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Tamara Sep 10
A4: Im a big fan of Mind Maps when organizing thoughts. I also am a fan of color coding sentences. Ex. Opinion writing... Opinion stated in orange, reason in red, cite evidence in blue. Highlight tool in markup works great
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Jodie Deinhammer Sep 9
Love using Apple Classroom to view screens to have my kids check in and do quick formative assessments
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Miriam Walsh Sep 10
Thanks to everyone for taking part in our first of the new academic year. If you missed if you can find the recap here.
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Paul Tullock Sep 10
A4: Looking back through School Manager, we haven’t bought an app for 3 years as everything we need is ready out the box. This helps us to invest in hardware & accessories. I’m looking forward to seeing iMovie develop as that will replace DoInk
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Katie Gardner, NBCT Sep 10
A4: Our "Writer Wednesday" warm-up with uses transition effects to scaffold and support my beginning writers
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Alicia Bankhofer Sep 10
Here are all the new features of iPadOS listed. I’m kinda holding off on making how-to videos until it’s here …
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Martin Willis ADE Sep 7
So this is exciting! 2 weeks into term and the Crayon is already transforming our classrooms. I’ve been given a promo code to give away worth 10 crayons! TO WIN: Simply follow me on Twitter and Retweet this tweet!
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Gerard Greally Sep 10
A1 The new screenshot opportunities are amazing too, and the markup pens.. little changes that will make all the difference!
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Eoin Hughes Sep 14
Did you know that the chords (C-G-Am-F) can be played along to a plain, old major scale? (do, re, mi, etc.) Think how many students sing & learn this scale 🌍 Now think how much more creatively it could be learned & applied... 💡
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Kennedy Dukes Sep 10
When I was tutoring a second grader, I would have her write a story and then I would record her reading it. I would play it for her after and she got to hear how it sounded when she did or didn’t read with emotion or read too fast! It also helped w/ comprehension!
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Mrs. Kersch Sep 15
, anyone have feedback on how to securely do online testing on iPad to prevent opening new tabs in the browser?
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Martin Coutts  Sep 10
A6 I think a crazy feature for me, would be multiple device display support. Mirror your device to others as a picture in picture.
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Gerard Greally Sep 10
A5 I’m fortunate that I’ve been using iPadOS for two months, my school see the importance in keeping up with the changes and have given me a session at the next whole school training day
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Mr. Erdoğan 🎬🎵🏀 19h
Got bad handwriting (like me)?📝 Want to animate your text like handwriting in ? You can using ! One problem: there isn’t a built-in animation that looks like handwriting. I’ve got your fix!
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Lyndsey Balfe Sep 10
A3 Full desktop safari on iPad is something I have really been crying out for. I can do more coding with students and be less reliant on getting student on to Desktops.
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Avery Essex Sep 10
Hi my name is Avery. The Giving Tree is one of my favorite books!
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Tim Evans 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇪🇸🇭🇰 Sep 13
Did you know you can use the Search Bar on your iPhone/iPad to make a super quick calculation? ➕➖✖️➗✅
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Olivia Roudi Sep 10
Replying to @AndyLeiser
I just downloaded all of those books! I am so excited to read and learn more about them.
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Karen Irwin 9h
Had a lovely day today speaking about our curriculum and the effective use of technology in the primary classroom to a group of visiting professors & teachers from Japan. My favourite question - ‘what do you imagine the future of teaching with tech will look like?’
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Jessica Herring Watson Sep 10
A6: Currently working on a student-authored multitouch book on Contemporary Issues in Education with Intro to Ed Ss --It will include writing, visuals, videos, and podcasts on current ed issues, all created by students! Look for it in December!
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