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iPads and Other Tablet Devices

5 Successful BYOD Practices and Policies for the Schools

July 24, 2014

“Bring Your Own Device” Programs are Increasingly Popular in our Schools. What are the Key Factors in Successful Implementations? Are you thinking about implementing BYOD in your school? Or have you already done so, and had to overcome some obstacles? Businesses everywhere have been buzzing about the potential benefits that can be gained from an […]

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Newsela – Daily News Articles Customized at 5 Different Reading Levels

July 17, 2014

How cool is this? Real-World News from Major Publications offered at Different Comprehension Levels for Your Classroom! Have you ever wished there was a way to get current news translated so that students with different reading comprehension levels could understand them? Well, there is, and the basic service is free! Newsela is an innovative and […]

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The Annual TLIPAD Conference – “A Conference Like No Other”

July 13, 2014

Have you Registered for the 2014 Teaching & Learning iPad Conference yet? Instructional Technologist Vann Lassiter attended the 2012 Teaching & Learning With the iPad Conference and had some pretty wonderful things to say about it. If you are using iPads (whether you have 1 unit or a 1-to-1 program!), at any grade level, you […]

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5 More Cool Tools to Take Classroom Collaboration to a New Level

July 10, 2014

More Fun Free Tools for Collaborative Classroom Assignments In May, we published the post, 20 Fun Free Tools for Interactive Classroom Collaboration. Given the high level of interest in this topic, today we offer a guest post with 5 more fun tools for collaborating in (and out of) the classroom! The 2014 Gates Foundation report, […]

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July APP ED REVIEW Roundup – Social Studies Apps

July 8, 2014

This Month – Apps That can be Fun in Courses About History, War, Government and Other “Social Studies” Topics! Are you looking to make your social studies classroom come to life? We here at App Ed Review want to support you in making that happen for your students! Each and every app reviewed by us includes 3-5 […]

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Book Review – Teaching and Learning With the iPad: 20 Days to Expert

June 22, 2014

Educator, Administrator, Technology Leader David Mahaley Helps Teachers get to the Next Level With his Newest iPad eBook Are you using iPads in your classrooms and thinking about how you and your students can get more out of the experience? In April, Franklin Academy’s David Mahaley released a new eBook providing a structured approach to […]

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Connecting Parents to Their Children’s Teachers and Schools With Living Tree

June 17, 2014

Raising the Pride: Merging Education & Technology With The Heart Of A Lion! If you ever doubted the power “parent involvement” plays in impacting students’ own academic commitment, watch this awe-inspiring performance presented by Daniel Hand High School’s show choir “VIBE”: Ranked amongst the top twenty-five show choirs in the nation, the students participating in […]

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June 2014 APP ED REVIEW – Rubric-Assessed Math Apps

June 10, 2014

There are Lots of App Reviews on the ‘Net, but how Many are Assessed with an Excellent Rubric? Are you looking to energize your mathematics lessons and engage students? We here at App Ed Review have the resources for you! Each and every app reviewed by App Ed Review is analyzed against a comprehensive rubric […]

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3 Interactive iPad Math Apps for Primary Grades, That Teachers Can Easily Implement

May 22, 2014

Bring the Fun and Engagement of Gamification to Teaching and Learning Math in the Elementary Grades If you are a primary class mathematics teacher you know that putting the foundation of understanding in place for new mathematics principles can be challenging. This often involves building on concepts like number systems and arithmetic basics while incorporating […]

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Registration is Open for the 2014 Teaching and Learning with the iPad Conference!

May 13, 2014

The 3rd Annual all-iPad Conference is Coming! Looking forward to seeing YOU November 20-22nd in Raleigh, North Carolina. The teaching & Learning with the iPad Conference 2014 is the first and only all-iPad conference in the nation! With 3-hour workshops, keynote addresses, concurrent sessions, and a student showcase, there will be many options for the […]

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