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What’s your favourite iPad app 4 Edu and why? Your thoughts please….

By February 17, 20133 Comments


With renewed faith in Wallwisher and it’s reinvigorated form ‘Padlet’ I’ve created one where I would like to curate your points of view and experiences in iPad apps for education.

What I am looking for is your favourite iPad app for education and why it is useful. I suspect I’ll end up with some repeats, but if you see Evernote or Dropbox a fair number of times already, could you add in another app or use that you find particularly beneficial to your practice or student learning in the classroom?

I’m hoping  this can be massive! Let’s see!


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Mark Anderson

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  • Jackie Schneider says:

    I Love pitch painter for teaching music. It is deceptively simply yet allows me to teach complex ideas. Kids love it! It is very badly described – you could think it was simply a drawing tool for early years. Yon don’t need to be a subject specialist.

  • Dana Poiana says:

    @educreations – to share information, ideas, LESSONS. Easy to use, the lesson link can be copied directly from the application (you don’t have to send the file to dropbox in order to copy the link), that saves you time. I’ll give it 4 stars.

    @edmodo – helps teachers and students get connected. It can be used as a virtual learning environment. You can do more than you do in classroom. I’ll give it 4 stars.

    @explainevrythng Explain Everything – is a design tool. You can make animated presentations adding text, pictures, videos. I’ll give it 3 stars as it takes to long to export the projects. The complex the project, the longer the export.

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