Working on Presentation about “The iPad as an Assessment and Learning Tool”

This is a repost of a blog entry by my colleague and teaching partner Gallit Zvi. We are working on a couple pro-d presentation and would really appreciate the help of our awesome PLN. Any help you can give by contributing to the linoit Gallit set up to help us with our presentation on “The iPad as an Assessment and Learning Tool” would be appreciated.

Please consider adding to and sharing this post via twitter or Facebook as it would be a big help to our presentation.

Sincerely,

Hugh McDonald
(@hughtheteacher)

I am sitting at Starbucks working with my pal and teaching partner, Hugh McDonald, on our two Professional Development Day presentations that we will be giving this August. One is called “Introduction to the iPad as an Assessment and Learning Tool”. We thought it would be cool to use a linoit board to gather information from you, our wonderful PLN! We would love to know what apps you love using with your class and how you use them. For example, I love “showme” because students can draw, write and speak at the same time about a given topic.

What do you love using? Please take a moment to click on the link below and add a “stickie note” to my iPad board! Thank you so much! I will also be using this linoit to show my group the power of a PLN on twitter! You guys rock!

Special thanks to Denise Krebs for first introducing me to linoit.com, I learn so much from you, Denise!
What a great web 2.0 tool!

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