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  • iPads and Inquiry Learning

    Follow @ed_apps These are the slides from the ATA Science Conference Session. iPads and Inquiry learning Follow @ed_apps

  • Apple Film Making Camp for Kids: ‘Make Movie Magic’

    Follow @ed_apps Apple has again announced a 3 day summer camp for 8-12 year old kids at their Canadian and USA...

  • The Pursuit of Appiness

    Follow @ed_apps Over two years ago the world had its first glimpse at the iPad 2. For much of that time,...

  • How I Learned to Make Better Digital Stories with iPads and iMovie

    Follow @ed_apps   Watch this youtube video/digital story on Biomagnification.   Pretty good, right? Well, I think so. It’s concise,...

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Developing A Student iPad Leadership Team In Your School

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A Lesson at the Zoo: Enhancing Field Trips with iPads

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13 Ways To Use iMovie In The Classroom
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    5 Apps for Media Creation in the Jr/Sr High Inclusive Classroom

    Follow @ed_apps A couple of days ago I posted “5 Apps for Media Creation in the Elementary Inclusive Classroom”. Which there is definitely some overlap with respect to apps which could be used across various grades, I thought I’d expand on the app possibilities by sharing a few more that would work well in the middle school/junior high and senior high areas. With apologies to those who read the previous post, I’ll include some of the framing inclusive education ideas in this post as well. In the inclusive UDL classroom, accommodations are...

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    5 Apps for Learning and Media Creation for Elementary Students in the Inclusive Classroom

    Follow @ed_apps In the inclusive UDL classroom, accommodations are made to allow students multiple ways to share what they know and how they feel. When using iPads with students, consider apps which allow students opportunities to create media which demonstrates understanding and lets them show what they know and how they feel. This is a very engaging, challenging, and meaningful way for students to learn and for teachers to understand and assess what their students comprehend. Here are 5 iPad apps which help students create media in different forms:   Skitch (FREE)...

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    New to iPad Series: 4 Things I Can Do with my iPad Tomorrow

    Follow @ed_apps   If you’ve recently gotten an iPad or a set of iPads in your school and you’re not sure what to do with them, here are four things you can do right away:   1. Share content or apps on your projector Certainly the least interactive and engaging for students, this may be one of the easiest ways to get your group of students participating with content from your iPad. Apps like Qwiki or Google Earth that share information visually and interactively; Sharing photos or videos shot in...

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    Get Your Students Comic Stripping: Create Comics with Strip Design for iPad

    Follow @ed_apps   A staple of web2.0 in the classroom is using a variety of online comic creation websites for students to write fiction, re-imagine historical events or re-tell personal experiences. With the iPad, creating comics is even faster and easier, without the headache and worries of student accounts. The only struggle sometimes is getting content off of the iPad, but for that, check out our post on iTunes File Sharing Strip design is a great tool to use your pictures and graphics (or some you find online) to tell...

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    How To Video: iMovie Intro for iPad

    Follow @ed_apps The most popular post I’ve ever written is 13 Ways to use iMovie in the Classroom, having reached thousands of readers in the first day. I’ve been meaning to follow it up ever since, and now I finally have created a short video introduction to using iMovie on the iPad. This first video is a short (less than 5 min) tutorial on using iMovie for iPad from start to finish. The next video I will be posting (which might take a week or two) will be on some...

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    Book Creator

    Follow @ed_apps I’ve been using an app called book creator recently. It allows you to make your own books and publish them to your ibooks library or share them as e-pub files. The unique part of it is that you have a completely blank canvas, to add pictures and text as you see fit, almost like scrap booking. Change font type, colour and size, background colours, insert photos. The really unique part is that you can even record your voice, and insert an audio button. For classroom use, this features...

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    Scrap Booking with Scrap Pad

    Follow @ed_apps Available on the app store for the iPad, ScrapPad is a really easy way to make things like post cards and posters. It has hundreds of built in clip part for your use, but it also allows you to easily add photos and text of your own. Check out the video tutorial below.         Follow @ed_apps

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    The Rudolf App

    Follow @ed_apps The Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer ($3.99) app is a wonderful interactive book that tells the story of the red-nosed reindeer we are all familiar with. The book can read to kids while they read along, or they can read themselves. The book includes all sorts of interactive images (that closely resemble the claymation Christmas special) that will speak or make sounds when touched. I see the Rudolf app as being a great way to enjoy reading during the Christmas season and a starting place for students to tell...

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    The App Starter Kit

    Follow @ed_apps When ever I run a training session on iPads for learning, people ask me about my apps, they want a list everything I have. If I did that, most would be overwhelmed. I have 512 apps installed on my iPad right now (I consult in classrooms k-12). That is too many for any teacher or student. I often preach to teachers and administrators that they should start with a dozen apps, get to know them well, and start using them in the classroom. I’ve put together 9 apps...

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    Videolicious – Student Digital Narratives Made Easy!

    Follow @ed_apps On the desktop computer, Photostory, Movie Maker, iPhoto and iMovie have great appeal for students and teachers for creating digital stories and subject-area narratives. One of the challenges, however, is the time commitment required with many of the multimedia-creation software. Enter Videolicious! This free, cross-platform iOS app starts with having the user select photos and video clips to bring into the narrative. Those multimedia elements can be pulled from the camera roll or captured on the spot with the built-in camera. Next, the app records the narrator telling...

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