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Middle School Confidential 3: What’s Up with My Family?

  Middle School Confidential 3: What’s Up with My Family?, by Electric Eggplant, written by the award winning tween/teen author Annie Fox, is a perfect addition to the previous two Middle School Confidential graphic novel apps.  All of the same characters return, and the story lines evolve around family dynamics and the differing difficulties they are…
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Middle School Confidential 1: Be Confident in Who You Are

Middle School Confidential 1: Be Confident in Who You Are, by Electric Eggplant, is a terrific app geared toward the pre and early teen population. We almost missed the boat on this one, but recently a friend of Jayne's daughter was checking out the many apps on her iPad and she flipped over this comic…
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Middle School Confidential 2: Real Friends vs. the Other Kind

Middle School Confidential 2: Real Friends vs. the Other Kind, by Electric Eggplant, is a powerful tool to help tweens with the onslaught of issues they deal with on an everyday basis. Annie Fox is not new to this topic and its paramount importance. What behaviors children learn during adolescence are vital to the adult…
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21+ Favorite Middle School Apps – Updated 2016

Originally when I created this list of Middle School apps I was teaching fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth-grade Resource Room in a small public school. This is the NEW REVIEW of 22 Plus - Favorite Middle School Apps - Updated 2016 Here is how the story began: We were a well-endowed district with all students grades…
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APPS – Back to School Basics for Middle & High School

The following is a roundup of Apps that are perfect for back to school and are geared toward Middle - High school students. We did include a few must have paid apps at the end. Many we have reviewed in the past and they remain on the top of our list here at Teachers With…
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TeachersWithApps – 19 Favorite Middle School Apps

I teach fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth-grade Resource Room in a small public school. We are well endowed and all students grades 6 – 8 have their own iPads. I wanted to share some of the apps we use regularly in school. Please keep in mind, this is not a complete list, just what seems…
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