Tag Archives: iPad education

16 Presentation Tools for Educators on iPads

Here are 16 of my favorite presentation tools for teachers and students! Which ones are your favorites? Glogster Thinglink ShowMe Popplet Zaption Haiku Deck ScreenChomp Tellagami Pic Collage SnapGuide SlideShare Nearpod Doceri Toontastic Shadow Puppet Educreations and a few more… Buncee

Shadow Puppet is iOS 8 Compatible!

Shadow Puppet is one of my favorite digital storytelling apps and they have big news related to the launch of iOS 8.  Their iPad app, Shadow Puppet Edu is now compatible with iOS 8, iPhone 6, and 6 Plus.  They’ve added a few new iOS 8 specific features like the ability to save to iCloud Drive and photo browsing that mirrors the Photos app. … Shadow Puppet EDU has lots of educational… Read Article →

Create Activities with Make It For Teachers 

Make it For Teachers is a powerful tool for creating activites, books, and games for students.  As an authoring tool for the iPad it gives students and teachers the opportunity to become content creators.  Final products are compatible with PC and MAC computers and can be shared through email or a variety of social networks. If you are looking for a new storytelling tool Make It For Teachers is a dynamic… Read Article →

NoteLedge for Teachers and Students!

NoteLedge is a terrific app that will come in handy for both teachers and students.  It lets users take notes on their iPad that includes video and audio recordings.  You can even record audio of a lecture as you are typing notes on your screen.  It has a varitey of options for notetaking including drawing pictures and highlighting text.  Students can customize their notes by choosing from a selection of templates… Read Article →

Completely FREE Management App for 1:1 iPad Classrooms

Otus is a terrific management tool for teachers in one-to-one classrooms who want an easy way to keep track of student work, provide opportunities for collaboration, and so much more.  I’ve had the opportunity to share Otus with my readers and webinar attendees and want to highlight one of the fantastic aspects of this powerful app – Otus is completely FREE for students and teachers. With Otus teachers can keep… Read Article →

18 Useful Apps for 1-to-1 iPad Classrooms

If you are starting this school year in a one-to-one iPad classroom you might be wondering how to stay organized and use your devices effectively.  Instead of loading each iPad with a hundred apps, choose 10-12 quality content consumption and creation tools for your students.  Here are a list of some of my favorite apps that can shine in a one-to-one iPad classroom.  Many work great in stations or classes… Read Article →

My Edutopia Blog Posts

It has been a privilege to share my favorite resources and ideas for using instructional technology in the classroom on Edutopia.  ClassTechTips.com contains concise posts that give teachers a quick take on a new piece of technology so they can decide if they want to explore it further.  Edutopia has given me a platform to share thought pieces of a greater length on a wide range of topics.  Here are… Read Article →

ClassTechTips.com’s Beta Testing Program

I hear from innovative EdTech companies all the time who are looking for locations to test out their new product. If you are a classroom teacher who likes to bring new tools to your students, I’d love to connect you with brand new apps and learning platforms! Fill out the form below and I’ll contact you if I find a good match and give you the information of new companies… Read Article →

Udemy Apps for On-the-Go Learning

Between iTunes U, SimpleK12, Twitter, Pinterest and countless blogs, there are lots of places where you can explore a topic you’re interested in learning more about.  Udemy is a platform that I’ve used to create and share two courses.  In addition to an easy to navigate website, they have apps for iOS and Android devices that make it easy to take courses on the go. Udemy has a wide range of courses… Read Article →

Explore Sound on iPads

Learning through discovery can help children of all age levels gather information and get excited about a new topic. Sound Uncovered is an awesome free app that lets kids explore this concept. They’ll interact with different activities as they begin to make connections to the world around them.  A great choice for station work in classrooms with just a few iPads!