In addition to this week’s list of resources, make sure to visit our iPad As… page. Objectives 1-5 have been updated, and more changes are slated to come next week.
Using iPads as an administrator to document and promote student work.
Using Evernote to assess readers. This ties in the SAMR Model as well.
Suggested iPad apps for administrators
Collect web videos and then play them offline on your iPad. Roadshow lets you browse the web and add videos to a collection.
iPad in a middle school science classroom
Texas teacher created stop action animations with MyCreate to demonstrate understanding of anatomy.
Stop motion app that allows for creation with voice-over.
This is a BRILLIANT use of the iPad to create Common Craft style videos using Drawn-n-Share Lite and Explain Everything.
Blog post about solutions & problems of sharing iPads
Paperport Notes has an update that allows for OCR recognition. A Paperport notes account is required for this to happen. Any picture that is snapped and pulled into a note can now be read by an iPad or even edited within the app.
App for helping students solve algebraic formulas.
Interesting video about a literacy project that combined ExplainEverything and iTunesU
Categories across the top of the blog with links to content specific apps
Apps by category / content
List of core iPad apps used by elementary school students at teachers at Pine Glen – from @DanCallahan.
Set of videos created by Burlington High School students as social media public service announcements.
LaCue 50 iPad apps
This is an interesting new app for digitizing student work and creating online portfolios for assessment. It allows teachers to snap pictures of student work and instantly log them into their portfolio.
Visual layout of categories of ideas for iPads and then an outline of how to proceed with that idea. Apps, setup and examples provided.
Categorized spreadsheet of apps
List of Math iPad apps
Class web site from Chicago music teacher at the National Teacher’s Academy.
Great class blog from middle school science teacher, Autumn Laidler.
Similar to Fotobabble, this app lets you add voice, draw, and zoom photos to tell digital stories.