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Haiti donations (1:10)
- 2010 Earthquake in Haiti: The www.state.gov website serves as the State Department’s portal of information on U.S. foreign policy and information about the State Department. This site refers to information about the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
Canadian ADE (3:58)
- ADE: Apple is currently accepting applications for the Class of 2010 ADEs in Canada. For more information and details on the application process review the guidelines for Canada on page 2 of the Contents section above. Deadline for application is February 13, 2010.
- iboard player: Approx 400 resources for students and teachers to use with IWB. Subscription is needed, but there are 15 sample activities available.
Kid Blog (7:12)
- Kidblog.org – Blogs for Teachers and Students: “Kidblog.org is designed for elementary and middle school teachers who want to provide each student with their own, unique blog. Kidblog’s simple, yet powerful tools allow students to publish posts and participate in discussions within a secure classroom blogging community. Teachers maintain complete control over student blogs.”
Big Universe (9:30)
- Best Children’s Picture Books Online – BigUniverse.com: Award-winning education website for grades K-8. This engaging web community uses beautiful picture books to instill the love of reading, writing and learning, while providing an anywhere-anytime, standards-based, education resource that connects teachers, students and parents.
Audio Owl (15:22)
- AudioOwl – Free Audio Books – Download mp3 and iPod format today! Your source for free audio books. Downloads available in mp3, iPod and iTunes format
Cellphone contract (18:01)
- Child Cellphone Usage Policy: Sample cellphone contract that can be used with children
Toy to Tool Blog (20:42)
- From Toy to Tool: Cell Phones in Learning: “A conversation about integrating student cell phones into classroom curricula.”
iPod Touch in Education (24:10)
- iPod touch in Education: Resources for using the iPod Touch in education.
Best Kids Apps (26:01)
- iPhone Games Reviews, Apps Reviews, Tips & Tricks | Best Kids Apps: Review blog for parents who want to find the best children’s iPhone applications without slogging through the entire iTunes Store. Written by moms. Categorized by age and type.
- iPhone Apps: Find, share and track | Appolicious ™ iPhone App Directory: Site where you can quickly find mobile apps you’ll love. Get recommendations from editors, peeps in your social network, and more. Search and view app names, ratings, reviews, social activity (which of your friends use the app) and media mentions, plus videos and pictures for the apps.
- Appsfire: easily share your favorite selection of iPhone apps with anyone. Appsfire was born in early 2009 out of an encounter, a user frustration and a challenge: ‘crack’ the iPhone sandbox to collect the list of user apps, thereby allowing the creation of a service to facilitate peer-to-peer app recommendations… a few months afterwards, Appsfire.com was born, starting with a Mac OS X client app and a web front, followed by a native iPhone app and a PC port of the sync app.
- AppsFire: Helen’s Ed Apps: Widget created by Appsfire that has my picks for Education Apps for the iPhone/iPod Touch
Best App Ever voting (31:29)
- 2009 Best App Ever Awards: Lots of categories, including several for kids of all ages. You can also vote for your fave until Jan 31, 2010!
App Store Expense Monitor (33:02)
- WetFish Software » Software » App Store Expense Monitor: “This application gathers all iPhone applications from your iTunes folder on your computer, reads out the price information and presents the total amount of money you spent on the Apple App Store.”
Our app picks:
Monkey Preschool Lunchbox (36:12)
- Monkey Preschool: iPhone Games for Ages 2 to 5: “Monkey Preschool Lunchbox is a collection of six exciting educational games for your preschooler (ages 2 to 5). “
- TeachersPick: “Teacher’s Pick gives you the ability to randomly and uniquely choose students without having to rely on memory, cups of craft sticks or flash cards. Just add your class names and the students in each class. Teacher’s Pick keeps track of which students are active and inactive (already chosen) and gives you options to pick a student from the active group or pick from the full group (active or inactive).”
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