Cross Curricular Apps
Made by the people that created Evernote, Skitch is a simple annotation app with predefined arrows and text-boxes. It's a very simple way for students to share or explain their ideas. Download here.
Google URL Shortener
Not an app, but a great website to 'shorten' a website's Internet address. For example, you type in http://www.nerdyphyseder.com/1/post/2013/05/apps-apps-and-more-apps.html and it shortens the URL to http://goo.gl/aAB1H Simple as! Goto the website here.
You ever wanted to ‘beam’ what’s on your iPad to your student’s mobile devices? This app does the job, plus you can include interactive multimedia such as quizzes & get instant feedback, or have student draw something and have all the images sent straight back to you! Download here.
Four Corners 50 Years
ABC's Four Corners program just released a new app called "Four Corners 50 Years" for the iPad. It has a huge collection of stories (over 70) and videos which have featured from the program in the past, categorised by the decades. It includes everything from cricket match fixing, to the code of silence by footballers, to the Nazi party in Australia. Definitely worth downloading and checking out, even if you don't use it in class! Download here.
A simple way to for you or your students to create a screencast on an iPad. It's a powerful app to get yourself started on Flipping the classroom. You can quickly import pictures or videos and narrate or annotate your lesson. Download here.
So you’ve got yourself a stylus but don’t know what app to use it with? I have tried numerous apps and NoteShelf seems to be one of the better ones if the ease of use or how responsive the pen can be are features you want. You can also type in notes and annotate them, a big advantage over Penultimate. Download here.