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NEW and UPDATED Periodic table of iPad apps for Primary aged pupils for iOS 11

I was working this week at the JESS school in Dubai with former periodic table collaborator and good friend, Steve Bambury. We used the previous …

I wanted to show you that the owner of the magazine dan add notes that include pictures and urls. VERY helpful!

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I wanted you to see that you can add your own article to your magazine, too. Maybe directions to do something. Or a picture. Or a link.

Just in case you stop back here to our magazine I wanted you to see that the owner can add text and even photos manually.

Back to School... #Writing versus #Maths

My mind is full of numbers at the moment... I have gone back to teaching maths and although I am enjoying it my mind boggles. Words have left and …

Maths Resources. Free Maths Resources, Worksheets and Games

Mathster<p>Over 10,000 randomised maths questions which can be used to set online maths homework, create maths worksheets, IWB resources or online video …

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Impact of Devices on Children's Sleep A 'Major Concern' for Researchers

Children and teens' increased access to and use of mobile digital devices at bedtime is a "major public health concern," according to a newly …

I really like this idea for an upper grade classroom. I like the fact that a teacher can create the magazine, students can contribute to it, and then on a regular basis the students can take turns talking about the articles that they saved, and tell why they think that it was an important article for everyone to see. Notice that I was able to write my own contribution to this magazine. I love it.

I just wanted to point out that it is possible to create your own notes or articles in your Flipboard magazine. I can even add a picture. Imagine the possibilities here.

PhET Science and Maths Simulations – now an iPad App

The PhET website has been a favourite of mine for a long time. Created by the University of Colorado Boulder it hosts a wonderful array of …

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5 Ways a Flipboard Magazine Can Help Boost Your School’s Clubs

Straight A’s aren’t enough these days. Extracurricular activities, community service and even work experiences are all important considerations for college and scholarship reviewers. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, extracurricular “activities offer opportunities for …

Holiday Memories

Holiday talk had been a big feature of our discussions and lead to us enjoying various beach and sea/ocean-related activities… . Beach Small World …

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11 Cool Apps for Back-to-School

We’ve partnered with Common Sense Education to share the best back-to-school apps to try this year. Handpicked by the Common Sense teacher team, …

Podcast444: Reflections on iPad Media Camp (July 2016)

Welcome to a recorded podcast from the road with Wesley and Shelly Fryer, reflecting on the past week of iPad Media Camp workshops in Stilwell and …

Welcome, teachers! In this magazine we will collect articles that we find to be noteworthy. We'll be exploring education hashtags (#ipaded, #ipadchat, #edchat, and more) and hashtags dedicated to your specific subject. I hope you'll find this to be a great way for your teachers to share articles, too.

Thank El Niño and Climate Change for Huge Hurricane Patricia

By this time tomorrow, Mexico's resort-speckled southwest coast will almost certainly have been thrashed by the strongest hurricane ever recorded. …

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How to motivate unmotivated students

<i>**The Edvocate is pleased to publish guest posts as way to fuel important conversations surrounding P-20 education in America. The opinions contained</i> …

How climate change could alter the food on your plate

<b>This article is part of Climate for Change, a Fairfax Media series on global warming. Full coverage can be found here. Follow our coverage on</b> …

Yes, humans really are causing earthquakes — but not how you think

Lately, life has become a little more unpredictable <b></b>in the central United States. The region has seen a significant increase in earthquakes over the past six years — some of them capable of causing some real damage — when before there was very little seismic activity in the area.<p>Scientists pretty …

For your math teacher friends

Teaching Coding in Class: 17 Apps to Try

November 17, 2014<br>Today as I was going through my bookmarks, I come across this excellent visual created by Sean Junkins where he features a bunch of …

iPad deployments - think before you deploy

I remember being with my father when he purchased his first Texas Instruments calculator in the 1970s. It could add, subtract, multiply and divide. …