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Category Archives: iPad
Lately I have had many discussions about mobile devices and iPads. It is very difficult to get people to focus on the negative side of something that is innately exciting. You may ask why I have to be so negative, and the … Continue reading
I thought I would try something a little different this time. I decided to try and get some March appropriate apps and boy did I get some good ones. They’re free, helpful, and can do some good in the classroom. … Continue reading
I recently responded to a post Less Do, More Think, where Jerri Kruse warns the educational community about rushing blindly towards technology integration. I agree with many of his points, and there have been some good comments left on my … Continue reading
Technology is wonderful wouldn’t you agree? Well sometimes it can suck, but mostly I love it. I love teaching it, love using it, and love learning new and exciting ways to use technology in my life. So it makes sense … Continue reading
Ready for the second installment people (or person according to the blog stats). More iPhone apps for your consideration. Use em, don’t use em, it’s totally up to you, but they are all free and so why not huh? You … Continue reading
When I watched the live webcast that unveiled the iPad, I suddenly transformed from an educator, father of one, loving husband, to a giddy school girl at a Justin Beiber concert. The next day the tech world was abuzz about … Continue reading
If you’re like me you love your iPhone and have been looking for ways to integrate into your teaching, preparation (in fact I wrote most of this post on my iPhone), or furthering your educational knowledge. The beauty of theses devices is that apps can be downloaded. I’ll take a look at 5 apps every month, and since I have an iPhone I’ll be looking at what is available in the iTunes App Store. I try to find free apps but every now and again I’ll be tempted by something more. So here we go… Continue reading