Exploring the use of iPads and mobile devices in education.
Everywhere I turn schools seem to be buying iPads. Critics, even in this forum, question whether investment in a relatively new and untested technology can be justified, especially given the current economic climate. To some degree, I think their scepticism has merit.
Buying iPads for your…
Wow! You have got to try Doceri Remote for the iPad and Doceri Desktop for the PC/Mac. This app has one feature that I have not found on any other desktop remote. It allows you to annotate on anything. Basically, your iPad, PC/Mac and Projector becomes your digital smart board. There is no need to pay for expensive and bulky smart board systems. Nor any of the wireless pen based whiteboards. Doceri is all you need. Doceri gives you the freedom to teach from anywhere in the classroom.…Continue
Please check out my site:iPad Resources for District Administrators
Knowing district budgets, I've tried to find the free and low-cost apps that we feel would be useful to district admins. Of course, they might also be beneficial to teachers and others.
There is also a Google Form for you to add apps to the section. At the bottom of the form is a link to view the spreadsheet. Please feel free to add to…Continue
Added by WebGalPat on June 28, 2011 at 6:54am — No Comments
The following is my report to our Board of Trustees offering a general rationale for our the shift to iPad - 1 to 1 computing.
The purpose of this report is to present to the Board the rationale and progress of the moving the School to a One to One computing platform using the iPad.
Xaverian’s genesis was in the midst of the Cold War. The explicit expectation was that Xaverian…Continue
Apple held it’s widely anticipated Worldwide Developer Conference recently and as expected, took the opportunity to disclose the upcoming release of many new product features and services. Chief among them was the announcement of the new iOS 5 mobile operating system and a new wireless data synchronization and…Continue
A number of iPad apps allow you to use your device as a second monitor for your computer. One of the more popular apps is Air Display. At the time of writing Air Display was selling on the App Store for $9.95 - that's fairly…Continue
Added by Sam Gliksman on June 9, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments
The iPad app "UPAD" has probably the most potential of making us truly paperless. UPAD allows you to take typed or handwritten notes, edit uploaded pictures with multiple pen colors, create your own documents from preloaded templates, or import PDF's to create your own templates.
So far, I have used UPAD for students to take spelling tests, complete Everyday Math master sheets, proofread and edit their writing, draw on photos they have taken, and send all of it to parents via…Continue
The way I create folders on my classroom iPad is by organizing them with a student focus in mind. For example; I created folders labeled "Free Write" and "Free Math" so students know what they are allowed to use when they are finished with their writing or math assignment.
I also create specific folders for lessons or units of study. The folder labeled "Earth" on our classroom iPad was created for small group work. Students had the task of answering the question, "Why are we able to…Continue
Greetings iPad Educators,
My name is Naomi Harm, Twitter handle: nharm. I would like to share some great PreK/K iPad educational and instructional apps for students. I was very motivated to create this collection list of PreK/K apps based on a iPad pilot project in the Holmen, WI School District, where I…Continue
I've used the SMART Recorder and my SMART Board to create screencasts for my math classes and then posted them on YouTube. It is sometimes hard to do so because of the time it takes to set up and my board is not always available.
Recently I found the app Replay Note and used that as an alternative to using my SMART Board. Replay Note (a good deal at $4.99) is a fairly simple app to use. It allows the user to choose…Continue