Then one day I read this blog post and my search for a digital iPad Pensive solution began.
|Pensive from Daily Cafe|
There are other options. Good Reader for example allows you to mark-up and type on any PDF so some teachers like to use the PDF files from the sisters site and enter their data this way.
The app store is full of note taking apps that could be adapted for teacher use as well. You will need to try them out to see what works best for you.
So what did I learn at school today? The good news is that there are many ways to keep a digital pensive and being environmentally friendly has never been so freeing! No binders, no pens, no mess! I use Confer in reading and writing but it can easily be adapted to any subject - next year I may try it for MATH!
How about you? Have you found the ultimate iPad digital pensive? How do you record your student conference data?