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Best 1:1 iPad Resources

This is a list of 1:1 iPad Lesson Resources I share with my teachers

24 Apps, Games, and Websites Teachers are Using in STEAM Classrooms

In February, we highlighted apps, games, and websites that support science, technology, engineering, art, and math learning (STEAM). And we invited educators to write Field Notes telling us how technology supports their teaching in these subject areas. Of the many Field Notes teachers wrote, 24 submissions caught our eye.

Track Conferences with Stream Reading - Class Tech Tips

If you're looking for a way to track conferences with your mobile device, check out Stream Reading. Designed...

PBS for iPad

PBS is working on a brand new iOS app and needs your help!
If you would like to be a part of the PBS early access program, sign up here: www.pbs.org/earlyaccess

54 Different Examples of Formative Assessment

54 Different Examples of Formative Assessment

ReadWorks.org | The Solution to Reading Comprehension

Free, research-based K-6 reading comprehension lesson plans and non-fiction reading passages & question sets. Common Core aligned, teacher & principal endorsed.

ReadWorks.org | The Solution to Reading Comprehension

Free, research-based K-6 reading comprehension lesson plans and non-fiction reading passages & question sets. Common Core aligned, teacher & principal endorsed.

iPad Apps and Resources for Teachers

TCEA is a member-based organization devoted to the use of technology in education.

Using QR Codes To Encourage Students to Check Their Solutions

Authored by: Stacey Roshan If your students are anything like mine, most have a smartphone, iPod, or iPad. Using these devices are second nature for them--so content shared through these devices is simple to access and readily available. One thing I've struggled with is getting students to check their work!

ICDL - International Children's Digital Library

International Children's Digital Library

464 Digital Learning Tools To Sift Through On A Rainy Day

The quality and practicality of digital learning tools is a bit subjective. Where one classroom may do very well with the unpackaged and unfiltered content available on YouTube, Scribd, or podcasts, another teacher may want a practice app that picks one grade level of one content area and has students practice.

iPad Apps for Education

iPad Apps for Education iPads are more than just a cool tech tool, and the ways they can be used to support and enhance student learning are endless! Below you will find a list of iPad apps, organized by subject, that can help your child.

30 Of The Best Elementary Education Games For iPad

Parents and teachers who trust little Muffy and Junior with their shiny iPads don't have to worry about how access to shoot-'em-up video games will rot their precious little gifted and talented program minds. Instead, they can download some of the following alternatives to help them build up their brilliant brains that will totally go on to win Nobel Prizes someday.

PowerMyLearning

An educator using PowerMyLearning created this playlist of learning activities and wanted to share it with you. Playlists created by educators users can only be accessed if you have an educator account.

Digital Storytelling

A support page for the presentation Digital Storytelling meets the CCSS

Symbaloo

I really like Symbaloo! A place where you can organize and share your favorite websites. How do you like Symbaloo?

Kahoot! | Game-based blended learning & classroom response system

Kahoot! is a classroom response system which creates an engaging learning space, through a game-based digital pedagogy. Kahoot! is an easy-to-use blended learning platform which works on any device, making the classroom interactive, encouraging both educators and learners to ask great questions.

iPad Resource Links - iPad Multimedia Tools

Creative APP - titude: This site contains a collection of iPad multimedia apps for creativity and examples of student multimedia projects using the iPad. Created by Karen Bosch

Creating Classroom Discussions with Google Sheets

Here is an easy way to get started using spreadsheets in your classroom. I use Google Sheets to have students enter in their voice on a discussion topic. I can project the entire spreadsheet to the board and see students entering their answer in live time.

Teacher Resources

Britannica is one of the most trusted sources of encyclopedias! You can use this database as long as you are in Massachusetts. Provided by the Massachusetts Library System. Thank you! BrainPOP creates animated, curriculum-based content that engages students, supports educators, and bolsters achievement for students in grades 3-8.

Digital Nonfiction Text Sets - The Reading & Writing Project

Digital Nonfiction Text Sets We have gathered a few digital resources to support your students forming cause groups and doing some outside research about these causes in the last bend of this unit. As always, we suggest previewing these texts before giving them to your students in order to find ones that are best suited for your particular students.

1:1 iPad Training

Day 1 Agenda Scavenger Hunt on the iPad--see below (30 min) Socrative/Discussion -- Why iPads in the Classroom? (45 min) Workflow for Classroom Work (120 min) Google Docs/Drive DropBox BREAK QR co...

Score Rubrics on Your iPad

If you use rubrics to grade student work you have to try ForAllRubrics! Once you set up your class list, this website allows users to import rubrics they've already made, or easily create new ones. Open the site on your iPad and with a few taps you'll have projects graded in no time.

Bloomin' Apps

French translation of cogs image above Here is a 10MB file of the gears that can be made into a poster for a classroom wall. I have had requests for this, so decided to make a large version!

10 Time-Saving Videos All About iPads In The Classroom - Edudemic

You're probably knee-deep in the new school year worrying about the Common Core State Standards, if students are paying attention, and if you're really getting through to your students. However, many teachers and administrators are starting to think about something else. They're figuring out how to integrate technology into the curriculum, the classroom, and at home.