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Who needs instructions anyway?

In my travels, both in and out of schools, I often encounter adults who are seemingly held back in their use of iOS devices.  I notice it more with iPads in schools and it is very common to hear a teacher say that they haven't been shown how to use an app. A lot of

The Swiss Army Device

The year 2012 saw many schools purchasing iPads for use in their classrooms.  The iPad has made made huge in-roads into education, and quickly developed a reputation as being a must-have device.  The content available through the AppStore has appealed to teachers of all learning areas, and across all ages in the K-12 spectrum.  The

Dropbox for iOS update.

The latest iOS update for Dropbox is very nice indeed.  One of my greatest criticisms of previous iterations of the app, was the clunkiness of the "upload' procedure.  This has been rectified in the update, and we can now upload directly to whatever folder we have open at the time. Moving items is a breeze

Reflection App for mobile iPad Presentations

If you present using an iPad often, you have probably encountered issues with projecting your image for your audience to see. Many classrooms have a computer connected to a projector already, so to project an iPad means you have to disconnect the computer, and connect your iPad using an iPad adapter. Not too difficult in

App Rundown – Creative Book Builder

Creative Book Builder is one of those apps for iOS devices that can be applied across all learning areas, and can enable the iPad to be a truly creative device. The app allows the user to create a fully published ebook by assembling content including: text images videos audio clips code music For older students,

AirPrint for iPad

If you are looking for a way to print from your iPad, it can be a little tricky trying to find a printer that does the job. AirPrint Activator from NetPuting is a great way for getting this done fairly easily. It's not ideal for large scale (Schools, Corporations, etc), but for single classroom or

60 Apps in 60 Minutes

Came across this presentation during a PD session with Aubin Grove Primary School. Someone has put together a list of applications available for education in a very cool and powerfully engaging Prezi! [prezi id='http://prezi.com/swceiv2g3bbt/60-educational-apps-in-60-minutes/' width='600'] Here's the link to the 60 iOS applications here - http://goo.gl/3co8s

New dropbox sharing options

        The ability to share folders with people using Dropbox has been a life saver. However, this only works if the other person has Dropbox. I find most people these days have the service, but it's still a little awkward setting up a shared folder with them if the content you are

Apple – Education – Apps

Apple - Education - Apps. Looking for education Apps for your students? Share your favourite education Apps by commenting on this post. This site contains Apps recommended by Apple Distinguished Educators across the globe. This page has been curated for Australian educators.

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