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Jun 12, 2013
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FREE Book Apps Teaching Phonics

ABCmouse.com has a Beginning Reader Series for book apps: Word Families.  Currently there are 6 titles in the series.  All the apps are free.This is a series introducing “young learners to the joys of reading through stories that emphasize word families, ie. groups of words with the same ending sound, such as hot, pot, and not. Each story in the Beginning Reader Series is told in an engaging rhyming…See More
Jan 29, 2013
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FREE App About Endangered Animals From WWF

WWF (World Wildlife Fund) launched a new app recently, called WWA Together.  The app introduces the amazing animals, such as tiger, elephant, panda, with stunning photographs.  With the short paragraphs and interesting facts about the animals, it is great for after-dinner read aloud with families.  I think I am going to read it with my son.  There are some interactive activities in the…See More
Jan 17, 2013
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Dissect a Frog on iPAD

Did you dissect a frog when you were in school?  How did you like it?  Today I am going to introduce an app Frog Dissection.  It brings the whole dissection process onto iPAD.  It won’t replace the real practice, but it is a wonderful tool to learn about the dissection process, the organs, and frog’s body and life.  For those who can’t enjoy the real dissection, this app offers a great…See More
Jan 16, 2013
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Best Pre-school Natual and Animal Science Apps

Today’s Best Educational Apps for Kids list is Natual and Animal Science Apps for Pre-School Kids (age 3 to 6).  For kids age 6 to 10, please visit the Natual and Animal Science Apps for…See More
Jan 1, 2013
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Best Natual and Animal Science Apps for Elementary School Kids

Today’s Best Educational Apps for Kids list is Natual and Animal Science Apps for Kindergarden and Early Elementary School Kids (age 6 to 10).  There is another list of science apps for this age group but on other subjects, such as astronomy, physics, or chemistry.  For this other science list, you can visit an earlier post…See More
Dec 26, 2012
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How to Remotely Control Your Computer on a Mobile Device?

Do you like to take your laptop with you when you travel?  Now, if you have a smart phone, be it an iPhone or an Android phone, or if you have a tablet, such as an iPAD, you don’t have to take your laptop with you anymore.  Use LogMeIn, you can remotely access your home and work computers and work on the computer like you are sitting right in front of it.   It is FREE.  Read more…See More
Nov 26, 2012
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Learn Spanish with Book App

Little Blue Jackal is a bilingual app.  In addition to an interesting story, it also teaches kids Spanish.The story starts with the little jackal trying to run away from a village after being caught of stealing food.  He fell into a bucket of blue paint and his entire body turned blue.  Looked distinct, he was asked to be the king of the jungle…. till one day the animals found out he was just a…See More
Nov 12, 2012
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Learn Counting and Music Instruments in 12 Languages

Jazzy 123 is a fun app teaching kids numbers with music instruments.  From the developer of Jazzy Day and Jazzy ABC, Jazzy 123 has the same quality…See More
Nov 5, 2012
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FREE Book Apps Teaching Phonics

Posted on January 29, 2013 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

ABCmouse.com has a Beginning Reader Series for book apps: Word Families.  Currently there are 6 titles in the series.  All the apps are free.

This is a series introducing “young learners to the joys of reading through stories that emphasize word families, ie. groups of words with the same ending sound, such as hot, pot, and not. Each story in the Beginning Reader Series is told in…

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FREE App About Endangered Animals From WWF

Posted on January 17, 2013 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

WWF (World Wildlife Fund) launched a new app recently, called WWA Together.  The app introduces the amazing animals, such as tiger, elephant, panda, with stunning photographs.  With the short paragraphs and interesting facts about the animals, it is great for after-dinner read aloud with families.  I think I am going to read it with my…

Continue

Dissect a Frog on iPAD

Posted on January 16, 2013 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

Did you dissect a frog when you were in school?  How did you like it?  Today I am going to introduce an app Frog Dissection.  It brings the whole dissection process onto iPAD.  It won’t replace the real practice, but it is a wonderful tool to learn about the dissection process, the organs, and frog’s body and life.  For those who can’t enjoy the real…

Continue

Best Science Apps for Upper Elementary and Middle School

Posted on January 9, 2013 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

Today’s “Best Educational Apps for Kids” list is Science apps for upper elementary and middle school kids (Age 10 to 15).  I did not include those animal related apps, as there will be a separate list of “Best Educational Apps for Kids” on ”Nature and Animals”. …

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Dear Colleagues,Over the summer, I have been working with the Clayton Christensen Institute, a non-profit institution conducting research in blended learning. I am working as part of a team that is building a Blended Learning Universe (BLU), a searchable database of blended-learning programs nation-wide.If your school is engaging in blended learning, please contact me! We would love to gain your help in shaping this…See More
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Greetings,I am an Assistant Principal in a district that will use Skyward for the first time this year for scheduling to grading. I would like to hear from others that are using Skyward for scheduling. How has using it reduced the difficulty in building a master schedule and creating student schedules? I currently work at a high school grades 9-12 with 1600 students. The scheduling task shifted to me due to a resignation and I would like insight since only the departing administrator attended…See More
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