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TimestampContributorAuthor of App if knownName of App or ResourceDescriptionTagsPriceRelevant links DateModified by with dateRating (1-5 stars) Audience
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B. P. Laster, Ed.D, ProfessorNotionPoppletmindmapping tool, allows combination of text, drawing, photosFREE3/17/2013
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Doug HartmanPaul Morsink & Michelle Schira Hagerman at MSU Frameworkframework for evaluating reading comprehension apps. We are developing this framework so that K-12 teachers will have a reliable  starting place for the evaluation of apps that claim to support reading  comprehension specifically evaluate apps,  https://readingappmap.wordpress.com/ 3/17/2013
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Patricia Enciso, OSUSchool in the Cloudshttp://www.ted.com/pages/prizewinner_sugata_mitra3/16/2013
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Julie CoiroiPads in Primary Educationhttp://www.mrandrewsonline.blogspot.co.uk/3/16/2013
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David O'Brien and Rick BeachBook/WebsiteDiscussion of favorite apps and reviews/recommendations http://usingipads.pbworks.com and  http://usingipads.pbworks.com/w/page/46412637/General%20recommendations%20for%20apps 3/15/2013
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David O'Brien and Rick BeachList of FavoritesFor list of favorites for use of information, reading, writing, discussion, images, audio/video, games/simulations, and reflection to learn with linksfavoritesGoogle Docs http://tinyurl.com/b6xl2yk3/15/2013
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David O'Brien and Rick BeachSlideshare presentation (our TIES presentation).resourcehttp://www.slideshare.net/rwbeach/using-ios-apps-to-foster-literacy-learning-155807603/15/2013
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Dr. Kathryn PoleZitea news aggregator that you can personalize based on what kind of news you're interested in. It then scans all kinds of sources and websites for current news and compiles them into your own personalized "e-magazine."FREE3/15/2013
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Dr. Kathryn PoleBlackBoard App for IpadAn organizational tool for keeping up with courses, due dates, checking grades, blogging, and handing in homeworkFREE if your school has it, or $1.99 per year, or $5.99 for life3/15/2013
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David ReinkingC.C. BatesRecord of ReadingThe app records a child's oral reading and syncs it to a teacher's record  when
replayed. To date it has had 10,000 downloads.
FREE3/15/2013
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Laurie HenryCheck out the ReadWriteThink Apps:
Word Mover (similar to magnetic poetry kits)
Trading Cards
3/15/2013
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Laurie HenryScreenchompdemonstrate metacognition/think alouds when reading text as it does a screen capture while recording audio in a very simple and easy to use platform. Can be shared publicly across multiple platforms as well. FREE3/15/2013
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Ian O'Byrne
Penultimate - my online "trapper keeper"

Productivity Apps3/15/2013
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Ian O'ByrneReflector an app for your Mac or PC to stream video and audio from iPad to your computer. Similar app: Splashtop3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry Explain EverythingBy far the best whiteboard app. I use it for conducting read alouds, presenting, flipped videos,.modeling text structure, in math, etc. It is my essential application. I would recommend also getting the explain compressor in the app store on your mac. It allows you to transfer videos.3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry PagesI find the native word processing app to be critical. Especially for younger students who need a one tap solution to opening teacher created materials. Google Drive simply isn't robust enough on the iPad.19.993/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry KeynoteNot critical. I do not use it as much because of Explain Everything. But if you want to create choose your own adventure stories or linked informational essays Keynote can be great.19.993/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry Neu.AnnotateThe best way for annotating pdf IMO3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry SkitchNow connected to Evernote great for annotating exemplar and mentor textsFREE3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry ToontasticGreat tool for teaching elements of Narrative writingFREE3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry AurasmaAn augmented reality app. I worked with a school district to create a nature trail. Students take iPads with them and can get info about specific trees and wildlife when they take pictures.FREE3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry Google EarthIt is not as robust as Google Earth on commercials but I use it for virtual field trips and to teach multiple source writing.FREE3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry Scratchwork (free) A wonderful tool that allows students to take notes when reading websites or watching video.FREE3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry Side-by-Side.Better than scratchwork but costs money.3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry Neu.CalcMy favorite calculator app3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry iMovieIf you want to make movies, but beware of the amount of space available.3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry iStoryBooksFree books for younger children.3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry FotoBabbleI use this to have students evaluate their own fluency. They take a picture of the book cover and read the book while recording their voice.FREE3/15/2013
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Greg Mcverry Google FormsGood surveymaker3/15/2013not necessarily an iPad app
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Greg Mcverry SocrativeOnline form maker and assessment toolFREE3/15/2013not necessarily an iPad app
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Greg Mcverry Today's MeetGreat for teaching response to literature. Set up your  own room. 3/15/2013not necessarily an iPad app
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Ian O'ByrneGoogle: Gmail, Google Drive, Chrome, Google+ - Perfection with Google Apps3/15/2013
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Ian O'ByrneHootsuite - Twitter & Facebook3/15/2013
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Ian O'ByrneSightWords Full, IntroToLetters, AlphaLetters, Endless ABC Early Literacy Appsearly literacy3/15/2013
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Ian O'ByrneDragonBox, Intro to Math Early Math Appsmath3/15/2013
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Ian O'ByrneMendeley iTunes for your research PDFsPDF3/15/2013
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Ian O'ByrneSnapseed Photo editingphoto, images3/15/2013
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Ian O'ByrneMyScript Calculator - awesome calculator for all agesmath3/15/2013
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Ian O'ByrneDropbox move files, photos, videos, etc. from iPad to computerCloud, File-sharingFREE3/15/2013
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Thomas DeVere WolseyBox.netmove files, photos, videos, etc. from iPad to computer; sync with your ipad, computer, smartphone Cloud, File-sharinghttp://sites.box.com/ipads/3/20/2013
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Kristen DembroskiPinterestStudents can create visual 'pin boards,' collections of ideas. These could be used to create visual word walls, inspiration for writing, etc. FREE3/21/2013
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Thomas DeVere WolseyJeff Dunn48 Free Education Apps Sorted By Grade LevelList of free apps by grade and skill levelResourceFREEhttp://edudemic.com/2013/02/free-education-apps-sorted-by-grade-level/3/29/2013
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Lara HandsfieldEverNoteFor computer, iPad, iPhone, etc. Houses and organizes notes, video, audio, photos, etc. I use this for classroom data collection, and teachers may use it for keeping student data, such as writing samples, oral reading records, etc. The files will sync onto your multiple devices, and files, such as audio of students' oral reading can be texted or emailed to others.Basic version is FREE, but you can pay more for additional storage spacehttps://evernote.com/10/8/2014
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General Concerns
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Ipads are not enterprise devices. They work best when every end user has an email.
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If a district will not use an email solution I have found WebDav servers to be the best solution.
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Every teacher should have an online space for distributing and collecting student work.
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David O'Brien and Rick BeachBlog discusses the need for determining the value of using certain apps to foster literacy learning, consider the affordances associated with use of apps: multimodality, collaboration, interactivity, intertextuality, and shared productsresourcehttp://www.appsforlearningliteracies.com3/15/2013
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