10 things to do on your iPad

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When I reflect back to early versions of iOS and the workarounds that teachers and students used to have to jump through hoops to complete through third-party applications, the iOS operating system has come a very long way from where it used to be. Source: Ten things every educator should be able to do with their […]

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Tablet tablets everywhere and not a screen to touch

Apple has been making a push for the iPads in the classroom, and their latest salvo is an iPad that works with the Apple Pencil and Logitech Crayon. Unfortunately for Apple, I don’t believe the new iPad and the push for multimedia creation will be enough to sway schools from the lure of Chromebooks. To […]

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What’s a Computer

When a neighbor asks her what she’s doing on her computer, the girl replies ‘What’s a computer’ making the not-so-subtle point that an iPad Pro is more than enough computer for many tasks. Source: Apple Posts ‘What’s a Computer’ Video Promoting the iPad Pro – MacStories I’ve tried out using an iPad as my mobile […]

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Showbie – The Heart of Your Paperless Classroom

Showbie is a free educational app for teachers and students that makes creating and completing assignments, providing assessments, and storing grades easy. Source: Showbie – The Heart of Your Paperless Classroom If you are in an iPad classroom, Showbie may be a site you’ll want to check out. As a teacher, you can assign tasks […]

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Thoughts on Swift Playgrounds — Fraser Speirs

The other thing that is not entirely obvious is that Playgrounds has full access to the entire iOS API. This means that there is effectively no limit on the complexity of Playground that you can build. You can use APIs like Core Location, WebKit, MapKit, Core Motion, Networking and Core Bluetooth. One of the demos […]

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