Posts Tagged ‘iphone’

Mathtrain.TV, Ep.110, Reflection App for iPad

Saturday, April 21st, 2012

A quick look at how to start using the Reflection App on your Mac so you can share your iPad/iPhone screen.

The cool thing is you can move around the classroom with this app on and iPad or iPhone camera on and have a “portable, wireless document camera”!

If you want to show it on a projector, just remember that you need to have an adapter to go from your Mac to your projector (which is most likely a VGA connection).

Download the Reflection App.

Part of the student-created Mathtrain.TV project.
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I’m testing Jott from…

Saturday, August 22nd, 2009

I’m testing Jott from my iPhone. It’s been year or so but I am back trying it again.

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Snaptell App

Friday, August 21st, 2009

I really like this app, Snaptell on my iPhone (it also works on Android).

It recognized my school math textbook and showed me prices to buy it.  I also enabled it to send me a copy to my e-mail.

The app recognizes “books, DVDs, CDs, and video games sold in the US”.   They state they will cover international products at some point too.


Free iPhone App

It’s free.

Mathtrain.TV: Episode 51.5 (iPhone/iPod Version)

Thursday, April 16th, 2009

What is a URL?  (The iPhone/iPod Version)

I composed the music from putting together numerous generic loops in Garageband.

I need to take a survey soon and find which file type is preferred by you.  Here is one specifically for the iPhone and iPod.  Let me know if this version is better, or not necessary since the other mp4 files can easily be converted in iTunes.  Thanks.
Source: Lemay, Laura (1998). SAMS teach yourself Web Publishing with HTML 4 in 21 days. Indianapolis, IN: Sams Publishing.  By the way, a great resource on Web Literacy can be found in Alan November’s book, “Web Literacy for Educators”:   November, A., (2008). Web Literacy for Educators. Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press.  Or check out