The New Year offers many the opportunity to look back and reflect as well as prepare for the year ahead. Here is a quick walk down memory land, reviewing the ten most-often-accessed posts from the past calendar year.
The 15 Best iPad 2 Apps Downloads You MUST Have Installed, from Technology To Software. This was a nice post for those of us new to iPads. I’m sure there are oodles of other apps out there now to add to this list. Fifteen… HA!
Tiki-Toki: Free Web-based Timeline Creator, which I learned about from iLearnTechnology. Makes the old Social Studies teacher in me yearn for a classroom again.
The Great Behavior Game, which I learned about from Kleinspiration. This is a great resource that would be very helpful for dealing with kids who need visual reinforcement for appropriate classroom behavior. It would be a great tool for teachers who work with special populations!
Cleaning SMART Boards and Projectors Hey! Finally, one of my own musings! I hope many have found this to be good advice for maintaining classroom tech tools.
Rocks and Weathering Animation from the BBC would be a great addition to any classroom that studies Earth Science. Thanks to iLearn Technology for the tip!
SMART Notebook 10.8 was cool when I first heard about it, but is even better once I got my hands on it and started playing around with it. Hooray!
Engaging Students with Autism Using a SMART Board was found on the EdCompass Blog. It’s a great article on how to engage kids with special needs using interactive whiteboards.
Outlook Tip: Appointments, Reminders, and Texts. This was a how-to post I wrote after we launched the use of the Outlook Web App. Communication is key!
Is iPad3 Worth Waiting For? Time will still tell about this one. Since I posted it, more rumors have been flying about leading us to believe that a mini-iPad may actually be in the works. Wouldn’t that just be a big iPod Touch? We’ll see!
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