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The Periodic Table of iPad Apps

The Periodic Table of iPad Apps

May 11, 2015

Although an app’s value mainly depends on the way a teacher integrates it, iPad apps are always categorized and bundled in different ways, for example: (click on a picture to enlarge it)


Apps Classified According to SAMR’s model. Source: here

iPadagogy Wheel Classified According to Bloom's Taxonomy

iPadagogy Wheel Classified According to Bloom’s Taxonomy. Learn more: Here




Well, now there is a new periodic table for iPad apps. It is one of the most recent and interesting attempts to present the most commonly used apps in classrooms.


This one is an adaptation of an older version, with different categories. Do you think the categories are suitable? Enough?

My classes wouldn’t survive without iTunes U, Book Widgets (not on the list), Adobe Voice, or Keynote/Nearpod. What about you? What are your favorite apps? Do you have any other apps that you find useful?

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May 11, 2015
iPads, Software & Apps

Sebah Al-Ali

An ESL lecturer whose experience in programming and web development has made her passionate about integrating technology in her classes. She’s mainly interested in how technology can be efficiently utilized to facilitate active learning, develop interactive curriculum, and train teachers.

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