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TimestampYour first nameYour email addressTitle of Web 2.0 tool or tablet applicationApplication is a...URLContent area(s)Grade level(s)Application sharingFinal product created with appAre there tutorials available?Summary of the app and your ideas for use of it
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7/10/2012 18:24:04Richardrjlever@hotmail.comTeacher's WireiOS apphttp://itunes.apple.com/us/app/teachers-wire/id510301259?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4AnyPreK-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, College/adultReal-time collaborationYesYesThis is an app that allows teachers to visually document student learning and report back to parents via email. It could also be used by students to track and evaluate their own learning.

This application works for the user and has many customizable components.

Users can take photos of their learning in action or of their work, attach a learning outcome that they’ve previously entered into the application and then email the information to the teacher or students’ parents. It makes the reporting process more efficient for teachers and provides parents with up-to-date information regarding their child’s progress.

This application approaches the idea of student portfolios in a whole new innovative way.

For more information please visit the Teacher’s Wire website www.teacherswire.com
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8/9/2015 19:47:13Reneka.grimes@mavs.uta.eduNative NumbersiOS appwww.nativebrain.comNumber SensePreK-2No collaboration optionsYesNoApp explores mapping language to symbolic and nonsymbolic representations of quantity, cardinality, ordnality, counting up/down, and early addition for numbers 1-9. This isn't a rote practice app; though at face value it might appear that way. This is an adaptive app that levels up and down based on user response. Therefore it has both formative and summative assessment built in. The "final" product (above) is really a teacher dashboard that allows teachers/parents to see student progress. App is master based, moving from proficient to mastery level. I have used this with over 200 students in grades K-2. Because adaptive software gets to fine-grained learning, the app allowed my students to learn and/or deepen their understanding of early number sense. I use this in "centers" and also as whole group when I have a full set of iPads. Also available in Spanish!
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2/18/2013 6:25:11Alexanderstjohn.alexander404@gmail.comDragon DictationiOS apphttps://itunes.apple.com/ch/app/dragon-dictation/id341446764?l=en&mt=8pronunciation assessmentCollege/adultAsynchronous sharing, No collaboration optionsYesI don't knowNot only is this free app useful for speech to text,
(as a teacher I use it to read students' texts before sending it to them back with my changes and suggestions)
but language learners can try it to evaluate how well they can pronounce words. (If the app can pick it up correctly, it's good enough for me).
the app is 95% accurate for most purposes and you can select between UK and US English accents, too.
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4/15/2014 14:08:56MindyMindy.montano@amaisd.orgIPadiOS appWww.edureations.comMath3/5/2014Real-time collaboration, Asynchronous sharingYesYesCollaborate with peers
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