iPads in the Classroom

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“At DonorsChoose.org we have noticed a recent trend in technology-based project requests. Teachers recognize that we live in an age of information and are excited to bring items such as iPads, laptops, iPods, and Kindles into their classrooms. Eric Crouch of Columbus, GA created a video about how he uses iPads to engage his first grade students. Take a peek into Mr. Crouch’s classroom as he discusses the benefits of learning through iPads.”

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100 Apps for Teachers

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“Are you a teacher now or studying to become one in the future? Have you been looking for a handy list of digital apps that will help you organize your life inside and outside the classroom?

 

Well, you have come to the right place.

 

With the world around us becoming more technologically advanced every day, developers are creating apps designed specifically to make your life as an educator easier.  

 

Check out our 100 helpful apps below!”

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Photo Editing Apps For iPad: iPad/iPhone Apps AppList

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“Whether you are professional photographer that likes to travel light (i.e. without a laptop) or casual photographer that simply likes the convenience of using the iPad, there are a number of apps in the app store for editing photos. We have sifted through the bunch and selected some of our favorites.”

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Tips for Sharing iPads in Schools – iPads in Education

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“iPads are designed as inherently personal devices. There are no user logins or custom desktops for different users as there might be on a laptop or desktop. Many schools however share iPads between classes and students in much the same way that they share laptop carts. Laptops can accommodate different user logins and therefore protect individual student data.

 

iPads aren’t laptops and can’t be used the same way. Most iPad apps cache your login information. In other words, once you’ve logged in, they automatically remember your login information and open your data when the app is opened again. The little love letter or risqué rap lyrics that Joey wrote will pop right up on the screen for the next user who opens the app.

 

A 1:1 environment is where every student gets his own dedicated iPad and it’s unquestionably the preferred model for school use. You’ll have to overcome quite a few obstacles if you expect to share iPads between students. iPads just aren’t built to be shared. Having said that, there are some considerations that make it a little easier and safer to share them. Here’s a few:”

Excerpted from new book, iPad in Education for Dummies by Sam…

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Working Together: iPad Apps that Facilitate Student Collaboration

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Storyboard That – online storyboard creator for schools

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Storyboard That is a cutting edge Web 2.0 tool for rapidly creating amazing storyboards, no art skills needed. Great for business meetings and in the classroom for students to express their creativity.

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Share Your Presentations Live With Everyone in the Room: TiffanyScreens

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TiffanyScreens is a presentation tool, capturing the content of the presenter’s screen and sending it to multiple other computer screens at the same time.

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