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.
Appitic is an App collection site for educators with apps divided into categories.
Educreations transforms your iPad into a recordable whiteboard that captures your voice and handwriting to produce amazing video lessons that you can share online. It’s as simple as touching, tapping and talking.
Here are a trio of great sites for finding Apps and using iPod Touch as an Internet device.
Why an iPod Touch in Education?
The Daily App Show
Moglue.Com is a desktop platform that allows publishers, amateur authors and artists a way to create interactive ebooks and release them as apps for iOS and Android devices with one-click publishing. Moglue provides a platform which enables anyone to quickly and easily create interactive ebooks for platforms such as the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Android tablets and Android phones. The content is made once, with an easy to use UI. No programming required.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning, iPad | Posted on November 9, 2011
iPad in the Elementary Classroom is yet another site chock full of resources for the elementary school teacher or parent including Apps, how-tos, and much more.
iPad Apps for Kids with Special Needs has a list of Apps by need or disability to help special education teachers and parents.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning, Voicethread | Posted on November 9, 2011
Voice Thread Mobile App
With VoiceThread Mobile, all of your content is also available on the iPhone®, iPad® and iPod touch®. Whether you’re working from the Mobile App or from your web browser, experience the simplicity and flexibility you expect from VoiceThread.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning, E-Books | Posted on October 25, 2011
Jetpack from Purdue University
JetPack, a free app on the Apple iTunes App Store, will allow authors to include video, specialized calculators, interactive media, Google maps, interactive quizzes and self-assesment tests together with standard e-book text in creating e-books that can be viewed on mobile devices.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning, Search Engines | Posted on October 20, 2011
Mind Leap.Com is a site that helps you search for educational apps by subject or by grade level. Then you are directed to the correct page to download. From the web site…
Mind Leap makes sure that parents and educators know which apps are educational and which aren’t, which keep kids engaged and which bore them to tears. And, we encourage developers to build great stuff that turns kids on to learning.
Halloween Apps from Teacher Boot Camp blog is a great collection of educational activities tied to the Halloween festivities.
20 New Ways Students with Disabilities benefit from iOS 5 Who knew that one of the major benefits of the new Apple iOS 5 operating system would be a plethora of upgrades that help students with special needs – including assistive touch.
39 Sites for Using iPads in the Classroom is a post on the iPads for Learning blog as a tribute to Steve Jobs.
PBS App allows you to enjoy more than 300 hours of video on your mobile device.
The App Inventor – Course Outline & Lessons for Teaching HS Programming
Google Intern, Michelle Hutton, created the following 6 week curriculum. This
curriculum is a project based curriculum that allows students to explore the
world of computer science through the creation of smartphone apps. To learn
more explore the following links:
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning, iPad | Posted on October 7, 2011
Kathy Schrock\’s iPads in the Classroom Page has numerous resources to help you effectively integrate this technology along with a list of suggested Apps.
At TeacherCast, you will find Screencasts demonstrating software, websites, and little tricks that will become essential for you in your classroom. We record Audio Podcasts featuring interviews with great professional educators. Finally, we will also maintain a great collection of links to some great apps, websites, and journals where we will feature the latest gadget reviews and how they can be best used in the classroom.
Read it Later
Read It Later lets you save what you find on the web to watch and read on any device, at any time.
It’s been called “a DVR for the web” by the New York Times, Business Week, Time, TechCrunch and more.
I use it to save links from my Twitter stream but it can do so much more.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning, iPad | Posted on September 5, 2011
iPad Apps for Math & Science is a list tailored to middle and high school teachers of Math and Science.
iPad Apps for Physical Education Teachers
comes from the blog, “The Physical Education Teacher.”
iPads in Education
Great site for all things iPad.
Teach With Your iPad
has Apps organized by subject, type, grades levels.
Finding the best iPhone apps is like hitting AppStore pay dirt. Our AppLists are handpicked bundles of apps that fit your unique style. Whether you are looking for an app to use your phone for a particular purpose, or just want to have more fun on the go, AppLists transform your iPhone to your very own myPhone.