24 iPad Apps to Support Bloom’s Taxonomy

Via Libby via Fluency21.com (Thanks Libby!)

I know, I know. Another list. But this one gives you a finite amount of apps that can be used  across the curriculum:

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Diigo was presented at a recent conference and I am in the middle of installing it on my iPad. So far, I am intrigued with the possibility of having not only a place to bookmark websites and access them across platforms but also being able to add notes and images. A tool like this could make project work way more efficient between students.

For some reason, I have a blockage with Evernote. It is possible that I haven’t given it enough time, but it has never been intuitive for me, though many people I know and respect use it religiously. So it sounds like I have some work to do here- check out Evernote again, figure out Diigo. I am also curious about Side by side- which sounds like it would allow you to have a text and a note taking app open at the same time. How awesome is that? The promise of it seems large- we will see if the reality lives up to the dream…

Check it out and help me explore these apps!

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3 thoughts on “24 iPad Apps to Support Bloom’s Taxonomy

  1. Pingback: rAPPido Review: Side by Side | ipadyoupad

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