Apps for ipads
The MUST haves
Dropbox: A must for sharing files such as photos and documents
Evernote: an easy touse notetaking app
Bluefire reader: the best way to read Adobe content with DRM on your iPad (ebooks)
Dictionary.com: Dictionary and thesaurus
OWA for iPad: essential for Office 365 productivity
Similar apps are available for Android and Windows devices.
AnswerGarden is a new minimalistic feedback tool. Use it for real time audience participation, online brainstorming and classroom feedback.
This is an excellent resource produced by a teacher in NZ. The advice is sound, simple and practical.
A poster of a basic list of apps that will get you through the day, from a primary school in Queensland.
Okay, you want a bit more for your specific subject- try these for size.
Independent learning(flipping the classroom)
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