App (Hulk) Smash!

The new iPad buzz term is “app smashing” which basically implies using multiple apps to create a variety of content and then “smashing” it all together as one file to, ideally, publish. Last week I attended the iPad Summit in San Diego put on by EdTechTeacher (a great resource if you don’t already use it)…

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The Whiteboard In Your Hand

I have found that a variety of apps allow for teachers and students to write and record lessons for projects or modified flip teaching, but once I started testing them out I realized that really only a handful worked for me. A fellow middle school teacher has been using these apps in concert with other…

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Mirror, Mirror on My Classroom Wall

I love mirroring my iPad in the classroom becuase it makes me mobile and allows sharing and modeling between students like never before. Apple TV ($100) can be a great way to show what you are doing on your iPad, or use it as a mobile document camera, through your projector. However, it is also expensive and takes…

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Yes, there is an app for that!

With over 900,000 apps in the Apple App Store it is an overwhelming and daunting task to even begin perusing. Use this There is an App for That List I created at the end of the 2012-2013 school year. You will see that they are divided up by subject area and cost. Apps Gone Free App is…

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