Posts Tagged ‘ipod touch’

Fluency Finder

Cross posted on my other site, iLearn  Just like iLearn Technology, you can search any app by Bloom’s Taxonomy level.  All of the websites I share on iLearn Technology are completely FREE, the apps I review tend to be a mix of free and paid apps.  At the bottom of each post, I share […]

Guided Access in iOS6: Helping students properly manage their freedom on the iPad

iOS 6 comes with a very handy new addition called “Guided Access”.  Guided access lets teachers (and parents) limit use of the iPad to one app.  This is helpful for keeping students on the task at hand without being lured into “multi-tasking” in other apps.  I created the following for our parents (since Anastasis is […]

mobimaths-bringing math to life

Mobimaths What it is:  mobimaths is a brand new math app for iOS and Android devices.  I love the mission of mobimaths: to move away from textbooks and rote memorization and toward real world problems with an emphasis on communication and collaboration.  It doesn’t get better than that!  I wish more education app developers would […]

Conduit Mobile: Create your own apps

What it is: Want to see something really super cool?  You can create your very own app for multiple mobile platforms in, I don’t know, 7 minutes flat! Seriously.  Conduit Mobile makes it incredibly easy to create your own app out of a blog, class website, wiki, etc. and publish it to share with others.  […]

Appvent Calendar: A new free app waiting for you every day!

What it is: It is Advent season again.  This means that BlackSmith Games has launched their app-a-day Appvent calendar.  Each day a new app is released and is downloadable all day for FREE!  Very cool.  Not every app released is appropriate or useful for the classroom, but they are always fun!  Even if you can’t […]

Travel the World with the Flat Stanley App!

Flat Stanley What it is: Everyone is going iDevice crazy!  Want proof? Flat Stanley has traveled around the world and now finds himself in the app store!  Flat Stanley is a project that schools around the world have participated in, generally it consists of sending a flat, paper Stanley through snail mail with the goal […]

Quixey: App Search Engine

What it is:   Have you ever attempted an app search?  It is a miserable experience, unless you already know what you are looking for, you are out of luck!  Quixey changes all of that by powering app searches across multiple platforms (Android, Bada, BlackBerry, Chrome extensions, Chrome web apps, Facebook, Firefox add-ons, IE add-ons, iPad, iPhone, Mac, […]

Stick Pick app

Application: Stick Pick What it is: Stick Pick is a great app for the teacher iOS device.  Teachers can randomly (or intentionally) choose a student’s name from a virtual can of Popsicle sticks.  Student sticks are tied to a mode and level of difficulty for each learner.  Each time a student’s stick is drawn, you […]

iDev Books: Column Addition

Application: Column Addition What it is: The Column Addition app gives students a great place to practice and study the column addition method. Students can choose to solve random problems or input their own problems to solve.  The carrying of number is handled automatically with a clean animation. When students solve the operation for each […]

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