In addition to this annotated list of apps and ideas, EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec and Beth Holland also maintain the iPad for ETT Diigo Group as well as The iPad As… page which groups apps and resources based on learning goals.
Remember The Milk: Online to-do list and task management
Alternative to Wunderlist, Remember the Milk also ties into Google Docs.
The Flow of History now has an iPad app that contains hundreds of historical flowcharts with links. Very cool for social studies.
This is a great app for learning about the solar system and concepts such as the earth’s rotation.
iPad apps for social studies, compiled by Angela Cunningham
In the continuing battle of content curation, now you can clip to Evernote straight from your iPad.
A great comprehensive list, especially for elementary and pre-school students. The top pick is a personal favorite.
21 minute sessions for just-in-time PD. Great resources for elementary teachers and iPad users. This site is a “just-in-time” resource for preK-3rd grade teachers at Central School. These resources are aligned to the NETS-T national standards and support the district’s goals of technology integration and increased rigor in the classroom.
Quick presentation from ISTE12 on using ipads and epubs with helpful links for creating in Mac and PC
iPads for Admins
Record anything that is happening on your iPad w/ this app and then upload to YouTube…looks a bit buggy though.
Creating an eBook on the iPad using BookCreator
Directions for adding Pinterest bookmarklet on an iPad.