Tag Archives: Apps
Create interactive games on your iPad with ease!
As you may know, we are always looking for useful iPad apps to use in the classroom. Recently we came across TinyTap—an iPad app that allows teachers and students to create, share, and play interactive learning games on their own iPads. Tiny Tap’s easy-to-use interface makes … Read more
As a former teacher of writing, I understand (and greatly value) the importance of feedback in the writing process. With the emphasis that the Common Core Standards place on students using evidence from sources and engaging in rich and rigorous evidence-based conversations about text, we, as educators, need to find more ways to provide frequent, … Read more
When teachers can gather information about student learning during the instructional process, they can provide better feedback to the student and make better plans for further supporting the learning. The Evidence for Learning app for iPhone and iPad from theTeacherCloud makes the process of gathering evidence easy and seamless.
In the app, you’ll begin with … Read more
Educreations is a very popular screen casting whiteboard app. From its easy to use interface and robust collection of teacher-created screencasts, Educreations is one of the best iPad apps for your classroom. Because Educreations is a blank whiteboard, it can be used in any subject to explain concepts, review topics and give a teacher a … Read more
Continuing our look back at Teq’s Top 5 iPad Apps webinar from last fall, today we are highlighting a free iPad app that enables students to make fun and exciting cartoons while teaching them the importance of a story arc or plot diagram. Toontastic allows students to design, animate, and share cartoons using a variety … Read more
In preparation for our upcoming webinar Teq’s iPad Appy Hour on May 15, 2013, we wanted to review the apps that we covered in our last iPad webinar.
Assessing student learning is one of the most important but challenging things for a teacher to do. Assessment reports and online grading tools take away the tedious task of collecting and grading quizzes, as well as provide educators … Read more
Robots for iPad is a beautiful app created by IEEE Spectrum Magazine. And who — you ask — is the handsome humanoid cover model that graces the front the app’s icon? That’s our friend NAO, who’s featured among more than 100 of his robotic counterparts. The app allows you to explore the history … Read more
Edmodo recently released an update to their iPad app. This update added Edmodo to the list of apps that you can send files to when you’re in another app.
Let’s say your student has an essay due that was assigned on Edmodo. If you create that document on your iPad in Pages, when you’re done … Read more