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New Google Drive: Sharing a Folder in 4 Easy Steps

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Sharing folders in Google Drive allows you to easily share multiple files without having to remember the email addresses of everyone in your class or on your team. The advantage to sharing a folder...

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Five Apps to Render your Google Drive Much More...

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Five Apps to Render your Google Drive Much More Powerful ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on Effective Technology Integration into Education curated by Mark E.
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iPad Mini Retina vs. Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4: Which Mini Tablet Should ... - International Business Times AU

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50 Ways to Use Wikis for a More Collaborative and Interactive Classroom | Smart Teaching

The ultimate online resource for current teachers and aspiring educators.
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Wikis are great for collaborative projects

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Apple working on projection technology for iPhone and iPad, with gesture control

Apple working on projection technology for iPhone and iPad, with gesture control | iPads  in the Classroom | Scoop.it
“ The patent covers both clip-on projectors, which would certainly not be an Apple design preference, and built-in versions, which would be integrated within an iPhone or iPad, and would be much more...”
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DoNotTrackMe - Protects Your Privacy By Blocking Online Tracking

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Make your web surfing worry-free from online trackers with DoNotTrackMe. Allows you to keep your info private, while continuing to use the web you know and love.

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Apple working on projection technology for iPhone and iPad, with gesture control

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The patent covers both clip-on projectors, which would certainly not be an Apple design preference, and built-in versions, which would be integrated within an iPhone or iPad, and would be much more...
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A Useful Twitter Advanced Search Sheet for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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More iPad Workflow Scenarios

More iPad Workflow Scenarios | iPads  in the Classroom | Scoop.it

"I brainstormed a few more workflow possibilities with a basic app toolkit.

The Basic App Toolkit contains app that I consider helpful/useful for creating workflows for teachers and students in the learnflow of LEARN–> CREATE–> SHARE"


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cjontra's curator insight, June 15, 2013 12:17 PM

Good and consise.

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Using QR codes in the classroom to increase engagement


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Top 200 Special Education Apps

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"Educational apps are everywhere yet it is hard to find the appropriate ones for classroom inclusion. This exactly why we have created iPad Resources section in this blog, just to help you find your way through the cloud. We are also adding the booklet below to that section. This is basically a collection of some of the best iPad apps special education. These apps are organized into different categories from Math to Sign Language."


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Siri Anderson's curator insight, January 8, 2014 11:41 AM

Every teacher in a one-to-one program should understand differentiation as a top priority. Tools can make the difference.

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Educación Especial.

Lori Wilk's curator insight, January 10, 2014 11:03 AM

Impressive list of apps  from math to sign language that will help so many people-and even more teachers and students will benefit  as they become aware that these tools exist

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How To Email More Than 5 Photos At Once In iOS 7

How To Email More Than 5 Photos At Once In iOS 7 | iPads  in the Classroom | Scoop.it
If you're an iOS device user with a keen interest in snapping photos to share with friends and family, then the limitations placed upon the native Mail app will definitely have caused you some concern.

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'Iron Chef' parodies: A perfect use of ed tech? | eSchool News | eSchool News

'Iron Chef' parodies: A perfect use of ed tech? | eSchool News | eSchool News | iPads  in the Classroom | Scoop.it
Tom Daccord, director of professional learning organization EdTechTeacher, describes his vision for using tech in the service of learning.

 

Leading Change’ column, January 2014 edition of eSchool News—A few years ago, my high-school-age stepdaughter arrived home from school one afternoon and started watching a video. Nothing too unusual. But Olivia was walking around the kitchen and pulling out cookware from the cupboards. All this while watching the video. “What is going on?” I thought.

Olivia was watching a cooking show created by two students in her advanced Japanese class. She was preparing to cook the meal herself. The assignment was to learn new vocabulary. On other occasions, students might have had to write out vocabulary definitions on a worksheet, or choose a correct definition on a multiple-choice quiz. But today, the teacher had provided an unstructured problem for the students to solve: How would you prove that you really understand this information? No test. No quiz. No worksheet.

Their task was to create a product that communicated a persuasive understanding of the vocabulary. Because much of it involved things found in the kitchen, the students decided to create “Iron Chef” parodies and developed humorous skits using the vocabulary to teach viewers how to cook various meals.

Olivia’s Japanese teacher had served up a challenging assignment for her students that inspired them to engage in real, meaningful work (and to cook a real, tasty meal). One of our fundamental commitments as educators is to prepare students for the world in which they live: to be active citizens, reflective individuals, and productive members of the working world. Yet, the 21st century provides different challenges than the 20th century. Olivia’s teacher was addressing those challenges.

 


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Using QR codes in the classroom to increase engagement


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Phonics Studio – A Great App for Learning to Pronounce Words

Phonics Studio – A Great App for Learning to Pronounce Words | iPads  in the Classroom | Scoop.it
“ Phonics Studio is a free iPad app that has received glowing reviews from speech-language pathologists. The app provides more than 2,500 flashcards that students can use to practice pronouncing more than 200 sounds.”
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iPad Mini Retina delayed till early 2014 - T3

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KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo warned at the time that technical challenges would mean that a Retina enabled iPad Mini would not arrive until September at the earliest.
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How to Fix iTunes When It’s Not Syncing with iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch

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How to Fix iTunes When It’s Not Syncing with iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch (How to Fix iTunes When It's Not Syncing with iPhone, iPad, or iPod ...: iOS is obviously going in the directio...
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17 brilliant paintings my mother made on her iPad - thejournal.ie

17 brilliant paintings my mother made on her iPad - thejournal.ie | iPads  in the Classroom | Scoop.it
17 brilliant paintings my mother made on her iPad
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My partner bought me an iPad for my daily trips and I immediately started using it for drawing, first with Paper 53, with my finger, and then with Art Studio and a stylus.
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I have iPads in the Classroom. Now What?

You might be one of the teachers who is excited about the possibilities or apprehensive and fearful of the seemingly overwhelming task in front of you how to ma

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John Pearce's curator insight, June 16, 2013 2:59 AM

Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano has prepared this great Sldeshare which looks to assist teachers wondering about whether iPads are for them or not. It draws on SAMR as well as some other app categorisation tools as well as some more subject specific ideas. 

Lois Grasso's curator insight, February 2, 2015 7:26 AM

Good examples of how the iPad is improving student learning.

 

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5 Things to Try When your iPad Acts Up

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