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Apps: Education

The education of the future!

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I just received an email about a couple of new products that, as an educator, got me excited - a binder insert for the iPad and an app called Quizzam. How cool will this be in the classroom!

The binder makes it easier for kids to carry devices and less easy to lose. I love that!



iTunes U: put an education in your pocket!

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iTunes U offers free mobile learning at it's best!

Apple Computer offers up a very friendly way to learn. First, you select the subjects you wish to learn. No worries about applying to the school. Just subscribe to the course. You're accepted and studying at Harvard, Oxford, Stanford, or your local community college.



Japanese Conversation for GaiJin

Japanese Conversation for GaiJin

Japanese Conversation through Dialogues


TED: Four principles for an open world

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If I were marooned on a desert island with only one app for my iPhone or iPad this would be it!

I discovered TED Talks a few years ago and began sharing it with my students. Watching great speakers at work is a marvelous way for students to learn how to deliver their own presentations. Besides, the ideas presented are well worth sharing.



SolarWalk and GeoWalk are a fascinating, first class apps that showcases the future of education

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I must confess, as an app developer, I was hoping to win a recent contest called Mobile Apps Showdown, as my Ringtone Director Pro app was one of a dozen finalists. But when I saw the competition, specifically Vito Technologies' SolarWalk, I knew which app I would vote for, and it wasn't mine!


A Bendy Chicken: ALPHABET BOOK

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Believe it or not, Australians and Americans do speak the same language though I'm not quite sure about the British. ;-) Our children share a need to learn the same alphabet. This wonderful storybook helps toddlers learn their letters while tickling their funny bones.



NOVA: Hunting the Edge of Space

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Part 1: The Mystery of the Milky Way (52:55)

You expect great programming from PBS & NOVA and that's what exactly they deliver in this first of a two-part series on the state of the art in astronomy.

The cinematography is stunning on an iPhone with its abilities to display rich vibrant colors in high definition. The sound is truly superior using the built-in speaker but it blew me away when I listened through earphones. The bass of the narrators voice came through loud and clear.



Guess That Flag - Learn All the Nation's Flags in Time for the Olympics

Doncaster, United Kingdom - TheHermonApps is pleased to announce Guess That Flag 1.0, its new quiz and educational app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Guess That Flag is a great app for geography and flag quizzes.

As the creator of the app, Craig Smart, said "Have you ever come across a flag at a sports match, or on the news, or in a film etc... and wondered which nation that flag belongs to"

If the answer to that questions is "yes" then Guess that flag is one of the reason the app was made.
Guess That flag comes with four game modes easy, medium, hard and expert. Or browse through the flags (in great graphics) to see what flag belongs to which nation. Here's a break-down of great features that sets Guess That Flag apart from other apps.

Feature Highlights:


iPoe Collection Goes Retina, Hi-Res Terror For Your iPad & iPhone

iPoe Collection Goes Retina, Hi-Res Terror For Your iPad & iPhone

 

The interactive Edgar Allan Poe stories App gets new updated graphics, high-res- olution terror for your Retina Display iPad. The most awaited upgrade for the acclaimed app is here, ready to boost users’ reading pleasure and keep the high ratings received around the world.

Play Creatividad, creator of the popular app iPoe Collection for iPad and iP- hone, announced today the optimization of its software’s graphics to support the new Retina Display on Apple’s new iPad.


Coach Calls the Shots!

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photo: http://www.apple.com

One of the best things about being the coach is that you get to call the shots.  Growing up playing sports and with a brother who has done so as well, I have been around several coaches and I know that the task is not easy.  Have you ever wanted to plan the plays yourself?  Well, here is your chance.

 



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