Guide to Using Free Apps to Support Higher Order Thinking Skills

Tony Vincent, Learning in Hand, Feb 24, 2012
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Well I'm going to pass this along anyways, despite having utterly failed to be able to read it. It's an eBook on supporting higher order thinking skills, and it's abvailable through iTunes. Maybe you'll have more luck - but I doubt it, unless you're using that magical combination of an iTunes account on your computer plus an iPad or iPod, or are using some additional eBook reader like Calibre. Which, frankly, makes no sense at all to me - why can't I read my downloaded book in (expletive deleted) iTunes? Now I don't know what sort of higher order skills Flashcardlet will develop, and frankly, by now, I don't care. I don't see why the World Wide Web, which works perfectly well, can't be used for these new-fangled applications like 'books'.
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