It seems that Apple was thinking about the iPhone back in 1983. Thisimage of a 1983 prototype phone comes from the Apple ...
   Best in education apps by Apple   Reading best app reviews/teacher blogs   Once I became interested in an app that I...
1. Projecting my iPad onto my screen.2. Did some math warm-ups using apps I already had    (splash math 1st grade). All st...
    Splashtop Whiteboard allows teachers and students to turn their iPad into an    interactive whiteboard.    No need to...
   Morning Message using Splashtop    Whiteboard: You can type in the message as    students read along. They then look f...
   Fable: The Crow and the Pitcher                 Interactive Fables
Gadget report
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Gadget report

  1. 1. It seems that Apple was thinking about the iPhone back in 1983. Thisimage of a 1983 prototype phone comes from the Apple Museum collectionbeing housed at Stanford University.The ipad is a line of tablet computers designed, developed andmarketed by Apple. Its primarily used as a platform for audio-visualmedia including books, periodicals, movies, music, games, apps and webcontent.
  2. 2.  Best in education apps by Apple Reading best app reviews/teacher blogs Once I became interested in an app that I thought might work for my first graders (whole group), I watched many videos (mostly you tube) and tutorials. Several sites I used in my research can be found on my wiki page .
  3. 3. 1. Projecting my iPad onto my screen.2. Did some math warm-ups using apps I already had (splash math 1st grade). All students responded on dry erase boards.3. Spent “Read Across America” week reading many Dr. Seuss eBooks.
  4. 4.  Splashtop Whiteboard allows teachers and students to turn their iPad into an interactive whiteboard. No need to stay at the front of class. Freedom to roam around. Annotate over ANYTHING – Use gestures to draw, highlight, or write over any content. Use different colored and sized pens, highlighter, shapes, and text tools over existing content or background templates.
  5. 5.  Morning Message using Splashtop Whiteboard: You can type in the message as students read along. They then look for words they know (phonics skill, word wall words ). On this day, the message was pre-written on a power point. › Using Splashtop Whiteboard, students can use the iPad to highlight and underline words they know. › Complete reading lesson plan can be found on Wiki
  6. 6.  Fable: The Crow and the Pitcher Interactive Fables

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