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.
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50 texting acronyms your kids might use that you need to know
Now that more schools allow cell phones in schools, it might be good for educators to know what all those texting acronyms mean. This is a good guide of the top 50.
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.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apple TV, iPad, iPod Touch/iPhone | Posted on November 12, 2013
Bringing Apple TV into the Classroom has great ideas from a classroom teacher as well as “how tos” to successfully implement Apple TV technology.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in iPad, iPod Touch/iPhone | Posted on October 11, 2013
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in EMail, iPod Touch/iPhone | Posted on July 12, 2013
10 Mail Tips for iPhone & iPad to Help You Email Smarter and Faster With ten tips ranging from having more emails be visible and stored on the device, to bulk management, to replying smarter, moving recipients around quickly, the quickest way to access drafts and add attachments to a message, and using Siri to compose complete emails, you’re sure to become more efficient working with emails in the iOS Mail app while you’re on the go.
10 Terrific Tips for Typing on a Tablet is a nice guide on the Blue Skunk blog.
60 Educational Apps in 60 Minutes is a slide presentation highlighting apps for everything from productivity to play.
The 3 Fastest Ways to Get Photos from an iPad to a Computer is an article from iPad Insights blog with easy ways to manage collections of photos from iPhone or iPad.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in iPod Touch/iPhone, Mobile Learning | Posted on February 22, 2013
6 Ways Students Can Use Siri is an article from Simplek12 about the smart use of iPhones in the classroom.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in iPod Touch/iPhone, iTunes | Posted on February 11, 2013
This is a free download from iTunes that has 154 iPhone tips and tricks…enjoy.
44 Smart Ways to Use Smart Phones in Class We all know our students have a smart phone in their pocket. This article gives some great ideas for harnessing the power of this technology in your classroom.
6 Ways to Use Cell Phones to Strengthen the Home/School Connection is a great article on integrating the most common piece of technology into our school-to-home communications.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in iPad, iPod Touch/iPhone | Posted on July 9, 2012
Yes, There\’s an App for That is a slideshare presentation with many App reviews by subject area.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in iPad, iPod Touch/iPhone | Posted on May 10, 2012
Be an iPad Superstar – 8 Links to Tips and Tricks is another wonderful resource from Tony Vincent’s Learning in Hand blog.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in iPad, iPod Touch/iPhone | Posted on April 10, 2012
How to Use iPad in Direct Sunlight from iPad Addict says it may be as simple as polarized sunglasses and even goes into the scientific principals of why this is true.
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.