Tablets are Everywhere – How Will You Use Them in Your Classroom?

With the cheaper iPad Mini and a wide variety of Android tablets now available, as well as newer budget-friendly tablets coming onto the market, more classrooms have access to some kind of tablet.

Is your school using tablets? If so, do you feel lost when it comes to finding apps that will integrate with evidence-based practices? We’ve put together a few resources and ideas to help you get started with great apps for education, but feel free to share your suggestions in the comments!

Finding Apps:

Helpful Resources:

Acknowledgment: Special thanks to Rebecca Flynn for helping to prepare this blog post.


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