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GREAT iPad App Pinterest Collection by Katie Christo

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Tons of educational iPad apps organized by grade levels and categories.


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MrsTucceri's curator insight, September 1, 2014 8:17 AM

Helpful collection of educational apps organized by grade levels and categories

Karen E Smith's curator insight, October 25, 2014 8:57 AM

Every teacher should create a list of apps that work/don't work for their teaching purposes.

J. Mark Schwanz's curator insight, October 25, 2014 10:28 AM

I really appreciate the early childhood apps. I'm gonna recommend them to my students' parents

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A Whole Lot of #HackingPBL Goodies, Absolutely Free! - Cooper on Curriculum

A Whole Lot of #HackingPBL Goodies, Absolutely Free! - Cooper on Curriculum | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it
Let’s cut right to the chase…Whether or not you have a copy of Hacking Project Based Learning, Erin and I want it to be as easy as possible for your students to benefit from PBL. So, we are giving away a whole lot of Hacking Project Based Learning goodies, absolutely free! See below for what’s available, …

 

There really are a great many free resources available here.

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Yong Zhou's and Peter Gray's keynote addresses at the 2016 AERO Conference in Portland, Or.

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"[F]or the first time we are posting free links to last year's keynotes. Last we posted Peter Gray's presentation. Here is Peter Gray's fascinating and unique keynote. And here is Yong Zhao's insightful and hilarious keynote. Peter Gray is an evolutionary psychologist with expertise in the area of play and close connections to Sudbury Valley School. In this talk he traces education's roots further back that most people can imagine! Yong Zhao is a renowned expert on Chinese and American education. His talk was uniquely created for AERO and featured his personal "alternative" education in China. "

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The Ultimate List of Websites Every Blogger Should Bookmark

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Check out this list of the best websites bloggers should bookmark for everyday use.

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Create a Yearbook Using G Suite by @Jentechnology - Teacher Tech

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Google Yearbook, also known as Anuario Google, is my #Mex16 Innovator project. The goal of this project to lower the price of yearbooks while maintaining a high-quality product. Students are empowered to become graphic designers as they collaboratively create their yearbook. Because the project is bilingual, even more students can benefit from the project.

Make Your Own Google Yearbook

Link to Google Yearbook project

You can get started by going to my website with details about the project. Throughout the year, directions, resources, templates, and solutions will be added. Please take what you like and share the changes you make. Our students deserve high-quality low-cost yearbooks that capture their youthful memories.
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Design Challenge (for Makers and more)!

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This year I have been focusing on design challenges and design thinking with my gifted elementary students, grades 2nd through 6th. Last semester I introduced a series of activities to have them explore, learn about, and interact with design thinking principles and strategies.


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This article contains multiple how-to maker instructions with photos for challenges for your students, plus you'll find five different graphics: 1) the thing or process; 2) the product; 3) the population; 4) the combination challenge; and  the 5) roll-a-challenge!

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Inauguration Tips for Active Viewing & Doing

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Innovative educators know that when Inauguration day comes you don’t want your students passively watching. Regardless of your political views, active, engaged, focused viewing is the key.


Here are a few ideas to ensure your students are engaged and their minds are stimulated with active viewing activities.


Whenever watching video, frame, focus, and follow up are the basics recommended by the EDC’s Center for Children and Tech for viewing digital media in the classroom.


Here are some ideas for each of these essential parts of viewing.
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