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Where can you go to find a selection of reliable, vetted iPad apps for the classroom, and how do you evaluate the apps you find there? Here are some ideas.

Where can you go to find a selection of reliable, vetted iPad apps for the classroom, and how do you evaluate the apps you find there? Here are some ideas.

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Finding and Evaluating iPad Apps Finding and Evaluating iPad Apps Presentation Transcript

  • Finding andEvaluating iPad AppsBy Jonathan WylieTechnology ConsultantGrant Wood AEAEmail: jwylie@gwaea.orgTwitter: @jonathanwylie
  • Facts and figures
  • Facts and figures Did you know?
  • Facts and figures Did you know? - 700,000+ apps in the iOS App Store
  • Facts and figures Did you know? - 700,000+ apps in the iOS App Store - 275,000 iPad specific
  • Facts and figures Did you know? - 700,000+ apps in the iOS App Store - 275,000 iPad specific - 35 billion apps have been downloaded since the App Store opened
  • Facts and figures Did you know? - 700,000+ apps in the iOS App Store - 275,000 iPad specific - 35 billion apps have been downloaded since the App Store opened - 100 million iPads sold 2 and a half years.
  • You Just Made It Worse!!
  • The Three Step Plan
  • The Three Step Plan 1 1. Where to find apps 2 2. Informal evaluations 3. Formal evaluations 3
  • Where to Find Appswww.appitic.com
  • Where to Find Appswww.appitic.com
  • Where to Find Apps
  • Where to Find Appswww.appitic.com
  • Where to Find Apps
  • Where to Find Appswww.appitic.com
  • Where to Find Apps
  • Where to Find Appswww.appitic.com
  • Where to Find Apps
  • Where to Find Appswww.appitic.com
  • Where to Find Apps
  • Where to Find Appswww.appitic.com
  • Where to Find Apps
  • Where to Find Appswww.appitic.com
  • Where to Find Apps
  • Where to Find Appswww.appitic.com
  • Where to Find Apps
  • Where to Find Appswww.tcea.org/iPad
  • Where to Find Apps
  • Where to Find AppsThe Education Category in the App Store
  • Where to Find Apps
  • Where to Find AppsThe Education Category in the App Store
  • Where to Find Apps
  • Where to Find Appshttp://tinyurl.com/gwaeaipad
  • The Three Step Plan
  • The Three Step Plan 1 1. Where to find apps 2 2. Informal evaluations 3. Formal evaluations 3
  • Informal App Evaluations
  • Informal App EvaluationsWhen you find an appyou like, look it up onthe App Store, and lookfor the followinginformation to help withinformal evaluations.
  • Informal App EvaluationsWhen you find an app App Store Adviceyou like, look it up onthe App Store, and lookfor the followinginformation to help withinformal evaluations.
  • Informal App EvaluationsWhen you find an app App Store Adviceyou like, look it up onthe App Store, and look - Read the reviews!for the followinginformation to help withinformal evaluations.
  • Informal App EvaluationsWhen you find an app App Store Adviceyou like, look it up onthe App Store, and look - Read the reviews!for the following - Look at version historyinformation to help withinformal evaluations.
  • Informal App EvaluationsWhen you find an app App Store Adviceyou like, look it up onthe App Store, and look - Read the reviews!for the following - Look at version historyinformation to help with - Visit developer websiteinformal evaluations.
  • Informal App EvaluationsWhen you find an app App Store Adviceyou like, look it up onthe App Store, and look - Read the reviews!for the following - Look at version historyinformation to help with - Visit developer websiteinformal evaluations. - Read App Description
  • Informal App EvaluationsWhen you find an app App Store Adviceyou like, look it up onthe App Store, and look - Read the reviews!for the following - Look at version historyinformation to help with - Visit developer websiteinformal evaluations. - Read App Description - Examine screenshots
  • Informal App EvaluationsWhen you find an app App Store Adviceyou like, look it up onthe App Store, and look - Read the reviews!for the following - Look at version historyinformation to help with - Visit developer websiteinformal evaluations. - Read App Description - Examine screenshots - Try the Lite version
  • Informal App EvaluationsWhen you find an app App Store Adviceyou like, look it up onthe App Store, and look - Read the reviews!for the following - Look at version historyinformation to help with - Visit developer websiteinformal evaluations. - Read App Description - Examine screenshots - Try the Lite version - See related apps
  • The Three Step Plan
  • The Three Step Plan 1 1. Where to find apps 2 2. Informal evaluations 3. Formal evaluations 3
  • Formal App Evaluations Rubrics - The first rubric is a traditional scoring rubric from Harry Walker - The second rubric is a simpler Yes/No rubric from Kathy Schrock
  • Formal App Evaluations Rubrics - The first rubric is a traditional scoring rubric from Harry Walker - The second rubric is a simpler Yes/No rubric from Kathy Schrock
  • http://tinyurl.com/appeval1
  • http://tinyurl.com/appeval2
  • Apps of NoteHere are some iPad apps that arepopular right now and good examplesof high quality educational apps.
  • Nearpod
  • Nearpod
  • Educreations
  • Educreations
  • Toontastic
  • Toontastic
  • Class Dojo
  • Class Dojo
  • Letter School
  • Letter School
  • Questions? Jonathan Wylie Technology Consultant Grant Wood AEA jwylie@gwaea.org @jonathanwylie