When you’re kicking off a one-to-one iPad program even the smallest things can make a big difference. I love using reference charts in my classroom and here’s another way that you can keep students organized. The nametag on each student’s desk has the device number assigned to that child written on the upper right hand corner. […]
Scribble My Story is a great free app for publishing. Students can create their own story book, record their own voice, and illustrate each page. This app is easy to use, has clean, crisp graphics and extra features if you choose to upgrade. Check out my Common Core ELA lesson plans!
Prime numbers can be tricky for students and there is a simple, free app that can help them check their work. Get Primes lets users set a range for searching prime numbers and with a quick tap it will show students if they’re on the right track. Check out my Common Core aligned lesson plans […]
I’m so excited to share my Udemy course “Teach with Your iPad: Instruct, Assess & Manage Your Class with a Single iPad” This course is for educators with access to a single iPad who are looking to use this technology to instruct, assess and manage their classroom. Participants will learn how free and low-cost apps […]
If you’re looking for a fun classroom management tool, check out Too Noisy. This app monitors the noise in a room using the microphone on an iPad. The kid-friendly graphics are perfect for keeping students informed on whether or not it is “too noisy” in your classroom! Use this during one of my Common Core […]
With so many great iPad math games to choose from, Pick a Path is another from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Players must decide the best way to reach a target number using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of positive and negative numbers. There are many ways to get to the target and […]