I'm a big fan of the use of puzzle apps in the classroom. I think that they can be great for stimulating higher level thinking skills and for encouraging creative thinking. I have a lot that I use on my iPod Touches at school.
One of the latest ones that I have used is SwipeTapTap. It is great for concentration and memory skills. It encourages fast thinking and attention to detail - all good classroom skills!
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Added by Jonathan Wylie on May 26, 2011 at 6:59pm — No Comments
There is a new post on my other blog that you will find of interest. Our pilot teachers have developed their own mobile websites on Wirenode that their kids use throughout the day and also access from home. Check them out at :
Added by Harry Walker on May 4, 2011 at 5:17am — No Comments
I am the principal of a school in Baltimore County that is piloting the use of IPods in our fourth and fifth grade classrooms. We have some cool things going on. Check out my blog for details....
We are looking for folks to share our learning and to collaborate.
So pay day is here and my b-day is around the corner. I told my family that I would be happy to buy my own present this year (I've been asking for an iPod for two years to no avail). So, I'm finally getting an iPod. And, no, not my daughter's hand-me-down 30G classic that she wants to "sell" to me so she can get herself a new one. LOL!