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iPad Curriculum

I must be crazy, that is the only explanation I have for starting yet another blog!  iPad Curriculum is a new blog I am starting today where I will post app and web app reviews, highlight educational tools that work seamlessly on the iPad/iPod Touch/iPhone, and give tips and tricks for using the iPad/iPod Touch in the classroom.

If you follow my blog regularly, you know I am working on an iPad research study with elementary students (help with funding by voting here).  I thought that as long as I was collecting and reviewing all of these resources, I should share them with all of you!  I’m not sure how frequently I will be posting yet, it may be once a day or several times a day depending on what I find and what I have going on.  For now, there is one lonely post but it will give you the idea of what the blog is all about.

Founder of Anastasis Academy, The Learning Genome Project, 5Sigma Education Conference, tech integration specialist, instructional coach, writer, dreamer.

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  1. And I am researching its use and apps for District Administrators. I have links to apps and articles that admins may find useful. I am trying to keep the price to free since we know what budgets are like! I am adding a section to our website with the information for a future workshop for the admins in the four-county area I help support with technology (about 50 districts).

  2. Kelly, Kelly, Kelly… you already ever sleep, when will you write this new blog?? 🙂 Seriously though, as we have just started our iTouch journey, this will be helpful to us. thanks!

  3. That sounds great! I look forward to that blog of yours. My niece just turned 1 and she’s already using an ipad. We feel like she is learning faster using it rather than watching cartoons. iPad is really an amazing tool!

  4. No I haven’t run across entire school year curriculum created for the iPad. In my opinion, this is what makes it great for education, the ability to tailor learning to students needs instead of working from a standard set.

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