“ Regardless of how much money a person has, it can be difficult for them to manage it properly. It can be even more challenging for parents to teach their children to be balanced with how they view and use money. This is necessary for them to learn, though, so they can grow up to be …”
The New York Times has teamed up with IBM to launch T Brand Studio AR, the newspaper's first augmented reality app. The app's first project is "Outthink Hidden," based on this month's film Hidden Figures.
" Over the last couple of years, we have reviewed a number of educational apps specifically designed for science teachers which you can access all from this section. Today, we are adding another collection of iPad apps teachers can use with their students to help them learn more about the human body. Through simulations, interactive labs, and quizzes, students will get to explore the workings of the human body and understand its structure using an inquiry-based learning approach."
Coding education in schools can no longer be considered a unique competitive advantage, but as the minimum standard
Darlene Clapham K12's insight:
Coding is a valuable skill to have now and beyond. Knowledge and skill building in all areas of technology (including coding) is one skill that you can bank on. In other words, investing in skills that enhance or deepen technology knowledge such as coding is in high demand and will harvest a return on that investment.
Perhaps, however, Music teachers have an advantage. While other subject teachers are more accustomed to books, videos and websites as resources, Music teachers are accustomed to using a much wider gamut of tools - instruments. If we can encourage Music teachers to view the iPad as another instrument and a vehicle by which children can make genuinely music progress, then we are well on the way to making the most of this 21st century resource.
So, how can music teachers deliver real learning with the Apple iPad?
Technology has radically transformed and revolutionized education. From education 1.0 where technology was hardly used to education 3.0 where digitally reigns, learners are becoming more dependent on web technologies to help them with their learning. Of course there are always side effects to any new innovation but when it comes to education the advantages of embracing technology way outnumber its inconveniences. The infographic below from the folks in Pumpic provides some key insights regarding the use of technology especially the mobile one in kids learning. It also suggests some interesting ways to use smartphones and tablets to boost kids’ education and features a number of apps to use in this regard.
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