Tamara Cox writes: "If you are looking for a way to expose teachers to lots of apps, this is a fun activity. I took our districts list of core apps (and several extras) and printed a sign with the app icon, brief description and a QR code that links to examples of the app being used in the classroom."
"Hopefully this Interesting Ways resource for QR (Quick Response) Codes will spark some ways you can use them to support learning. As with all the resources please share with your colleagues and consider adding your own ideas to continue to develop them"
Our friend Adam Bellow has 'em! I really just don't know if they would be more than a very expensive toy for me!
Of course, in the I avoided telephony for YEARS! I had a Trac phone and then a Virgin pay as you go phone forever! Though I had one of the first mobile phones (1991 installed in car w/ cord & pigtail antenna) I actively RESISTED getting a smart phone (stubbornly!)
Maybe I'll share someday why...anyway...I really don't think I would use them other than to give my kiddos something to play with! This from a girl who has 2 iPads & a Kindle!
Screenr | Instant screencasts: Just click record. Screenr’s web-based screen recorder makes it a breeze to create and share your screencasts around the web. Just click the record button, capture your screen & voice, and share the link. Some people even call it fun!
Easily make screencasts and share them - super cool!
Your devices need power and your life needs excitement. So how about a little Flux Capacitor for your car? Plug it into your car's power port and it'll not only charge your electronics, but also your life as the little lights pulse like in the movies.
Must to have! Oh Pooh! I just checked my Prius & it doesn't HAVE a cigarette lighter! DOH!
I always loved Egypt as a kid - I think was the mystery, magic and the element of the unknown that create the romantic idea. That and Carter's discovery of Tutankhamen's tomb and the subsequent series of fatal events that surrounded the discover.
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