iPhone Apps in my classroom
Posted by mitchsquires on April 26, 2011
The following is a list of apps I use in in my classroom. They are all free except for StoryRobe, which is well worth the $1.19.
Xtranormal – make short animated videos using interesting characters, voice recording or text and customisable backgrounds. Easily embeddable.
YouTube – upload and publish videos to Youtube.
MindMeister – create mindmaps that can be published and edited on an iPhone or on the web. Easy to embed.
PS Express – edit photos you have taken, including exposure, tinting, borders, soft focus, etc.
Comic Touch Lite – add captions or comic style thought/speech bubbles to photos.
Lino – a sticky notepad for sharing
WordPress – manage and write posts, pages and comments on blogs, including moderating student blogs.
QR Reader – guide students to websites easily and quickly with QR codes.
Edmodo – manage your edmodo groups from your phone.
Mobile RSS – keep on top of all your reading on your phone.
TED Talks – concise, inspirational talks on anything and everything.
Australian Curriculum – the incoming curriculum goes digital.
Twitter for iPhone – connecting with educators around the world.
Check out this terrific blog from Steph Westwood at Cardiff North PS chronicling her iPod Touch trial and the use of a range of different apps with K-3 students.
Which are your favourite apps? What are you using with your students?