Let’s talk math apps! For all learners, including students who struggle and need extra support through engaging apps! iOS (iPad, iPad mini, iPhone, iPod touch) apps will be demonstrated to support foundational math skills, as well as more complex math skills such as Algebra, Geometry, Word Problems, Fractions, Math drills, automaticity, and more! Foundational math apps include counting, adding & subtraction, multiplication & division, sorting, patterns, colors, matching, telling time, following directions & counting money.
You don't have to download an office suite to build great-looking presentations for work, a talk, or school. There are plenty of online options that work well from any computer with a web browser, whether it's your desktop, a PC at work, or a laptop on the go. This week we're looking at five of the best.
Check out our sessions that we are presenting and co-presenting including "Chrome as AT, Chrome apps & extensions for education-Going Google!" "Successful transition to college, AT options, awareness & advocacy," and "iPad Apps to Support Literacy & Math: Pre-K through Post-Secondary; Application & Implementation." There will be 3 raffle giveaways at the iPad session!!! See you there! Further descriptions and presenter info here:http://s3.goeshow.com/atia/orlando/2015/session_directory.cfm
Have you ever wondered how Google crawls and indexes web pages? If you haven’t, you should. Why? Because it affects how well your site ranks on Google. In order to help you understand Google and improve your rankings, I've created the following infographic. It not only breaks down the way Google indexes your website, but it also covers the 7 most common reasons why your website isn't ranking well.
The era of ‘sage on the stage’ is dwindling in education. Teachers are no longer required to stand up and start talking in front of a group of students until the bell rings. That still happens, of course, but it’s no longer viewed as the most effective method of truly connecting with students. One of …
Coder is an experiment for Raspberry Pi, built by a small team of Googlers in New York. It converts a Raspberry Pi into a friendly environment for learning web programming. It is ideal for beginners and requires absolutely no experience with coding.
I am 24 years old and just started learning coding. I want to be a programmer. Am I too late in the game? One of the upvoted answers to this on Quora.com came from graphic artist Michel Poisson. I'm 63, and eight months ago I decided to teach myself Blender 3D. It's open source, written…
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