“ These days, students can walk into a classroom and use their tablet or smartphone as the AR device to trigger to original content made on movie-making software and posted to YouTube, leading to an immediate and immersive learning experience.”
If you love to play with images like me and you can not buy photoshop or something like that image editing tool, you can try online photo editing tools.. I tried many of these tools and i really got good results. I sometimes use for crop a picture, sometimes add a arrow to picture, sometimes for re-size and manipulation on picture.
A new infographic, released by DreamBox Learning, “Blended Learning: 10 Trends,” gives a snapshot on how right now, making student learning is more personalized, more engaging, and more collaborative is what’s driving innovation.
Wherever you look in education, there is talk about iPads, iPhones, and other Apple devices. Apple TVs and the iPod Touch are popping up in classrooms all around the globe. But what about all those people using the iMac or MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and other Macs? Where’s the love? We got the love for …
Creating Collaborative Learning Experiences with VoiceThread Discover the multiple uses of VoiceThread in flipped and traditional classrooms, and explore how this versatile tool can increase motivation and assess learning.
"Teachers interested in trying the flipped classroom model often ask me for recommendations for video creation tools. They also often ask me for ideas on sharing videos without using YouTube. One answer to both of these questions is to useeduClipper.
On the free eduClipper iPad app you can create instructional videos on a whiteboard in the Khan Academy style. You can also use the app to create a video in which you annotate an image or document while talking about it. After creating your video you can save it to an eduClipper board that you have shared with your students through the eduClipper classroom setting. Your students can view the videos on their iPads or in the web browsers on their laptops."
The best part about ThingLink is you can jam pack everything onto one page and one image. By tagging your image with content from all over the internet - YouTube, Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, or linking to a PDF to further explain something…you get the idea.