June 19, 2016
This is a quick post to share with you this interesting find from ICTEvangelist. Mark Anderson has recently published the second version of his popular periodic table of iPad apps. The table contains a wide variety of educational apps organized into four main categories: creativity, teaching, demonstrating, collaboration, learning, numeracy, workflow, and literacy. This table is also available for free download in a higher resolution format from this page. You may want to keep this resource handy so you can keep coming back for apps to use with your students in class. However, before you use this periodic table, please make sure you read Mark’s disclaimer:
The last periodic table was taken by a number of schools and rebranded, removing my name and having their name put on by them in replacement. Please note that this is unacceptable. If you are interested in having a copy of the table rebranded for your school, please get in touch. There is a link to a higher resolution version of the table below. Please respect the license on this image.
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