Category Archive: iOS Apps

Remind App: Simple, free and safe communication for teachers and students.

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Often times students will use the excuse “We had homework?  You didn’t tell us that!”  at the start of class. Most of the time students who do this never had any intention of… Continue reading

Touch Typing Instructional Sites by Dana Landry

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Learning to Touch Type by Dana Landry I reviewed three popular typing website for the use of elementary schools. I found that some websites were extremely helpful while others were not. All of… Continue reading

IFTTT by Matt Germano

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Name: IFTTT Platforms: Android, iOS, Web Cost: Free Summary: IFTTT (If This Then That) is a service that lets users create chains of conditional statements, called “recipes” that trigger when changes in other… Continue reading

iPads vs. Chromebooks: One student’s opinion by guest blogger Mitchell Rodriguez

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This year at Lynnfield High School, seniors and freshmen were given Chromebooks, which is a change since the other classes got iPads. In my opinion, this was a great decision. I prefer Chromebooks… Continue reading

How to add a Voice-Over to a Google Presentation Using Educreations by Matt Parziale and Gabe Fadel

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Google presentations are a useful tool but they do have their limitations. Teachers frequently want students to add their voice to their presentations. We have discovered a way to do this in an… Continue reading

Tellagami Review by Anthony Metrano

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Name: Tellegami Link: https://tellagami.com/ Platforms:  iOS (app store), Android (google play) Cost: This is a FREE app. But it does offer in app purchases for $1.99. Adds text boxes, more background options, increased… Continue reading

Haikudeck by Zack Glowik

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Name: Haikudeck Link: http://www.haikudeck.com Platforms:  iOS and Web app (more platforms in development) Cost: Free Summary: Haikudeck is a simple and easy-to-use presentation creation program. It allows the user to quickly and easily… Continue reading

Adobe Voice App Review by Anthony Metrano

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Name: Adobe Voice Link: http://getvoice.adobe.com Platforms:  iOS (App Store) Cost: Free (with in app purchases) $1.99 for Creative Cloud Storage (20gb) Summary: Adobe Voice is a great way to create stunning presentations in… Continue reading

How to Edit and View Tables on an iPad from Google Docs by Matt Parziale and Gabe Fadel

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My Study Life by Zack Glowik

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Picture source My Study Life is a free online planner that can help to organize students’ academic lives. It allows a student to easily see their classes, assignments, and exams at a glance.… Continue reading