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While there has been a bit of question as to the effectiveness of SAMR, a shift to move beyond SAMR, and a few proposed changes to the structure of the model floating around online, Lisa Johnson has to say that after hearing Dr. Ruben Puentedura (you may know him as the father of SAMR) speak at iPad Summit a few weeks ago still felt like a rare app-ortunity and a truly inspiring treat. She shares some really great resources from the Dr. SAMR.
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“ Welcome to Jon Samuelson’s SymbalooEDU PD PRO page! Jon Samuelson Jon is co-Host of the the Techandia Podcast and The TechEducator Podcast on TeacherCast, he has been in education since 1993. Jon has presented and keynoted at conferences around the United States, sharing his love of mobile learning and educational technology. Jon constantly strives to [...]”
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For this week's Top Picks List Friday, we are featuring free apps for learning. Getting new tablets is a big expense in and of itself. Pairing these expensive devices with free apps is a great way to keep costs down. You'll find an array of free and "free to try" apps that...
Teaching with technology: Conference focus on 21st century method La Crosse Tribune Responding to requests from area educators, organizers decided to change the form of this year's conference to focus completely on technology training.
"Blooms Taxonomy is one of our topical themes in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. Over the last couple of years, we have been posting dozens of articles on how teachers can can apply the HOTS ( Higher Order Thinking Skills ) in their teaching. You can check the resources below to learn more."
Students at Abby Kelley Foster Charter School were recently asked to film video testimonials for the Worcester, Massachusetts, school. However, unbeknown to the students, their teachers were actually planning an elaborate prank.
“Augmented Reality (AR) allows teachers and students to extend the physical world with a virtual overlay. Whether you have iPad, Android, or a smartphone, scanning a trigger in the physical world with an AR app allows a new layer of information to appear. This information could be a link to a web site, a video, …”
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"Make Beliefs Comix is one of my favourite web tool for creating comics to use for educational purposes. I have also featured it in my recent post on the best web tools for creating educational comic strips. What I like the most about this web tool is that it does not require any sign up or registration so you don't have to worry about your students sharing or using their emails. Now with the free Make Beliefs Comix iPad app, students can easily make comics on the go and share them via email or store them in the camera roll."
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On Friday, Apple quietly released iOS 7.0.6, explaining in a brief release note that it fixed a bug in which "an attacker with a privileged network position may capture or modify data in sessions protected by SSL/TLS." That's the understated version. Another way to put it? Update your iPhone right now.
"If you are a teacher in k-8 and are looking for new ideas to invigorate your curriculum using technology then the chart below will definitely work for you. This is a wonderful work realized by Philly Teacher from mbteach in which he mapped out some skills and concepts across different grade levels."
As a freelancer, I live and die by Evernote. The trusted app helps keep my various projects organized, whether for work or play. An awesome development that I have discovered recently are the various services connected to ...