OpenEd: Deliver Content and Instruction to Your Students Through iPad

With OpenED, educators can create a course for free.
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With OpenED, educators can create a course for free.

OpenEd, the world's largest K-12 education resource catalog that, according to their web site, contains over "million Common Core aligned videos, games, and assessments," just released their student iPad app in the iTunes App Store.

With OpenED, educators can create a course for free. Each course is assigned a unique code which then can be shared with students. Students then enter the code into their OpenEd iPad app to access the course. OpenEd now includes over 1 million education resources that includes content from PBS,BrightStorm, EdCite, and BrainGenie. Best of all, OpenEd is Free to Use!

Here's the link to OpenEd.

Check out the OpenEd app in the iTunes App Store here.

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J. Robinson has decades of experience as a K12 Principal, Teacher, and Technology Advocate. Read more at The 21st Century Principal.



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