Mobile Scenarios for K12

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Get Mobile Scenarios for K12 on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.

Louise Robinson-Lay‘s insight:

The intel tools are excellent ways to embed thinking throughout the currriculum. Bringing them up to date by enabling mobile device users to benefit from the tools is something teachers will appreciate. There are scenarios for each tool to serve as examples. A free download from itunes.

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Writing in the wild: Unleash your flow with a keyboard for the iPad

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Turn your iPad into the perfect writing machine by using an external keyboard. This post tells you why and what are good keyboard cases.

Louise Robinson-Lay‘s insight:

If you’re planning on using your iPad for Moore serious writing you would be advised to check out the posts on this blog dedicated to using your iPad academically and professionally. There are worthwhile articles on cases, keyboards and styluses.

See on www.joachim-scholz.com

Cloud On

I have just finished using Cloud On for the first time. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it when I first saw tweets about it a while ago but it was not available in Australia. I emailed the company and they were kind enough to let me know when it was available here. I like the way that it works with my existing cloud options, DropBox, Box.net and my Google Drive. Files opened easily and were very straightforward to edit. They saved automatically and created another version of my Google Doc for me.
This is an invaluable tool for me as my teaching machine is a PC and I use the iPad at home. It gets rid of those annoying file conversion issues.

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