A new podcast from the Techlandia Radio family featuring Scott Bedley @scotteach and Jon Samuelson @jonsamuelson. With almost 40 years of teaching experience between the two of them, they are grumpy old teachers. This episode is a test of converting to a new format: blab.im and a chat with David Beaty @davidwbeaty, a technology director in Denmark, who was watching the show.
A list compiled from the google doc at #edcampcentralne of their Appy Hour. Also curated from the #nebedchat. A great list of apps. This is list #1 of 5. | Splashtop Whiteboard, ShowMe Interactive Whiteboard, Book Writer - eBook, PDF creator, Scribble Press, and Qrafter Pro - QR Code and Barcode Reader and Generator
I normally don't like to create "click bait" blog post titles, but this one seemed to fit. Twenty-five resources can be overwhelming, but there is a good mix of different types of items. There are links to websites with lesson plans, iOS apps, books, videos, and samples of student work to fit your learning style.
Scratch was developed by MIT a little over eight years ago. It uses a visual programming language that is easy to start for stud
A list compiled from the google doc at #edcampcentralne of their Appy Hour. Also curated from the #nebedchat. A great list of apps. | Stellar Speller By WAPX LLC, Shake-a-Phrase: Fun With Words and Sentences By Artgig Studio, Bluster! By McGraw-Hill School Education Group, Whirly Word By Mighty Mighty Good Games, and ScootPad By ScootPad Corporation
Great book selections from Beaverton School District Book Expert/Connoisseur, Jen Blair.
Summer slide is a concern for all parents. It's that time when schedules are off and students can fall in to bad habits. I am living proof of that. I stayed up until 3AM watching tape delayed summer league basketball while snacking on Flamin' Hot Cheetos. The one thing I have been doing this summer is reading....and before you ask, yes, reading books. I read the "interwebs" all the time, but I have fi
Resources shared from #edcamphome. | Minecraft Tutorials - E01 How to Survive your First Night (UPDATED!), Minecraft in education, The Minecraft Teacher, Delver Revisited - First-Person Action Roguelike!, and In This Minecraft Classroom Digital Citizenship 101 Is The Topic Of Play
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