Sometimes it is advantageous to have your name on the list: the list for pre-sale announcements, the list for early bird registration, the list for first-class upgrades…
and The List for Google Play for Education. Google Play for Education will soon allow web developers to offer Apps to their schools. When this online portal premieres later this year, Google Play for Education will allow schools to discover, purchase, and distribute Apps and content in bulk to their students with ease. Three cheers for ghosted App delivery! Visit the edu developer microsite to learn more.
Google will soon expand its education offering to schools, districts, and/or school systems to include Nexus tablets and Google Play for Education. Advantages for schools include ease and portability of tablets together with up-to-date educational resources. Schools can easily manage tablets, and discover, purchase, and distribute content and apps seamlessly.
To get on The List for notification and information when the program launches later this year, complete the form at this link
Source: Rusty Meyners
This graphic matches educational and popular apps with the Bloom’s Taxonomy Verbs.
Great exercise to replicated with high school students to demonstrate integration of disparate elements/finding connections.
Read full article at this link
Huge techie kudos to friends at TCEA for their spreadsheet of apps for the classroom by subject matter
Click on the link above or here to find apps for grades K-12.
TCEA stands for Texas Computer Educator’s Association. It is a member-based organization devoted to the use of technology in education.
The most comprehensive list of iPad Apps by Subject Area I’ve seen.
It is arranged in a lovely grid format (which is my personal fave), organized by subject and grade level.
Thanks insightful innovators at TCEA!