known as Codify."
John Evans

Codea: Lua Programming on Your iPad | iPad.AppStorm - 2 views

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    "But now, some smart Australian developer by the name of Simeon Nasilowski has come up with the brilliant idea of being able to program (simple) iPad apps - and all straight from your iPad. Codea (formerly known as Codify) is not only a simple way of designing your own iPad apps but also features plenty of built-in tools and tricks to help make your programming experience a lot more easier and, dare I say it, enjoyable."
John Evans

SMPS iPad program: D.I.Y. iPad Storage Cabinet - 6 views

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    "Here at St. Matthew's, in addition to a 6th through 8th grade 1:1 iPad program (where students take the iPads home), we have a 5th grade 1:1 iPad "stay at school" program. These students use the iPads during school hours, then turn them in at the end of the day."
Mu He

Apple for the Teachers: iPad Shows Promise in the Classroom - 4 views

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    Nearly 1,000 K-12 schools have an iPad one-to-one program. In other words, at minimum, they are providing an entire classroom of students with their own iPads to use throughout their school day. Other metrics reinforce that trend. Apple says that currently every state in the U.S. has a K-12 iPad education pilot program or deployment in place. And more than 2,300 K-12 school districts in the United States are running iPad programs for students or faculty, among them New York City and Chicago.
John Evans

Cargo-Bot, An Addictive iPad Game That Teaches Programming Concepts | Co.Design: business + innovation + design - 6 views

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    "The key to learning to code is learning to think like a computer--which is a hard thing to do. "It requires structured thinking, ability to abstract details away, and there's little margin for error--one little typo and your program might do something entirely different from what you wanted," says game developer Rui Viana. "
John Evans

IEP & iPad Pilot Program - Teachers - Special Needs Apps for Kids (SNApps4Kids.com) - 9 views

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    "SNApps4Kids has created a pilot program to test a service for matching applications or "apps" to IEPs of children who have special needs."
John Evans

2012 iPad Program Doc's. | iPads 4 Learning @ MLC - 5 views

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    "Regarding our 1:1 iPad Program commencing at the beginning of 2012 in our year 6 and 7 cohorts, i have attached all relevant documents which have been part of informing parents and our community about our iPad happenings so far. All documents are in PDF format and can be downloaded."
Tami Brass

Ten One Design Pogo Sketch - 2 views

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    Superbly designed using a light-weight aluminum alloy and detailed graphics, the Pogo Sketch features a look that's hard to ignore. The soft tip glides easily over the surface of your trackpad or display, making it fun and easy to sketch, draw characters, or just slide to unlock. Sized for comfort, it does away with inaccuracies common to fingertip-only use. Turn your MacBook trackpad into a pen tablet for premium drawing programs! The new multi-touch trackpads allow the Pogo Sketch to control your favorite drawing programs (like, say Scribbles).
John Evans

Apple Donates 9,000 iPads to Teachers Working in Impoverished Schools [Report] | Cult of Mac - 2 views

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    "Apple has partnered with the Teach for America program and donated 9,000 first gen iPads to teachers that work in impoverished and dangerous schools. The donated iPads come from customers that gave to Apple's public service program during the iPad 2 launch."
Bernie Rummonds

$200,000 Program Gets Kindergartens iPad 2s & Apps - 10 views

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    RT @gcouros: $200,000 Program Gets Kindergartens iPad 2s & Apps http://bit.ly/gng1fh #ipaded #bhschat
Bernie Rummonds

The Innovative Educator: iPad Literacy Program Increases Reading & Writing Ability - 5 views

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    "Footsteps2Brilliance (F2B) is an impressive educational game platform that supports students in pre k - 3rd grade in learning to read and write."
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    iPad Literacy Program Increases Reading & Writing Ability http://t.co/JQyAYMwH #iear
John Evans

Eanes ISD - How do you setup a 1:1 iPad Program?: Episode 8 « techchef4u - 6 views

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    "This is a supplement to "Appy Hours 4 You" Blog Talk Radio Show: Episode 8 - "Eanes ISD: How do you setup a 1:1 iPad Program"."
John Evans

Apple Reminds Teachers And IT Pros About Free Web iPad-In-Education Webcast Series | Cult of Mac - 7 views

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    "With the end of the school year, Apple is taking the opportunity to remind schools and educators about a free professional development program that it's offering. Called the Tune In Series, the program is a series of webcast events covering the iPad and many of the technologies that Apple introduced during its education event in January. The series is running every week through the end of August."
John Evans

New App From NYU's SHERP Brings Science To Your iPad · NYU Local - 2 views

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    "Student's from NYU's SHERP (Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program) graduate program in the Carter Journalism Institute have released a free interactive iPad app to accompany the department's online magazine Scienceline."
John Evans

Apps in Education: Managing Individual Education Programs (IEP) on the iPad - 8 views

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    "Individual Education Programs (IEP) can be difficult to put in place at the best of times. IEP's are sometime a source of concern and frustration. The more informed people are about the IEP process the better the IEP can be. Parents will normally work with teachers to develop a plan to help the students succeed in school. The IEP assists this process by describing the goals the whole team sets for a student during the school year, as well as any special support needed to help achieve them. Here are a number of apps that make managing and collecting data for the IEP Process just that little bit easier."
John Evans

iPad and iPhone Application Development (HD) - Download free content from Stanford on iTunes - 1 views

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    " Prerequisites: C language and programming experience at the level of 106B or X. Recommended: UNIX, object-oriented programming, graphical toolkits Offered by Stanford's School of Engineering, the course will last ten weeks and include both the lecture videos and PDF documents. "
John Evans

7 Reasons the iPad Should be the Device of Choice for Any 1:1 Program - iPads in Education - 11 views

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    "The device does matter! It seems like every school considering a 1:1 program or every pundit talking about implementing a 1:1 program attempts to make the politically correct statement that the device doesn't matter, instead insisting what really matters is what you do with the device."
John Evans

iPads for Everyone: How a small library program became a runaway hit and reached more than 4,100 kids and teachers - The Digital Shift - 21 views

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    "Walk into our school library and you're bound to see scores of iPads propped up on the tables. Our students at Westlake High, a large suburban school on the outskirts of Austin, TX, are using them to read ebooks, download assignments, edit videos, write blog posts, and to do much more. Since we rolled out our 1:1 iPad program a year ago, more than 4,100 teachers and students, including eighth graders at the nearby middle school and even some of our elementary school classes, have taken advantage of these devices. In fact, they've become as much a part of students' everyday lives as their notebooks, backpacks, and textbooks."
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