It’s hard to believe, but at EdTechTeacher, we have already made the transition from summer workshops to back-to-school, in-service professional days. This year, a number of teachers will be returning to their classroom with new mobile devices – especially iPads. Throughout the summer, EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec has conducted a number of workshops on iPad integration, and decided to pull together a back-to-school list of apps structured around specific classroom goals. The Thinglink image below (created using PhotoshopTouch on an iPad) contains hotspots with links and ideas. For more details, you can read Greg’s whole post, Back to School App-pack, on his blog.

Weekly iPad Resources & Suggestions

Paper | FiftyThree

A great writing and drawing app, Paper53 has touch sensitive tools. Though the app is free, you can pay to upgrade from a single pen to watercolor brushes, pencils, etc.

KustomNote – Professional note taking for Evernote

Custom note taking templates for Evernote.

Splice Slideshow Tool | My Hullabaloo

Slideshow app for the iPad –

Tags: slideshow, presentation, Keynote, iMovie, hullabaloo

iPad 1 to 1: Reflections on the first year | darrencoxon.net

1:1 Reflection of 1 year of iPads. Blog post by Darren Coxon. Quote: “99% of education apps are rubish. Office productivity apps are the way to go.”

Tags: reflections, ipad, 1:1_Reflection

Google Now Lets You ‘Handwrite’ Your Search Queries On Your iDevice — AppAdvice

New addition to Google on an IOS device – how to search google by hand writing on the device. Great for assistive technology.

Tags: Google, IOS, handwriting, writing

Easy Portfolio – ePortfolio Tool for Students & Teachers

Portfolio creation platform for the iPad. Created by PE teacher Mr. Robbo

Tags: portfolio, ipad, eportfolio, Education

Technology with Intention | The Apple iPad will not save your school

Blog Post – the iPad will not save your school.

Formworks for iPad on the iTunes App Store

Meant for business, create forms on the iPad to collect data.

Tags: forms, ipad, data_collection

Text Here

Free “for a limited time”, this app quickly lets you add speech bubbles and other shapes to photos. This could be a great tool for quickly creating help files, digital stories, or simple comics.

Tags: ipad, app, comics, Elementary

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  3. Caroline Says

    We’re also interested to see how the iPad replaces or augments textbooks in the classroom, especially for current events and social studies. We produced two iBooks on two different topics — Haiti and Statelessness — that we think could add a really nice human interactive side to discussions, because the photos, writing, videos, etc. are all in one place. Have you used iBooks/eBooks in the classroom?

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