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StickPick is an app that is

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StickPick is an app that is similar to Pick a Student, but when you enter a student's name it allows you to choose a question stem level from Bloom's Taxonomy or from the ESL levels. When a student's name is selected, those question stems pop up, you can score the response and it saves the data!

High School Marketing and Business teacher from Atlanta, GA

I wish these apps were

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I wish these apps were available for Android. I really like the 'Pick a Student' app.

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My mother, who has been a

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My mother, who has been a teacher for 15 years, only recently got an iPhone. I don't think she really know that there are so many tools out there for teachers these days.
She is definitely savvy with the new technologies and would have no problem assimilating the apps on her iPhone to her routine.

Psychology tearcher

As a psychology teacher i was

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As a psychology teacher i was thinking that we should implement new technology in schools, not in forward but in backward schools so that time can be saved. My students are not working home work if i do not give them option to read lessons in laptops.
In mentally ill students these iPhone apps can work as a good treatment. You can check out my latest research in psychology at http://aboutmental.com

Director, Antioch Center for School Renewal

I love this Pinterest board

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I love this Pinterest board from Vicki Davis- lots of good idea here! http://www.pinterest.com/coolcatteacher/ipad-and-iphone-apps-for-teachers/

Personally, Pinterest is my current favorite app. I can take pictures of cool things I see out in the world and pin them to boards organized by topic, theme, whatever. I can also pin links, resources, etc to the same boards, so things are easy to find.

I also like that I can share resources on timely topics with families this way.

Instantly convert your iPhone

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Instantly convert your iPhone into an illuminated macrophotography camera, a digital microscope, view scope or a short range borescope, by simply simply snapping on the Illumoscope's™ built in microphotography case. You tube videos showing some its’ functions can be seen at http://www.youtube.com/user/Illumoscope

The 'Lex Flashcard Game' is

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The 'Lex Flashcard Game' is great for studying vocabulary - it uses wordlists from the awesome Quizlet website in a game which requires production (not just recognition). You can also use the online app, and even put the widget on your own page specifying lists to use here:
www.lexwordgameapp.com
Cheers,
Oliver

Have you ever tried Movenote?

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Have you ever tried Movenote? Its a great tool for making video presentations. If for example you are interested in flipping the classroom!

http://videoeducation.tumblr.com/
www.movenote.com

High School World Languages teacher in Cleveland, Ohio

Not everyone has an iphone,

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Not everyone has an iphone, but...If the students have texting, www.polleverywhere.com obviates the need for "clickers" for quick checks of understanding. It's free up to a certain number of respondents, and the results appear live on the whiteboard. I also had my summer school students do "instant feedback" Instagram videos (also free, and the students LOVE watching themselves [and reinforcing content]): 15 seconds to demonstrate vocabulary mastery, pronunciation, grammar concepts...this year, when I say I am flipping my classroom, I may mean that students MUST bring their phone to class!

Social Media Specialist at Compass Learning

Great list. I would love to

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Great list. I would love to see how the "Pick A Student" app functions in the classroom.

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