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Ipads

  1. 1. How do iPads work in my classroom?  Independent vs. group use  Various purposes  Communication/Behavior/Social Skills  Skill Practice  Leisure  Teacher use
  2. 2. Independent Use  Build skills in independence  Provide choice of activities  Must be aware of students’ behavior  Games, ebooks, or leisure apps Group Use  Support academic work in small groups  Teacher choice of activity  Easier to supervise .  Structured lessons, presentations, flashcards, etc.
  3. 3. Skill Practice Math eBooks Writing Reading Comprehension Starfall ABCya McGraw-Hill Motion Math
  4. 4. Some Favorites Math:  App Tutor  Marble Math: Addition  Motion Math (Wings and Hungry Fish)  Splash Math  Next Dollar Up Literacy:  Reading Comprehension Grades K-1  Reading Comprehension Level 1 (or 2) Passages  I Like Books  Starfall ABCs  Word Bingo  Touch and Write
  5. 5. App Tutor: Addition Word Problems
  6. 6. Marble Math Addition
  7. 7. Motion Math: Wings
  8. 8. Motion Math: Hungry Fish
  9. 9. Splash Math
  10. 10. Next Dollar Up
  11. 11. Reading Comprehension Grades K-1
  12. 12. Kids Reading Comprehension Level 2 Passages
  13. 13. I Like Books: 37 Picture Books
  14. 14. Starfall ABCs
  15. 15. Word Bingo
  16. 16. Touch and Write
  17. 17. BrainPOP Featured Movie
  18. 18. Toontastic
  19. 19. Apps for Teacher Use  Apps to find more apps  App Shopper  Autism Apps  Organization  Dropbox  Quickoffice Pro  Teaching and Assessment Tools  Screen Chomp  Reading Remedies  ClassDojo  Teacher’s Assistant Pro
  20. 20. Screen Chomp
  21. 21. Reading Remedies
  22. 22. Quickoffice Pro
  23. 23. Teacher’s Assistant Pro

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