You’re at the coffee shop. You need to access a file that has information about your work, but as you attempt to find the file you realize you saved the work on your desktop computer, but only have your laptop with you.
How to stop children buying in-app purchases on iPhone and iPad The Guardian (blog) How to stop children buying in-app purchases on iPhone and iPad. An illustrated guide to ensure parents don't get landed with a surprise bill for virtual items.
Teachers really want to the ability to display their iPad or their students' iPads on a projector screen. Projecting on a large screen is great for demonstrations, simulations, explanations, and showing examples.
Using QR codes in the classroom doesn't have to be rocket science. In fact, it can be quite simple.
I don't mind that @kaybisaillon used my Creative Commons credited graphic but she also used my Back To School Night QR Code & Scavenger Hunt idea w/out crediting or mentioning me! Wop wop! OR great minds? LOL via @duncanbilingual Thanks friend!
“I know it is wet and the sun is not sunny, but we can have lots of good fun that is funny.” ― Dr. Seuss, The Cat in the Hat About 15 years ago I read a newsletter written by a librarian who...
Meet Annette a Model-tastic Mannequin for Libraries! >Creepy or COOL!? I Say Cool & Just a HOOT! I would buy her all retro vintage clothes! Pucci and Lilly Pulitzer! But she’s great for displays and yes… a little creepy! As in…you wonder at night if she straightens out her arms and wanders around finally resting in a chair, reading the books! LOVE!
I make QR codes using free QR code generators like QRStuff.com and distribute them to my students as a scavenger hunt. I’ll have questions ready for each website so students are focused as they conduct Internet research. You can post these QR codes around the classroom, create QR stations, or simply give them to your students with their scavenger hunt activity sheet.