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GCISD Tech Lessons
Clip Art and Media
Search Engines for Kids
iPads - Websites that Work
iPads in the Classroom
- extensive list sorted by topic and grade
Screen Recording Apps
Tips and Tricks
- Guided Tours from Apple.
- to help you get started, here is a comprehensive list of tips, tricks, and tutorials.
Websites that work on iPads
iPad Websites for Integration
– Have an on screen brainstorming/conversation with a group similar to TypeWithMe or TitanPad.
– Create word clouds similar to Wordle.
– Enter spelling words and then take a spelling test. Note:
Spelling test only. Games do not work.
– Type in text and it will save it as an .mp3 (audio) file.
- Can be used to share ideas. Students can enter text from iPads or cell phones. The wiffiti cannot be viewed using an iPad.
- Collaboratively mark up websites, graphics, and photos, or start brainstorming on a blank canvas. Choices are limited on an iPad.
- Have an isolated room where you can ask questions and students can respond.
- Have students watch the same video on different iPads. It allows you to chat about the movie as it is playing.
- Turn the iPads into response systems.
- Discovery Streaming Mobile site
GCISD Website Suggestions:
Wikispaces for Educators
- with a wiki you can post, publish, and share with ease. Also you can have unlimited pages let you and your students share text, images, files, and more. For more instructions and ideas:
Blogs for Students
- is designed for elementary and middle school teachers who want to provide each student with their own, unique blog.
For more instructions and ideas - scroll down to blogs:
iPad Model Lessons:
help on how to format text
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