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Weekly Resources & Suggestions
File management and creation on an iPad.
What are the best screencasting apps? This article gives a pro/con rundown.
Google Drive help page…not iPad specific though, but it could help when using Drive for workflow on iPads.
Wolfram iOS Geography app…
This app allows you to read and access files from a variety of sources. It is free until 9/10/2012 and could be a great research tool.
Great post on how iPads are being used in schools & focusing on responsible use.
Great blog post on integrating Dropbox and Edmodo to create a workflow scenario.
– By Beth Holland
Polleverywhere is an amazing tool to use in the classroom and works on any device. However, in the past, it was difficult to create and disseminate polls from the iPad. This blog posts describes the new Mobile Presenter tool.
Fetch! Lunch Rush! from PBS Kids is a free math app for elementary students to get them moving around the room to solve problems.
While there are lots of web-based time line creation tools, here are three apps from Richard Byrne for creating timelines on the iPad.
This could be a great tool for after-school programs, early childhood centers, and parents. We Want Apps helps to find age-appropriate apps for kids.
Responsible Use Guidelines for iPad use in Middle School.
This is a great list for iPad deployment in schools. The focus is on teacher and student prep vs. technology configuration.
Great blog post about the implementation of an iPad pilot program in a 5th grade classroom. The focus of the article is on student learning rather than technical configuration.
Though an iPhone app, this would also work on an iPad. Star Walk is a very cool app that essentially is a mobile planetarium. Find visible stars and planets overhead and take the classroom outside.