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Posts tagged with iPad Minis

Two Things that Caught My Eye Recently

May6

#1 Hmmm… Looking for a new way for your kids to express their learning? How about making a video BrainPOP style using the iPads Minis? Here’s a great example made by first graders using the Puppet Pals app: #2 Teachers can communicate with parents (and possibly students) in a convenient, fast way using Class Messenger. […]

Explain Everything – It’s Not Just for Math

January28

In my last post, I highlighted another example of how Explain Everthing can make student thinking visible in math. I realized that so far I’ve only shown math integration. Yet, like its name implies, Explain Everything is not just for math. I wanted to take a moment this week to share how the app was […]

Game Changer

January21

Technology can be a good avenue for producing a polished piece of work that can be displayed proudly to a large audience. Today’s tech tools can assist even the youngest student in achieving a professional and sophisticated look. Honestly, it’s never been a better time to showcase a student’s work and knowledge at the end […]

Socrative – A Student Response System

December3

At the Boston iPad Summit, one of the apps that I kept hearing about was Socrative, a student response system. While I (now) am subscribing to the philosophy of investing in a few great, universal apps that will go the distance for any subject and purpose, Socrative is a unique, specialized student app (used in […]

Read Our Lips

November5

Recently, I attended an excellent MassCUE workshop presented by Timothy Harkins that focused on integrating iPads into elementary science. This session reinforced the idea that it’s best to choose a few apps and use them for many purposes. From this session, one easy to use app that I added to my must try list was […]

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