It’s always great  to get recommendations of mobile apps for use in an educational setting. Thanks to Mary Foskin (@m2thefizzle on Twitter) for making me aware of this great document with a wide-ranging list of apps sorted into different curricular areas. The list is intended for special education, however many of the apps are very suitable for use in the mainstream class (hence the brackets in the title of the document). The list has been compiled by Eric Sailers, a Speech-Language pathologist. The list also include links to the apps in the App Store which is very convenient. This is a very comprehensive list (20 pages long) which will take you a while to work your way through. However, it’s an invaluable resource for teachers in special education, teachers in mainstream, teachers embarking on the integration of mobile technology in the classroom and parents wishing to access apps that have educational value.

iPhone, iPad and iPod touch Apps for (Special) Education