What is a Book App and Could YOU Create One? How 27 Writers Did! is the new eBook that’s right for any writer or illustrator who is wondering if their book could be a book app, and it’s FREE to download from April 9th – April 13th.
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, Ark., Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – A retired teacher has created Apps With Curriculum (www.appswithcurriculum.com), an educational technology service to develop Common Core-aligned lesson plans for book app developers.
Apps With Curriculum is about curriculum, not just lesson plans. Curriculum embodies the subjects and planned learnings for an app; it is a summary of lessons. A lesson plan is just a detailed description of instruction for one class.
That is the difference. Apps With Curriculum is empowering educators with a course of study for each app that is cross curricular in subject areas and involves technology. For the public educators who need it, it also provides alignment to Common Core Standardsas well as Bloom’s Taxonomy.
21st Century Learning Skills focus on collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity. Project-Based Learning is the curriculum that best meets this requirement and empowers students ...
The iMums are very pleased announce the sixth in our series of iPad Mini giveaways, this is sponsored by Treasure Kai, Brush of Truth by Story Bayou, Smarty Britches: Nouns, and Melissa Northway of Polka Dot Publishing and Dandelion Moms.
As educators, we often forget we are role models - not just to the PERFECT students, but also to the not so perfect students.
Read my blog: Educational Role Models
Many years ago, I learned what to do when I had a student that I dreaded to see coming to class each day; I visited the school counselor. This was where I received my best education; this was also where my heart was broken.
The Middle School Confidential series are the perfect book apps for students and education. Absolutely perfect! Great article about how a teacher uses them in the classroom. Great job, Annie and David Fox.
I love hearing about where ideas come from. And apparently I’m not the only one, because our chat on inspiration was well attended and lively. Walking the dog, enjoying a long drive or even taking a shower can bring on quality ideas ...
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