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My Journey Into Educational Apps – Part 2

While I spent the summer of 2013 reviewing apps, I also spent time thinking about how to classify them. As Corey and I collaborated on the website’s design, we wanted to produce a logical way for classifying apps. As such, Corey and I recruited Judy Dix to help us think about organizing educational apps by their purpose, and we produced ...

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My Journey Into Educational Apps– Part 1

For my first App Ed Review blog post, I wanted to share how I became interested in educational apps. I’m writing this post with the purpose of sharing my interest in apps and who I am as a teacher with my readers. I got my first iPad in the summer of 2011. At the time, I was a Ph.D. student ...

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RoundUp February 2015 – English Language Arts

We are excited to announce that App Ed Review is undergoing some big changes! By: Todd Cherner and Alex Fegely We are transitioning from being an app review website into a comprehensive support network for teachers who are or who want to use apps with their students. As part of that network, our high-quality reviews will still be available, but ...

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RoundUp January 2015 – Collaborative Learning!

Start off the New Year by Exploring a set of Apps That Enable Collaborative Learning By: Todd Cherner and Alex Fegely Technology is changing not only the instructional methods we use to teach our students, but it is changing the classroom and learning experience. Digital learning communities – virtual spaces where students can collaborate, assist in each other’s learning, and ...

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RoundUp December 2014 – Health and Phys. Ed

Health and Physical Education Apps! By Todd Cherner and Alex Fegely It’s Always a Great Time to Remind Students About the Importance of Exercise and Fitness. The Apps can Help! App Ed Review is here this month to present you with apps that complement physical education and health classes. Incorporating technology into your classroom can seem challenging, especially for health ...

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