For this week's Top Picks List Friday, we're featuring painting and drawing apps. More and more artists, from amateurs to pros, are recognizing the value in using tablets and phones to sketch, draw, and paint. These art apps -- our current favorites -- give students the freedom of gesture and...
An audio recording doesn't have to go through the full-fledged production process of creating an a podcast in order for it to be a valuable activity for students. Creating short, unedited audio recordings is a good way for students to record and share their reflections on things that they have learned and observed in your classroom. The following five tools can all be used for creating and sharing short audio recordings.
It’s Tuesday, so you know what that means… It’s time to “Tech It Up” with another cool tool that can be utilized in the educational setting.
So, let’s get right to it. This week’s shout out goes to Photos for Class, a site that’s ideal for safely searching for images that can be incorporated into classroom lessons, activities and projects.
Besides providing G-rated images via Flickr and proprietary filters, downloaded images also include citations that are automatically generated by the web tool. Attribution includes name of the author and photo, a link to the original photo and the name and type of license as well as a link to the licensing terms. How cool is that? No more worrying about the copyright police banging on your door. Photos for Class has got you covered!
The end of Season 7 seemed like a good time to give up on the revived Doctor Who. Showrunner Steven Moffat appeared to have disappeared deep up his own TARDIS, endlessly repeating the same timey-wi...
I'm one of the fans who found this season formulaic & dreary.
I wanted adventure - I got angst.
I LOVE Peter Capaldi as a person, he's delightful on the Graham Norton show, he's a TRUE Dr. Who fan outside of his celebrity (he wrote to them as a kid, then as a grownup) but as the Doctor he was querulous and sad.
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