29 Responses

  1. Heidi
    Heidi May 24, 2014 at 7:34 pm | | Reply


    Love this and have used it in our teaching and learning magazine for staff – I have given you credit and links to your Twitter account.

    Thanks for sharing

  2. Gideon Williams
    Gideon Williams May 31, 2014 at 3:22 pm | | Reply

    Super list and a few to explore…!

    If you have not done so, do try GetKahoot as a great quiz starter. Although not strictly an App, you can select “Add to home screen” which saves it as an icon on the desktop

  3. Chris
    Chris May 31, 2014 at 11:47 pm | | Reply

    This list is fantastic and I have shared the link with my colleagues.

    Would you be able to give some examples of how you use these apps in a transfomative way and how they have transformed your teaching?

    It would be awesome to see some example of how you and your students are using particular apps in the classroom.

    Thanks for sharing this.

  4. Santi (EDpuzzle)
    Santi (EDpuzzle) June 18, 2014 at 10:54 am | | Reply

    Great list! Hopefully one day we will deserve having EDpuzzle on that list as well :). We will keep working hard.

    1. Becky
      Becky April 28, 2016 at 12:31 am | | Reply

      Love Edpuzzle! The name is deceiving though. I love how I control what my students see and how/when they interact with the content.

  5. Liron Ross
    Liron Ross July 7, 2014 at 2:47 pm | | Reply

    Hi thank you for this list it is really great.

    we are commencing our 1:1 iPad learning programme at Yeshiva college schools in Johannesburg South Africa in September. Like Chris I would love to get ideas on how you actually use these apps in the classroom as that is what our teachers want to know. We have laptops, we have iPads and now the learners have their own iPads so how do we actually use these apps to allow for the SAMR model in teaching and learning.

    Looking forward to creating, innovating and exploring

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