Mobile Device Management
How can an iPad be used to enhance the school day? Which apps are the best? Nick Dempster, a Year 6 teacher at Linaker Primary School in Southport and an Apple Distinguished Educator, shares his experiences.
This poster by two classroom teachers discusses what habits an effective iPad teacher has.
This great video from square group will explain the process of getting started with Apple TV in your classroom, including the setup and some basic teaching ideas.
Nest Folders Inside of Folders In iOS 7.1
"You have Android questions, we have Android answers. That's the basic operating premise of Greenbot, the newest website by IDG Communications. We've been quietly posting articles for the past few weeks, but now it's time to officially introduce ourselves to the Android universe."
This is a good place to learn about Android apps and tablets for schools.
This is a fun Thinglink guide for those new to using a Chromebook. It includes tips as well as links to great free apps/extensions.
Taking a screenshot used to be a difficult affair because Android did not have any screenshot capabilities built into the software, but this is no longer the case. In fact, there are a handful of methods to take screenshots, depending on what phone you're using and whether your device is rooted or not. Not sure how you can take screenshots on your Android device? Let us count the ways.
AppCrawlr is a wonderful and extensive search engine for iOS and Android apps. Search by feature, audience, attributes, or function. You can even get a comparison of one app to another.
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