Apps Gone Free:

October 2013
  • Update your iPad - 2 or newer - to the new IOS 7. Click here for more information -

  • TCEA -iPad Apps: chart of apps listed by content area and grade level

Check out this link for great webinars:


20 Free iPad Apps Educators Can't Live Without-

November 15, 2011

Information from Rick - our Apple rep:





Click on link to view guided tour videos for iPad2-


ISTE iPAD link:

Top 10 Educational iPad Apps for Kids:

Professional Use/Classroom Management:

  • Take notes (using the app Notes) and send directly to an email account
  • Use the Calendar app to keep track of important dates, deadlines and appointments
  • Browse You Tube videos for subject area intro - using the You Tube app
  • Photos - snyc through iTunes or hold down on a picture and save to Photos

Student Use:
  • Matches- Memory Match
  • iSign Lite - short video to match word in Sign
  • Make Shapes - student draws shapes - able to save drawing to Photos
  • Draw 4 free - sketch pad - save drawing to photos on iPAD
  • Wikihood - maps your location (or any location) and gives data and statistics of that area
  • Dragon Dictation-records voice and translate to text- you are then able to email the text
  • GoSkyWatch Planetarium- locates and identifies planets ,stars, constellations and more.
  • iAmerica - pocket guide to US History and the Presidency
  • 3D Cell Stain-learn about the cell and it's structure
Information and tips from our session with Brian Gewirrtz, an Apple iPAD presenter (September 21, 2010):

Recording on iPods-
iPods in the Classroom Record a story Sync iPod After sync, click voice memo-click Get Info, select options-media kind - music, select the Lyrics tab, past words or type words here Sync iPod again iPod will now include the voice memo and the words will be on the screen as the same time