According to the U. S. Department of Education, evaluating online learning challenges and strategies for success is a multifaceted issue, as the task involves several stakeholders, such as faculty, ...
What are some of the most popular teacher tools being used this year? You may not know them all ... but hopefully you recognize at least some of them! The post The 10 Most Popular Teacher Tools Being Used This Year appeared first on Edudemic.
"During the first week of school, we have been talking about the rules of the technology lab. After taking an online quiz, students had a chance to use an app called Songify to make a song or rap about some of the rules. It is an easy app to use to review things that you are learning in class. (Note: there is a public posting area that can/should be blocked by the teacher or parent before using. There also are in app purchases that you will need to remind students not to use.)"
"The title of this checklist is "Teacher iPad Proficiency Checklist Page 3 of 3GISD Educational Technology " and is actually hosted on georgetownisd but am not really sure who created it. I have also checked for copyrights but haven't found any. However, this checklist is available for free download from this Link.
I highly recommend it for anyone planning to use iPad with their students in class. I am pretty sure it will exponentially help your educational "ipadding" way better than you ever thought."
"Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano (of the TeachThought favorite langwitches blog) put together this exploratory presentation that takes a look at exactly how the iPad is functioning in classrooms, while also managing to work in ideas from leaders in education to help “frame” the conversation."
We don’t want iPads to just become replacements for notebooks and textbooks, we want them to be objects to think with. We want students using them to mess around with the world around them and their courses of study.
TweetOn World Humanitarian Day last week, a new campaign launched to support humanitarian aid operations that help people in need. The first-of-its-kind project has created a “marketplace for words” using hashtags on Twitter and Facebook.
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