My Ed Apps

Apr 26, 2010

Looking for apps that change the way we work and learn in today’s K-12 education environment

Memeo Connect Reader

Great for accessing your Google Docs, although you can’t edit them yet.



Great for accessing your wordpress blog, although Safari does a great job of rendering the WP site itself.



Great for accessing your synced folders and files you store in the cloud.


Quick Graph: Your Scientific Graphing Calculator

Easy to use graphing calculator. Provides 2D and 3D rendering support.


Desktop Connect

Providing your network lets you, this app is great as a VNC login to your desktop or laptop remotely.


BrainPOP Featured Movie

BrainPop has great online learning resources for kids. This app allows you to view the free featured movie of the week. I can see how this will push toward total access of BrainPop in the future.


Toy Story 2 Read-Along

Amazing potential for interactive reading, voice overs, and varied levels of learning. Disney has a tremendous wealth of resources it could pour into this format.



A new way to look at, compose, and export music tracks


Skype for iPhone

It’s Skype, albeit without video, but the ability to connect is a good start. Would like to see a native iPad app over the pixelated iPhone app


WeatherBug – Free Local Weather Forecast, Radar Map & Severe Storm Alerts

Great for visualizing the weather and viewing real time data from web cams and remote meteorological instruments.

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