Best Blog Posts of 2014 – Learning in Hand
Here is a great list of top blog posts from Tony Vincent’s Learning in Hand site. Topics include QR Codes, favorite Apps, all about iOS8, Ed Chats, etc.
Using AudioBoom in the Classroom to Improve Reading Fluency is from the Ed Surge blog. Great ideas for using this App to help students achieve better fluency.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning | Posted on March 13, 2014
Ever heard of App Smashing? This is merely the idea of taking the functionality of more than one App and combining to create a digital project. This site has a video and ideas on how to make this work in your classroom.
AppoLearning iPad App
The appoLearning iPad app features the best apps across more than 165 categories handpicked by more than 65 educational experts and scored using a transparent methodology.
Sea of iPad Apps is a page on the Dozier Elementary web site that has multiple categories of educational apps for kids. This is one of the best collections I have seen.
Apps for Learning by Doing in a PBL Setting is a Livebinder by Ginger Lewman full of ideas and Apps to help you in planning project based learning.
Best 100 iPad Apps for Middle School Students is just what it says – a list of links to Apps specifically geared toward middle school education.
ASCD App Now Available
The free Educational Leadership app is available for download from iTunes, Google Play, and the Amazon Appstore. The app enables ASCD members to browse, bookmark, download, and share EL content, beginning with the September 2012 issue, “Feedback for Learning.” Nonmembers can use the app to read the free Summer 2013 issue and browse highlights from back issues.
60 Educational Apps in 60 Minutes is a slide presentation highlighting apps for everything from productivity to play.
School Fuel Apps
School Fuel provides customized app and resource libraries aligned to Common Core Standards helping schools deliver the right apps to the right students at the right time – on any device. At launch, School Fuel provides nearly 1,000 free curated iOS and Android applications. Participating schools have immediate access to this quality app library and can easily add additional apps and digital learning resources to share with students.
Schools using the popular Google Apps for Education solution can install a free version of School Fuel from the Google Apps Marketplace.
Holiday Educational Apps for Kids If PJs and a cup of coffee is your idea of holiday shopping, then look no further than the AppStore when finding gifts for your technology-craving children.
Sonic Pics App allows you to Create, Record, & Share custom photo slideshows on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning | Posted on August 15, 2012
App Posters Classified by Learning Domains has everything from Blooms to Gardeners Multiple Intelligences…
Edshelf.Com is a directory of websites, mobile apps, and desktop software that are rated & reviewed by educators, for educators. We decrease the friction of using and procuring effective technology into the classroom.
Teacher’s Tech App Teacher’s Tech is one of the best mobile apps designed to assist teachers in the use of technology in their classrooms and their daily lives. This mobile app features “how-to” video screencasts of the most popular and useful Web 2.0 applications currently being used by educators, with step-by-step instructions on how to acquire services and use them effectively both as learning tools, collaborative devices, and resource generators.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning, Blogs | Posted on July 5, 2012
Apps in Education is a blog to help teachers find the apps they need for the classroom. Bypass the iTunes store and search here by subject area.
Yes, There\’s an App for That is a slideshare presentation with many App reviews by subject area.
Here are several links for guides, ideas, and widgets you can use when developing books/textbooks in iBook Author App:
iBook Author Guides
Adding Images 0r Cartoons
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning, iPad | Posted on February 29, 2012
List of Learning Goals for Ipad with related Apps has statements of goals and objectives (Example: I want my students to create digital stories with the iPad). Then, there are a
list of Apps to help you accomplish the task.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning, Mobile Learning | Posted on February 17, 2012
Create apps for all the major mobile devices Quick, easy, no coding required!
TCEA List of Apps is the most comprehensive I’ve seen. Organized on Google docs as a spreadsheet with subject strand and topics, it is easy to read and choose the App that best fits your lesson design.
Mobile Motivation – Mobile Learning Resources is a Livebinder created by Shelly Terrell that has it all – from lesson plans, apps, project based learning, assessment and much more. The most complete collection for BOYD or mobile learning I have come across.
IEP App for Parents is a great tool to keep track of all the paperwork and meetings involved in the special education process. Would also be a good app for school personnel to know. It’s inevitable that it will start showing up at IEP meetings.