If you’re teaching children about digital citizenship, check out the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Faking It.
Whether you’re looking to give students inspiration for a science project or simply hooking kids in the beginning of a lesson, add Weird But True to your routine
A fantastic scheduling tool, LifeNoted merges your calendar, notes, and photo taking in one powerful app.
For teachers looking to explore iPad best practices at their own pace, my course “Teach with Your iPad: Part I – Instruct, Assess, and Manage Your Classroom with a Single iPad” will remain
One of the most memorable parts of my experience at the Apple Distinguished Educator Institute in Austin this past July was using virtual whiteboard apps to find people with similar interests.
Futaba is a fantastic app for elementary teachers looking to support their instruction with a vocabulary acquisition game.
There are lots of great iPad apps for teaching literacy skills and Learn With Homer is definitely worth checking out!
Teach students the basics of coding by giving commands to the dinosaur as it moves across the screen.
Spell + Friends by Tap to Learn is the perfect free app for preparing your students for their next spelling bee.
I’ve shared some apps that seem too good to be true and Augmented Reality Basketball Game is definitely one of them.
If you’re looking for a quick reference tool for a science classroom, here are two options for the periodic table.
Designed for visitors to Gettysburg, the Gettysburg Battle app can be used as a virtual tour of the Civil War battlefield.
With high quality images, a biography, timeline and detailed information about each painting, there’s a lot to explore in this free app!
If you’re exploring the ocean with your students or looking for an informational multimedia text, check out Ocean Science.
There are lots of apps for math fluency but Math vs. Zombies has to be one of the most engaging ones!