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Great post. Just wanted to

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Great post.

Just wanted to bring to your attention this new Reading Conference iPad app I've developed, Stream Reading.

· RECORD audio of student reading.
· DOCUMENT your conferences with an intuitive interface designed for teachers.
· USE our supplied reading prompts to help during your sessions.
· EXPORT data from a whole class, a group of students or a single student.
· PRINT data from a whole class, a group of students or a single student.
· DROPBOX data from a whole class, a group of students or a single student.
· EMAIL reading conference records to specific people.
· SEND goals directly to students.
· CREATE as many classes as you need.
· TAKE notes for later use and set reminders for future reading conferences.

Check out DuoVid, its an app

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Check out DuoVid, its an app that plays two videos at once.
Comparison is one of the best learning tools, use the app to compare your video against other videos on youtube.

Site: PitchanApp.com/DuoVid

Musical App for kids

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"If you are parent and you want to teach your children music from around the world, try Jazzy world tour by the melody book. They have a free version as well.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jazzy-world-tour-free-musical/id574909527?mt=8"

Love using Evernote, as

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Love using Evernote, as well!

bContext is also a great App for recording/creating presentations in class! http://bContext.com/

Instructional Technology

I have used both ShowMe and

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I have used both ShowMe and Educreations. Educreations has worked well for teachers wanting to "flip" their classrooms. I have used Educreations successfully with k-adult. What is nice about Educreations for flipped classrooms is that the presentations will all appear on the teacher's educreations webpage. That makes it easy for the students and the teacher. Also, it lets the teacher see who has viewed the presentation and when they viewed it.

Questions and Food for Thought

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Haiku Deck is a 12+ App. Do you have concerns when using this with younger children? We are currently using the app without students logging into an account which prevents sharing. I have not found a way to extract a file to send it to a teacher's device via Instashare.
We are using Evernote with younger children by assigning them an e-mail address for login, but they cannot access the e-mail account. It a very good cross-curriculum tool.
Show Me is good, but have you seen Educreation? It has a website in which teachers can upload and share instruction. Student created works can also be uploaded either by the teacher to a master account, or students can have their own. It is free as well.

Software Engineer - Mobile Developer

Lecture Capture

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I would like to recommend very cool and simple to use app that allows to create recordings by or for students. It's called Lecture Capture.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lecture-capture/id552262316?mt=8

Thanks for the Blog

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Notability and ShowMe both are best for me as in Notability, I can open PDFs from any website, and showme is good for presentation. Thanks a lot for sharing such kind of applications.

Thank you for the article!

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ShowMe is excellent! Quick and easy. Plus, once uploaded, I'm able to send my students to the online video. For stations, it allows me to be in several places at once--literally.

Educator, Consultant, ADE , ClassTechTips.com

Show Me is great! I'm a big

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Show Me is great! I'm a big fan of Doceri and Educreations too: http://classtechtips.com/2012/12/10/record-your-work-using-doceri/

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