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iPad Apps to Meet IEP Goals

December5

Excerpt from Technology Leader, TL Advisor Blog, May 25, 2011: Students who are classified as Special Education must have an Individual Education Plan (IEP).  Goals of the IEP include study skills, reading, math, writing, daily living, and career and transition goals.  Throughout the school year teachers are mandated to follow the student’s IEP and come up […]

iPad Apps for Education

October25

This is a good source of apps for the iPad, iPhone and other devices that work for educators and parents. http://www.appolicious.com/  

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103 Interesting Ways to use an iPad in the Classroom

May22

  Now it has an new and improved version…  

iPad–Humor

May2

iPad Uses?

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iPad–Saving Battery Life

May1

Multitasking on the Apple iPad lets users run apps at the same time and quickly switch back and forth between those apps. Close apps you don’t need to tidy up the list of recently used apps and extend the iPad’s battery life, as apps running in the background cause the battery to drain at a […]

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Fotobabble

April10

New website I came across for adding voice to a photo.  This can be used on a computer, iPhone, iPad, and Android phone.  The account is FREE and it’s very user friendly.  So, what is Fotobabble?  According to their site, “its the easiest way to add voice to photos. Its free – just upload a […]

dotEPUB–Convert any webpage into an ePub Document

October2

If you want to read a web page later when you’re off line or if you don’t have wifi available for using your iPad, you can send the site to your iPad and then can read the assignment or webpage at home or anywhere else without wifi access.   This can be a great tool for […]

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iPad for “Senior” Dummies

October1

This is a special posting FROM ME to especially ME! Website for iPad Senior Dummies—not for dumb seniors….  The iPad is cool and perfect for many seniors because it provides a very simple, intuitive interface for doing things like checking e-mail and playing music. With the easy-to-use tables in this guide, you can get up […]

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iPad For Dummies Cheat Sheet – For Dummies

October1

Check out a helpful site for basic operation of the iPad……  iPad For Dummies Cheat Sheet – For Dummies.    

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iPad Applications for the Classroom

September21

Excerpt from Tech & Learning blog… A Catalog of iPad Apps for Teachers and Students by Vicki Windman Fourteen of us–special education teachers, school psychologists, speech therapists, and other educators–recently spent six hours brainstorming with the goal of producing a starter iPad app catalog for teachers and students in our district, and beyond. Thanks to […]

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