Archive | May, 2013

Recordium – Add Visual Notes to Audio Recordings

Recordium is a new iPad and iPhone for creating audio recordings. At first glance the app reminded me Sound Cloud. Like Sound Cloud, Recordium can be used to quickly create a spoken note or to record someone playing an instrument. Recordium can be used to trim the end or beginning of a recording. You can […]

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Shoot, Edit, and Share Videos With the Loopster iPad App

Loopster is a video editing tool that I first tried as a web app last fall. Recently, I learned that Loopster has a free iPad app. The free iPad app offers all of the same features that are available in the web version of the service. The Loopster iPad app provides a four track editor. There […]

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Create Interactive Images With ThingLink’s New iPad App

ThingLink is one of my favorite tools that I’ve reviewed on Free Technology for Teachers. The free service allows you to make any image interactive by adding digital pinmarks to it. Those pinmarks can include text, links, videos that are revealed when some touches those pinmarks while viewing your shared images. The service previously worked […]

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5 Digital Storytelling iPad Apps for Elementary School Students

Reading stories, watching videos, and listening to podcasts is one way to learn with an iPad. But a more fun way to learn with an iPad is to create things. Here are five iPad apps that elementary school students can use to create stories. Doodlecast for Kids is an iPad app that allows students to create […]

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Virtual Frog Dissection on Your iPad

Frog Dissection for iPad is an app that is popular with biology teachers. The latest version of the app includes more labels, quizzes, and videos. Of course, the main purpose of the app still remains. That purpose is to provide a virtual environment in which students can dissect a frog just as they would if […]

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17 iPad Apps We Explored Using With High School Post-Graduates

Last week I spent a day working with teachers at Bridgton Academy in Bridgton, Maine. Bridgton Academy is a private boarding school serving male students who have completed high school, but are spending a year gaining more skills and knowledge before going to college. I was invited to spend the day consulting with teachers to […]

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Project Noah – Share Stories of Nature In Your Neighborhood

Project Noah is a globally collaborative project to which anyone can contribute. On Project Noah you can share pictures and stories of the plants and the animals that you observe in your neighborhood. Project Noah has a section titled Missions in which you can find projects that you can contribute to. The Missions ask people […]

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Pixlr Express Plus – A Fantastic Image Editing iPad App

Pixlr is a company that offers a great collection of image editing tools for iOS, Android, and Chrome. I’ve been using Pixlr on my Android phone for the last 18 months. Recently, I installed Pixlr Express Plus on my iPad. Pixlr Express Plus for iPad is a free app that provides intuitive tools for cropping […]

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Explore 7 Principles of Ocean Science On This iPad App

Ocean Science is a free iPad app that at least six people have recommended to me over the last few weeks. The app is essentially a seven chapter, multimedia ebook about the basics of ocean science. Each chapter includes animations, pictures, video, and text. You can toggle back and forth between the multimedia elements and […]

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Kindoma Storytime – Kids and Grandparents Read Stories Together Online

Kindoma Storytime is a free iPad app that I can definitely see myself using with my nieces who live 1,000 miles away from me. Kindoma Storytime allows me to read stories my nieces through our iPads. Here’s how it works; after I create a free account I can invite my family members to connect with […]

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