Posts Tagged ‘writing’

Tapose: Collaborative Content Creation with Multitasking Built in!

Tapose What it is: Tapose is a fantastic (currently the BEST I’ve seen) journaling app for the iPad.  Tapose goes above and beyond the other journal apps that I’ve seen with a few key features: It offers customization- When a student creates a new journal, they can choose a custom cover for the journal and […]

Demibooks Composer

 Demibooks Composer What it is: This may very well be the single greatest iPad creation tool yet.  Demibooks Composer is the first iPad based authoring software.  Do you know what that means???  It means that you hold in your hands the ability to create interactive books!  Weeeee!  Students and teachers can use this powerful authoring […]

Grammaropolis Word Sort

Application: Grammaropolis Word Sort What it is: Grammaropolis Word Sort uses the characters from one of my favorite grammar websites, Grammaropolis, and makes learning the basic parts of speech fun.  Students “grab” a word as it flies across the screen and drag it to the correct part of speech container.  Grammaropolis personifies each part of […]

Solar Walk- 3D Solar System Model

Application: Solar Walk What it is: Solar Walk is an incredible 3D astronomy application packed full of beautiful graphics and animations of the solar system.  The graphics are very realistic, even allowing students to see clouds and the relief of mountains, lakes, and oceans of the Earth.  This 3D solar system lets students zoom in, […]

Story Patch

Application: Story Patch What it is: Story Patch is a digital storytelling tool that kids can use to write stories.  Story Patch lets kids create picture books right on the iPad.  The application comes with more than 800 beautiful illustrations that will bring stories to life.  Kids can customize their own characters, even allowing them […]

Dragon Dictation

Application: Dragon Dictation What it is: Dragon Dictation is a speech to text application.  To use it, students speak into the microphone and their speech is converted to text.  The accuracy is impressive, even with difficult words or background noise.  Students can use Dragon Dictation to compose notes, email messages, or status updates for a […]

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