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Gina Gammon

IPad Apps

1. Dropbox-allows you to bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere you go. After installing on your computer, any file you save to your dropbox will automatically save to all your devices.

Students can use dropbox to save classroom project videos, pictures and or files. Then these items can be saved to other devices to work on at home.

2. Notesplus-is a notetaking tool that supports handwriting, typing, and audio recording. It has close-up writing for small text, palm handling, and PDF exporting.

Students can use Notesplus on their iPads to take notes or audio recording for class projects and etc...

3. Genius Scan-This icon turns your iPhone/IPad into a pocket scanner. You can quickly scan documents on the go and email the scans as a JPEG or PDF.

Students can scan school projects or assignments with their devices to use and work on at home or anywhere.

4. Scribble Press-Is a book creation platform that allows students to create and share their own creative stories with drawing and writing tools.

Students can create a story in English or Child Development class and then share these stories with preschool children at the Head Start or at the Elementary schools.

5. Common Core-This is a app for students, parents, or teachers to read and understand common core standards. Find standards by subject, grade or domain/cluster.

Students can use this app to better understand the standards they are expected to learn in each class.