There really is an APP for that! This page will highlight some great "app" resources for you to check out. Don't be afraid if it say "iPhone" app. The "app" is often inter-changeable and will work on an iPad too.


To Get Started ...you must, gotta have an iTunes account . Even if you are working in a PC environment the iTunes account will work on those computers.


Once you have the iTunes account search for " Education Apps" and/or "Special Education Apps". Challenge your self to only download free apps to start.

Have fun

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This is the most current and comprehensive iPad info source EVER!!


Enjoy

http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=26195

The New Way of Thinking....Down on the Farm

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iPad Academy

http://ipadacademy.com

Get Schooled & Skilled On the iPad | Training ▪ Tips ▪ TutorialsiPad Academy will help you master the Apple iPad. Get valuable iPad tips and tutorials. Find easy-to-follow instructions for making the most of the iPad, apps and accessories. Learn how to turn your iPad into a practical and purposeful tool. iPad Academy, helping you get schooled and skilled on the iPad

Inside iPad Academy you’ll find:
  • iPad tips, techniques and tutorials
  • how to articles on the iPad
  • knowledge to improve your iPad IQ
  • links to valuable iPad sites and resources
  • conversations on iPad topics and tools
  • information on iPad apps and accessories
  • products to make your iPad more functional and more fun

iPad Apps Tip: How to Find Educational App Collections in the App Store
App Tips & Tutorials
There are thousands of educational apps in the App Store and a number of ways to search for them. I’m preparing for an iPad workshop with elementary school teachers later today and will be showing and sharing a few of these methods. For example, Apple has four organized categories of apps that you can get . Click here to Read this article…

The iPad Pilot Project –K-12 curriculum/content resources and much more. ipad.jpg

There are three separate links to apps for elementary, middle, and high school. http://palmbeachschooltalk.com/groups/ipadpilot/


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http://www.iear.org

So How Do You Know ...if it is any good? will match your needs? It is all right here at iEAR. Excellent site for vetting apps for education!

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http://momswithapps.com/

This site has all you need to know about "app" development and has a boatload of great vetted K-12 apps.

Moms With Apps is a collaborative group of family-friendly developers

seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.

The app catalog is available on iTunes.