Dean’s BYOD Toolbox – iTSummit 2015
Work on Many Devices
  1. Socrative – I use for formation assessment
  2. Kahoot – I use for formative assessment
  3. Plickers – I use for formative assessment
  4. Remind – I use to communicate with parents and students.
  5. Class Dojo – I use to monitor behavior and communicate with parents and students.
  6. Explain Everything – I have used to create flipped class vids and students have used as well.
  7. Haiku Deck – Used to create presentations
  8. Glogster – Used to create interactive posters
  9. Prezi – Used to create presentations
  10. Evernote – Used to take down notes in a variety of media
  11. Google Docs – used to have students create a collaborative report
  12. Google Earth – used to have students where places are in the world and have used kmz files
  13. Skype – have used to mystery skype
  14. Wikispaces – used to house class materials (notes, assignments, videos, and more)
  15. Wix – used to create websites / eportfolios
  16. Weebly – used to create websites / eportfolios
  17. Kids Blog – used to blog
  18. Minecraft – used to teach math concepts and students have done projects such as Genius Hour
  19. QR Codes – used to create interactive lessons
  20. Blabberize – used to create fun animations to use in presentations
  21. Thinglink - make interactive images

iOS Only
  1. Comic Life – used to create comic books
  2. iMovie – used to create and edit videos
  3. Touchcast – used to create and edit videos
  4. iStop Motion – used to create and edit stop motion
  5. Chatter Pix – used to create fun animations to use in presentations
  6. My Histro – used to create timelines
  7. Timeline Eons – used at reference and to create timeines
  8. Aurasma – used to make comments through augmented reality
  9. Good Reader – a pdf annotation app
  10. Popplet – a mind map app

App Smashing Example - using more than one app to create a lesson / assignment

Bonus Apps
  1. Civilization – gamification in the classroom
  2. PhotoMath – can take pictures of math questions from text and will show steps and answer
  3. Classcraft – using game features to promote student cooperation and earn points
  4. Tiny Tap – create mini interactive apps
  5. Zip Grade – grade bubble forms through iPad