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19 Jun 13

Tony Vincent has created a Fantastic resource to showcase FREE apps and how they can allow students http://t.co/qBhxvIzkdJ

05 Mar 13

iPads have exploded throughout schools and classrooms. Their flexibility, versatility, and mobility make them a phenomenal learning tool. As teachers seek ways to integrate these devices, we recommend focusing on specific learning goals that promote critical-thinking, creativity, collaboration, and the creation of student-centric learning environments. Below, you will find a list of objectives, each one connecting to recommended apps and tools.

24 Jun 12

Like this applist.me tool RT @cnansen: #smackdown I just published a list off all my iPhone Apps http://t.co/GthuFTcj via @applist_me

30 Apr 12

Flubaroo is designed as a simple grading solution for teachers using existing tools they're already comfortable with. It allows automated grading of quizzes and assignments administered via Google Forms. Beyond just grading, Flubaroo also provides analytics such as a histogram of grade distribution and identification of questions that many students missed. Flubaroo’s most popular feature is its ability to email each student their grade, along with the answer key if desired.

26 Apr 12

7 Mobile Apps for Discovering and Creating Poetry http://t.co/3APXAW18 via @mashable

17 Apr 12

Don't Wait for Developers, Develop Your Own Apps http://t.co/k7NEICOm

09 Apr 12

"In the past I have published a couple of guides to using Google Documents in the classroom. The problem with those guides is that they were made before the latest round of updates to Google Documents. Yesterday I sat down and built a new guide, Google Documents for Teachers. The 40 page guide (embedded below) is designed to help teachers who have never used Google Documents. This document is part of a larger project that I hope to complete this month. Please leave a comment if you have suggestions about how to improve this document."

03 Apr 12

"Quickly and easily digitize student work and build the resource for authentic assessment in your classroom.

Unleash the power and the flexibility of digital tools, without sacrificing the important work your students do in non-digital formats.

Rescue student work from the bottom of backpacks, trashcans, and filing cabinets and have it at your fingertips. Easy, flexible, authentic--a simply wonderful tool for teaching and learning.

And best of all? It's free for teachers "

29 Jun 11

Great list of of iPad (some are also iPod Touch and iPhone) apps appropriate for use in middle and high school classes and organized by subject matter.

29 Jan 11

With Digication, students can easily publish their work online. A Digication e-Portfolio can be created in less than 5 minutes. Instead of spending time building and managing complex websites, students (and their teachers!) can focus on learning and reflection.

11 Dec 10

"This how-to guide is supposed to walk you through the steps to make your idea for an iPhone app a reality. This post presents various ideas, techniques, tips, and resources that may come in handy if you are planning on creating your first iPhone application."

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