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RoundUp August 2015 – Test Prep Score Builders

Standardized tests can be as scary as just the letters ACT, SAT, and AP and these tests can send shivers down students’ spines! Confidence for students going into such important tests is crucial, and confidence is built through practice. The earlier students get to practicing, the more confidence they can build. The waning days of summer are a great time ...

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RoundUp July 2015 – Early Literacy Fun

Summer is a great time to get your child’s reading skills ahead of the pack before school starts, and a great time for teachers to find the best apps for early literacy for the fall. Tons of apps on the market say they teach students to read. App Ed Review has sorted through the early literacy apps and found four ...

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RoundUp June 2015 – Incorporate Art!

With summer right around the corner, it is time to relax, decompress, and then start thinking about next year (when you’re ready, of course J). Once ready, we here at App Ed Review encourage you to start thinking about ways to incorporate art into your instruction. Whether you’re an English, social studies, P.E., or math teacher (or another subject area ...

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RoundUp May 2015 – Cool Instructional Tools!

This month we are examining a teacher’s best friend, instructional tool apps! The apps outlined below will help you with instruction while contributing to your productivity, pacing, and more. These instructional tools are just a few or our favorite teacher resource apps, be sure to check our website for even more! And remember, each and every app reviewed by App ...

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RoundUp April 2015 – Search Apps

This Roundup marks the relaunch of App Ed Review, a comprehensive database designed for finding and using educational apps in the classroom. Featuring over 500 app reviews and 1,500 ideas for using those apps, App Ed Review has you covered. Did your principal, school, or district give you a tablet to use with your students and now you need ideas ...

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