Searching for daVinci – Introduction
“True learners are multidimensional, they are passionately curious about the world around them. Leonardo da Vinci was the quintessential example of a Renaissance man. Scientist, inventor, painter, sculptor, architect, cartographer, mathematician- the list goes on. da Vinci had an insatiable curiosity and was deeply creative and innovative. da Vinci is still highly regarded as a brilliant creative genius, his thirst for learning is just as relevant today as it was 500 years ago. Is your classroom currently set up to foster the da Vinci’s of the world? “
7 Free iPad Apps for Educators and Students | The Edublogger
“favorite apps that every educator should have – and students”
App Store – Symbaloo – Bookmark and share your online favorites
Symbaloo makes it easy to organize all of your favorite websites into one simple and clickable dashboard. With their new app, your bookmarks and favorite links are always with you. You update in one place, and it gets synced to all of your devices. Many teachers and students like to make Symballoo their start page when they open a browser.
Paper by FiftyThree for iPad on the iTunes App Store
Coupled with a cheap stylus, this app makes it 100% paperless Create blank notebooks and write whatever you’d like. Keep notes, to-do lists, ideas, and more. Or create and share artwork.
App Store – WatchKnow Educational Videos
“companion app to the http://www.WatchKnow.org website which provides free educational videos for teachers, students, parents, and homeschoolers teaching students in K—12 (USA) or ages 3—18 (international). “
App Store – Dictionary.com – Dictionary & Thesaurus – Free
app will read you any word, show the origin, find synonyms, and everything else you’d expect from a dictionary app.
Desmos | A Better Calculator
it works beautifully on the iPad. abettercalculator.com from your iPad browser and graph away. Very slick! Will please any algebra teacher for sure.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.