Time for an Appy Hour of grand proportions. Came across this site last night via Twitter and had to share it. It is a beautifully crafted site created by ADE educators. Apps are sorted by preschool (e.g. animals, drawing, math, etc…), themes (e.g. math, language arts, social studies, reference, tools, etc…), multiple intelligences, and bloom’s taxonomy. I quickly added it to my Scoop.it “iPad Recommended Educational App Lists” page (seen below) and plan to spend some quality time with their section on bloom’s taxonomy for our HOT Apps 4 HOTS workshop being presented at TCEA 2012. Thanks for the iNSPIRATION!
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