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. The July Newsletter also contained a number of new resources.
EdTechTeacher iPad Summit Call for Proposals
The Call for Proposals for the iPad Summit is open until August 1st. EdTechTeacher invites applications to present at all education levels, content areas, and specialties, as well as industry and technology experts. Your proposal should fall under one of the following conference strands: Classroom Integration, Leadership, and Technical. Should your proposal be accepted, you will be invited to present during the November 7-8 full conference at the Joseph B. Martin Center at Harvard Medical School. Please visit the Call for Proposals page on the iPad Summit web site for more information.
This wiki is full of videos and ideas for integrating iPads and other mobile technologies into special needs classrooms.
Interesting iPad integration blog…a few new ideas here
Not an iPad app, but a web based collaboration platform that allows for group brainstorming
At EdTechTeacher, we often teach how to use Evernote as a note taking, workflow, and collaboration tool. This is a blog devoted to it.
Create your own augmented reality situations with Aurasma. The potential for this app is pretty incredible.
list for making movies on the iPad including script writing, storyboarding and filming effects
iPad workflow solutions – created by Greg Kulowiec for the New England 1:1 Summit
Collaboration with iPads from Tony Vincent’s Learning in Hand blog
How to download movies to you iPad
Article on basic overview of using iPads in class
With Pocket, it’s possible to curate content to read offline or online. It has similar features as Diigo, but uses a visual interface similar to Flipboard. Definite potential here.
Much like Wunderlist, Producteev allows you to collaborate on group projects, syncs with multiple devices, and serves as a good organizational tool.
This free app could be a cross between Evernote and Wunderlist, but may not have all the sharing features. It’s worth checking out, though.
This is a great post from toponlinecolleges.com that provides a list of suggested apps and resources for higher education.