Explore uses for enhancing learning with an iPod Touch in the classroom. Use it to collect data, record audio files, view maps, monitor nutrition, practice facts, blog, read books and current events and much more!
160,000 ipods - and we think about music and audio files differently. The iPods today are different. Play the audio file faster - and when they need it - and as often as they need it
What are the opportunities?
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Take PBS with you on the go
Vocabulary review from Princeton Vocabulary Review
Just the camera on the Macbook Keep it simple
Great for Kids Create!
Many of these Aps have lite or free versions, Congress is .99 or 9.99 periodic table
USA Today ALI Mobile Welcome
ADD POPMATH BRAIN TUNER
Add users - keeps scores
Stanza includes - two books and many more - free - etc Adjust text color, size, you can&#x2019;t &#x201C;scroll&#x201D; can also Find a specific text
1.Create a custom map by logging into Google Maps on a computerand then create and save a custom map in My Maps. 2.While still in Google Maps on a computer, collaborate your map with firstname.lastname@example.org. 3.On your mobile device, go to http://mymapsmobile.appspot.com and login with your Google Account. 4.A web based interface will appear on screen, (see screenshot below). Simply click on the folded map icon for your custom map to automatically load it into iPod touch's native Google Maps application!
Star Walk Vela Clock
iTalk and iTalk Sync
Mobile Learning: iPod Touch