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How one teacher uses the sandbox game Minecraft to engage his students.
I'm excited about the potential of this furture service that will empower students to become curators for their own research and school projects. This site isn't ready for users yet, but one can sign up to be notified when it is. Hopefully, it'll be up working before students return. Check it out.
Robin Good: EduClipper is a new educational curation platform allowing both teachers and students to clip just about any type of content from the web and to organize it into topic-specific clipboards.
Clipboards can be made "private" or public depending on your needs and both their individual content items as well as any full clipboard can be easily shared on all major social networks.
Find out more: http://educlipper.net/ ;
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Using QR Codes is an outstanding method of getting students involved. Here is a pretty cool list YOU can incorporate, even if you only have one tablet/smartphone in your class.
From stunning architecture to pixel art to complex contraptions, these massive 'Minecraft' projects will astound you.
This device will allow those using iOS devices on your network to print to networked printers. Although, the Mac app, Printopia is also an option.
Evernote has some great products...
One of the ways that working in education is different from almost any other industries is the annual summer break. The summer break let’s schools and districts tackle large projects in ways that simply aren’t possible in other fields. Deploying a brand-new network, building an expansion, and taking part in professional development programs are just a few examples.