Here are a list of some of my favorite apps that can shine in a one-to-one iPad classroom.
Educators who use this tool can keep students on task while engaging them as they explore course content.
Keb and Cala Explore Sugar, What Is It And Why Is It So Sweet? is an engaging eBook designed for iPads that will bring healthy eating to life for children.
Fellow Apple Distinguished Educator April Requard recommended that I try out Canva and it’s been a game changer!
Anyone can submit a piece of writing – business proposal, scholarship essay – and receive feedback from experts in the field.
Covering everything from shapes, and coins to counting, children are sure to master the skills they need before entering the classroom.
One of the fantastic parts about using mobile devices in your classroom is giving students the ability to explore locations that might be difficult for a field trip.
If you are new to the Common Core or are diving into a new grade level this school year you may want to check out the search feature.
You’ll find lesson plans, videos, interactive resources and more on these sites. Click on each link to learn more about each one!
The Wilson Center‘s app contains articles on a wide range of global issues including education, human rights, and technology.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has given the public access to almost 400,000 items in their collection.
Here are a few ideas of Common Core-related activities that can be tailored to different grade levels using the informational text and statistics within this app.
Students struggling to complete their homework can work through tough problems and find answers to their questions thanks to Brainly.
ZipGrade is a fantastic product for teachers who are tired of grading multiple choice tests by hand or waiting their turn to feed each student’s answer sheet through a Scantron machine.
There are lots of ways to use a mobile device as a classroom management tool (here’s a very long list!) and Roundom is truly an instant decision maker.