App Smashing – from Greg

Last week, EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec wrote: After working with iPads for any amount of time in the classroom, one will quickly realize that most processes can’t be completed with just one app. While many apps slightly overlap in terms of functionality, there tends to be a few black holes in each app that require the […]

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Readlists ePub creator that is based off of web links. Final list can be downloaded, shared as a link, emailed…. Tags: ebooks, reading, epub, curation, eBook, author, textbook, PDF Science360 From the National Science Foundation (NSF), this app provides images and videos that could be great content sources for other projects. Tags: science, ipad, app […]

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We had quite the week at EdTechTeacher. In addition to reviewing over 118 proposals for the upcoming EdTechTeacher iPad Summit, we kicked off our Winter Webinar Series with Evolving Technology Use in the Classroom. If you missed this event, the recording link is now available in our Webinar Archives. On January 24th, our FREE, live Webinar […]

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Happy New Year! With the holidays as well as our first workshop of 2013 at Heathwood Hall School in Columbia, South Carolina, we only have a few items to share this week. Is The iPad King? It Is For Us And That’s All That Matters (For Now) Patrick Larkin, Assistant Superintendent for Learning for Burlington Public […]

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Happy Holidays! We hope that all of you have enjoyed the winter break from school. Here are a few posts and ideas to wrap up 2012. The Answer Pad This free version combines electronic and paper assessment for quick grading. Teachers can access pre-loaded Common Core standards and create unlimited answer sheets. Tags: ipad, assessment […]