The full-featured counterpart to Microsoft OneNote that complements the use of that app and lets users open their notebooks anywhere and sync them via DropBox. $3
Apps that fit into this “understanding” stage provide opportunities for students to explain ideas or concepts.
10. Essay Starter
This split screen app shows references alongside the blank essay area, so students can pull up whatever they’re working on while writing. $1
11. Screen Chomp
Create screencast-like videos by recording touch actions, adding photos, and audio and doodling, and then share those videos out to others on a variety of platforms. Free
Combining screencasting, desktop control, and an interactive whiteboard in one app. Control your presentations live with Airplay or through a computer.
An app for vector and technical drawings, designs, and illustrations that can be made on the move using just your fingers. $8
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