This free tool lets teachers turn traditional paper into an online interactive guide. You don’t need an email for students to sign up. Worth a try.

SideVibe Presentation (by gscottfearnley)
The App | Outlines Outloud

This app converts study notes to speech. This might be an app that some of you are interested in trying out for your special needs students. “OutlinesOutloud takes the sting out of studying by converting your study outlines to spoken audio. Super-flexible playback controls let you vary speech rate; jump forward and backward with ease, skip rows or whole sections, loop—and more!”
Top 10 Adobe Flash Players for the new iPad 3

One of the concerns about ipads is the inability to use flash or javascript. This can be done. Here are the top 10 flash players. If you limit down to those that can do Flash AND java - the options are a bit pricey - Cloud Browse does both but only lets you have 10 minute browsing sessions. Virtual Firefox ($4.99) and Virtual Browser for Chrome (19.99) each can allow Java and Flash and also bookmark/sync services with your desktop browser (5.99 and .99 respectively.) This may be a tad expensive but show it can be done. The highest rated is virtual browser for chrome. I think the chrome browser is a tad pricey. You do have to be 17 to download these apps, I guess because you can use them to access video. 


This app from Splashtop turns an android tablet into an interactive whiteboard.Yes, it plays flash media, lets you control a PC and do more. I love Splashtop desktop and use it as my preferred way to connect to my home and school computers.

Whiteboard for Android (by SplashtopInc)