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Category Archives: iPhone Apps
By: Tony DePrato | Follow me on Twitter @tdeprato I just read the article, Apple planning to make original TV shows and movies as hardware sales soften. I decided to try and remember what I used to be able to buy for the … Continue reading
You can create connections between apps/products that you love to make them work more efficiently for you – if this… then that happens Continue reading
In the past I’ve talked about how great Quizlet is but there hasn’t been an official app. Well sometime this year that changed and Quizlet now has an iOS app. While you still will need the actual website to create … Continue reading
The Presidential of Election for the good ol USA is this week and what better way to find out what the issues are and what Romney and Obama have to say about them is to download their respective apps. While … Continue reading
Tell me if this has ever happened to you. There are a couple of people talking about mitosis and they start talking about the prophase and you are completely at a loss. Embarrassing I know, but if that is your … Continue reading
As a teacher there has been more than one occasion when I need a quality timer. I know the my iPhone has a timer, but getting it to do intervals is a pain and being able to edit those particular … Continue reading
A real hot topic in education are the Common Core Standards. A set of standards that are clearly defined for teachers for English and Mathematics. If you work at a school that implements these standards then it is a good … Continue reading
If you’re like me then you have by no doubt have seen the movie The Water Boy staring Adam Sandler. There is a part in the movie where a professor claims that the medulla oblongata (yes I had to look … Continue reading