Friday, January 25, 2013

Site to Evaluate Mobile Apps for Education

Common Sense Media has an excellent website that educators can use to find apps for teaching and learning in their curricular area.  The website also allows you to look at ratings and reviews of websites and games for children too.  This is incredibly helpful for teachers who are using or considering using iPods, iPads, Kindle, Nook or other mobile devices in their classrooms.    It is also an excellent web resource to share with parents who would like to use their own devices for furthering their child's learning.

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