Tracey McCully, one of our authors, just wrote a great article on using Mobile Technology as a Strategy for RtI. In addition, she developed an evaluation rubric to assist in selecting mobile apps.


The article can be viewed at

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Thanks for sharing this!  My district has been using iPods and iPads in the classroom for about a year now and as an ITRT (Instructional Technology Resource Teacher) I am constantly evaluating apps and podcasts for classroom use.  Our district also promotes a "Featured App/Podcast" to the community via Edline bi-weekly.  The featured app/podcast is free and is meant to help students improve their study skills in the related content area.  As the head of this project, I communicate with my boss as to what app/podcast should be featured and he makes the final decision.  I have a running list of suggestions from my colleagues and I use this as part of the evaluation process.  The rubric included in this article will definitely be useful to me and my colleagues as we continue searching for classroom-worthy apps!  



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