I am not sure if this has ever been posted on the site, but last year I contacted all the teachers in my school and asked them to supply me with a list of apps they have on their iPads or have used in the classroom. I received dozens of replies listing hundreds of apps. I then went through the responses and put together a massive 29 page list of all the apps organized by grade level and subject level. I even typed up little descriptions of the apps to go along with them.
This document is incredibly useful as a starting point for schools planning on giving iPads to their teachers or their students. One of the biggest hurdles for inexperienced teachers is feeling overwhelmed with the devices and trying to find useful apps for their classroom. This list can help your hesitant teachers find some starter apps that they can experiment with. This will give them the confidence to hunt down more apps that they can use.
Some disclaimers: the list is from 2013, so it is already outdated, but most of the information is still relevant. Furthermore, not all the apps listed are great apps. Some of them won’t be useful to your teachers or your students. The point of this document is not to give you the best apps in the world, but to give you a bunch of starter ideas to share with your teachers.
Anyway, you can find the massive iPad app list right HERE. Feel free to share with your teachers or other schools, and feel free to leave feedback in the comments.