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29th March 2012, 12:24 PM #1
Which educational apps are you using/would you use?
Leading on from ReggieP's last thread about who was using iPads in their school, if you are, which apps are you/your teachers using?
Just trying to grasp whether they're worth the investment to use as research tools, as I doubt they could be used as word processors with any great success. It takes kids long enough with real keyboards, never mind the virtual ones...
29th March 2012, 12:29 PM #2
Off the top of my head, we have on ours;
Morfo 3D FaceBooth
Let's Create Pottery!
Eggs on Legs
Cut the Rope
All Stuck Up
Britannica Kids - Aztec Empire
these are all suited for Primary School children
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29th March 2012, 12:35 PM #3
Show Me - ShowMe Interactive Whiteboard for iPad on the iTunes App Store
Whiteboard Lite - App Store - Whiteboard Lite: Collaborative Drawing
Edmodo - App Store - Edmodo
Khan Academy - App Store - Irynsoft Unofficial Khan Academy App for iPhone
Noteshelf - Noteshelf for iPad on the iTunes App Store
Markbook 2012 - MarkBook 2012 for iPad on the iTunes App Store
TeacherPal - App Store - TeacherPal
Whether they can be used as a word processor is down to each individual user. I have no probs at all using mine as one, and can easily match the speed I can type within MS Word on a traditional keyboard.
29th March 2012, 12:37 PM #4
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