An online community for schools using iPod Touches in the classroom
Hi,Unfortunately we have had another 'spammer' on the site. . I hope I have removed all their content. I apologise to anyone who has recieved an unwanted email from 'Vera'. As you can appreciate it is hard to know exactly who you are getting when you approve people. We try to keep it open to as many people as we can while removing th eobvious frauds. Unfortunately we can't always get it right.
Added by Michelle Roscarel on June 27, 2011 at 0:01 — No Comments
Check out this commercial from Verizon that truly captures the spirit of this new generation of students. Teach them well and then get out of the way!
Added by Harry Walker on May 8, 2011 at 11:00 — No Comments
Check out this latest post: IPod Pilot Teachers have created their own mobile websites on Wirenode. They are easy to set up and manage. The kids use them throughout the day and can access them from home. You can link directly to the teacher sites and check them out from:
Added by Harry Walker on May 5, 2011 at 22:10 — No Comments
If you are interested in the use of mobile technology in schools, you have to check out our newest blog - I Teach Therefore IPod. It's only been up for three weeks and we received over 1,500 visits. Follow if you like. We'd love to have fellow enthusiasts join our group.
Here is the link:
See you on the web,
Added by Harry Walker on May 4, 2011 at 10:29 — No Comments
I am very pleased to announce that the Australian iTunes Store now has a Special Education section for iphone and ipad apps!
iPad Special Education Apps
iPhone Special Education Apps…
Added by Greg Alchin on March 4, 2011 at 20:30 — No Comments
I recently stumbled upon an incredible iPod/iPhone app called TeamViewer http://teamviewer.com/index.aspx. This FREE app (as long as you use it non-commercial) will provide remote access to computers via another computer or your iPod/iPhone. It's also compatible with Win/Mac/Linux. I have it installed on two comps at school - Mac and Win - as well as my iPod and a Win laptop at home. I can access…Continue
Added by Wes on December 16, 2010 at 1:01 — No Comments
Good day Fellow IPod Teachers,
We are in our first year of a pilot for our district using IPod Touches in our fourth and fifth grade classrooms. We are looking to connect with other teachers across the world that are using IPods with elementary-aged children in order to provide the greatest benefit for our students. Please visit our new page and join in our conversation. We'd like to set up an elementary specific community. We look forward to connecting.…
Added by Harry Walker on November 18, 2010 at 2:41 — No Comments
Apple have added an important product update to iTunes U the addition of ePub file format support.
The three providers who are providing ePub collections at launch are:…Continue
Added by Greg Alchin on November 1, 2010 at 20:52 — No Comments
I have just discovered this little beauty!…Continue
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I am at the start of the journey and I am wondering how many ipod touches a school needs and how they are best managed. I am the teacher-librarian at my school so I figure some type of class set arrangement.with a charging dock. Any advantage starting with primary ahead of secondary or the reverse?
Do they replace laptops to any great extent?
Is there any value in surveying to see how many own their own and getting them used in class? What would the risks be for…Continue
Looking for some Middle School Math Apps, preferably free. Any suggestions?
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