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[Cross posted at http://www.iear.org/]

I Education Apps Review (IEAR) is looking for dedicated educational bloggers to contribute monthly reviews of current educational apps available in the iTunes store. Additionally, IEAR is interested in having blog posts regarding classroom uses of iPhones, Touches, or iPads contributed regularly.

If you are a passionate classroom teacher or administrator who would like to share your thoughts, ideas and insights into how iPhone/ iPod Touch / iPad applications can be used in the classroom setting, join our online community (http://ieducationappsreview.ning.com/) and begin to share what you are doing (or want to do) in your classroom with iPhone, Touch, and iPad apps!

If you are interested in signing up to become an IEAR blogger/reviewer, look over the complete details below.

Link to Submit Application to be a Reviewer: http://tinyurl.com/IEAR-AppReviewer

Commitment: One blog post per month (App Review or Instructional Practices)

  • Contribute to an educational community dedicated to making a difference!
  • Support your fellow educators in their efforts to infuse mobile technology in the classroom.
  • Develop rapport with application developers and designers in an effort to improve educational apps.
  • Opportunity for Redeem Codes and Free Apps!

Cost: Only your time and expertise.

Payment: Free – Volunteer Work – A sense of accomplishment and feeling that you are making a difference.

Copyright: Your reviews are your property but they are published on the IEAR site under an open Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 license. We highly encourage you to cross post your review to your own blog as well.  As an official reviewer, you can use the IEAR logos, name, and information created in any of your own personal work.  This is a community and not an individual effort.

Disclaimer:  I Education Apps Review’s goal and or focus is to take a look at practical, useful, and educationally sound ways to use the IPhone or ITouch in the classroom. The IPhone, ITouch and other similar devices are amazing pieces of technology. We believe that these devices have a place in today’s classroom as long as they are utilized properly.

We do not intend to bash application developers or their applications with our reviews. We intend to take a closer look at these educationally marketed applications in the education category or the educational / game category in the iTunes Store to make a determination as to the value of their impact in education. We would also like to expand a little beyond this category and talk about applications not marketed as educational to see if they can make an impact in the classroom.

Readers and viewers are reminded that the opinions expressed by us at I Education Apps Review or IEAR.org, and the results published in connection with reviews carried out on these educational apps are confined to, and representative of, our opinions solely. We fully accept that others may completely disagree with our recommendations and grades. As always, more than one opinion is important.

Furthermore, our opinions at IEAR.org are ours alone and they do not represent our employers in any fashion. However, no warranty is made as to disclaimer the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site IEAR.org accepts no responsibility or liability for any inaccuracy or errors and omissions, or for any damage or injury to persons or property arising out of the accessing or use of any information posted on our website.

If we make a mistake or have any inaccuracies, we promise to diligently fix them, but please note that we have only positive intentions with our reviews!