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Hi, everyone! Microsoft would love feedback for those of you using mobile devices in education as they consider options for an app on iPads and other tablets and phones. This is a great team working hard to make a difference in education by creating apps that are developed with teachers and students in mind. Please complete this very brief survey to share your expertise and provide input. Thanks so much, and please repost! The link is below.

Student Group Projects and Mobile Devices

I wanted to see if any of you in the iPad ED world have an app vetting system. We currently have an app request form (Google Form), but don't really have a great system for checking on the apps and, specifically, if they are safe for children under 13 to use (as far as data collection goes). Curious to see how others are handling all of the app requests that come from the teachers and Principals.

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Some Fun Vocabulary Learning Tools for Kids

-- all are available on mobile devices

http://igamemom.com/best-vocabulary-learning-tools-on-ipad-and-other-tablets/

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Have you tried these?


10 apps teaching kids how to make movies and videos into stories

Do you kids like to play with the cameras on your phones and tablets? Why not leverage their interest to build some learning into the fun?

http://igamemom.com/apps-for-kids-to-create-videos/

#storytelling #kidsactivities #kidsapps #edtech #homeschool #kidsart #iGameMom

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Student-Led Conferences with a Techie Twist

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What Have We Learned from 7 Years of iPads in Education?
#ipaded #edtech

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One of the Top 5 Augmented Reality Apps for Education
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