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Back-to-school shopping season may still be months away, but instructional technology specialist Andrew Marcinek suggests that many traditional items can be replaced by purchasing an iPad for students. Initial cost will of course be much higher than purchasing materials but if you factor in the cost of materials over several years of school this will likely be the better alternative. He suggests that note-taking be done on the Notability application, and that students use Haiku Deck to help build presentations. Other recommended applications include Edmodo, ShowMe and Google Drive, which helps students archive their work. You can view the full article here.
Are there any other useful educational apps that you can recommend?
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