English Language Arts Websites DON’T Work on iPad!

This video gives just a few examples of why iPads are not sufficient for education. In this video, I sample just a small number of useful (and often free) websites that CANNOT be used by iPads because a great many of these educational websites require web plug-ins like Flash, Shockwave, Java, or Unity. Android tablets CAN access websites that run Flash, and ALL of these websites can be accessed on desktop or laptop (or netbook/ultrabook) computers running Windows or Mac OS.

Websites introduced in this video are English-learning and content/story-creation tools including:

Read-Write-Think: www.readwritethink.org
Scholastic: www.scholastic.com
PBS Kids: www.pbskids.org
Sesame Street: www.pbskids.org/sesame/
Clifford the Big Red Dog: www.pbskids.org/clifford/
Word World: www.pbskids.org/wordworld/
WordGirl: www.pbskids.org/wordgirl/
Starfall: www.starfall.com
My eBook: www.myebook.com
Story Jumper: www.storyjumper.com
Pixton: www.pixton.com
ToonDoo: www.toondoo.com
Stage’D: stagedproject.com
E2BN Myths & Legends: myths.e2bn.org
Go Animate: www.goanimate.com
Study Island: www.studyisland.com
Education City: us.educationcity.com

Additional free online resources used for charts, graphs, and mindmaps in eBook:

ScribbleMaps: scribblemaps.com
Text2MindMap: www.text2mindmap.com
Chartle: www.chartle.net

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