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Mobile Technology 2011

A short animated video presenting statistics and future predictions about mobile technology.

Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge, Ilona Buchem, Steve Wheeler
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iPad Multimedia Tools

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Creative APP - titude: This site contains a collection of iPad multimedia apps for creativity and examples of student multimedia projects using the iPad. Added to address the creating level of Bloom's


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App for That for Blooms

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Collection of user-submitted Web 2.0 and tablet application reviews...

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Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, December 23, 2012 12:53 PM

A gaggle of apps, sorted by Bloom's revised taxonomy for solid lesson design! Remember:  Purpose first; APP second! : )

Barbara Monica Pérez Moo's curator insight, March 4, 2013 12:20 AM

A considerarse!

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Essential rules for effectively using iPads in middle school classrooms | iSource

Essential rules for effectively using iPads in middle school classrooms | iSource | Moving to the Mobile Device | Scoop.it

"In the two years of being a principal of a school that has been using iPads on a 1:1 device to student ratio, I have learned a lot about classroom rules that are needed to ensure that the iPads are an effective learning tool rather than a learning distraction.

 

If managed properly, iPads offer amazing benefits to learning and are almost limitless classroom tools.  However, if not properly managed, iPads can also be a detriment to classroom learning and be a major distraction for students.

 

During my time using the iPads in the classrom, I have found the following 11 rules to be essential for keeping the iPads as a learning tool and not a learning distraction."


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IncitED's curator insight, April 8, 2013 10:39 AM

iPads add value to middle school classes.

Lin Knappett's comment, April 8, 2013 1:04 PM
Excellent tips for all teachers. Thanks so much!
Cavett Binion's curator insight, April 8, 2013 5:03 PM

Educators, iPads, and Middle School Classrooms: Herding Digital Cats and Living To Tell About It. If you're using iPads in the classroom, this may be a helpful read.

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iPads over PCs for this District!

iPads over PCs for this District! | Moving to the Mobile Device | Scoop.it
Changing the Classroom: One in an occasional series on teaching in Pittsburgh Public Schools

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Nearly Half of Surveyed U.S. Teens Using iPhones, Over One-Third ...

Nearly Half of Surveyed U.S. Teens Using iPhones, Over One-Third ... | Moving to the Mobile Device | Scoop.it
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster today released the results of his semi-annual survey of U.S. teenagers, finding that iPhone and iPad usage remains...
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Curating Digital Magazines with Flipboard 2.0: More Noise or True Resources?

Flipboard founder Mike McCue gives you an inside look behind 2.0.

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Robin Good's curator insight, April 1, 2013 3:07 PM



If you haven't tried it yet, here is a cool video with Mike McCue from Flipboard, where he showcases all of the new features that make Flipboard 2.0 such a cool new publishing tool.


I think anyone who doesn't have an iPad should check this video clip out as to get a basic idea of what FlipBoard now does, when it comes to curation and publishing, and HOW it does it.


From my own viewpoint I can't disagree with the fact that there is no easier way today to create and put together a good looking curated magazine. At least if you have an iPhone or iPad.


If you listen closely to the things that Mike McCue says, the focus is clearly on creating a cool-looking magazine in the easiest and fastest possible way.


This is the critical point.


The fad to put together cool looking magazines may not last very long, as we have already seen that the quality of curated publications that require little or no effort to be put together is generally very shallow.


Curation requires time, attention to details and no desire to do things in the least possible time. It's like collecting stamps while driving. Something is not right.


So the question is open: is FlipBoard going to generate a tsunami of cool-looking image-based "noise", or after the initial rush, these newly mint curated magazines could actually become valuable resources and "points of reference" in their respective industries or interest niches?

What do you expect? What do you see?


Original video: http://youtu.be/I9dv5QVs2_c






Jeff Domansky's comment, April 1, 2013 6:14 PM
Thanks for this post Robin. Sadly, curation without purpose is just noise. It's not the tool, it's the talent.
Robin Good's comment, April 2, 2013 2:10 AM
Can't disagree with that.
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Apps For 4th -

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Digital Storytelling Apps


Via Naomi Harm, Timo Ilomäki, GSeremetakis, Farshad Iqbal, Julie Delello
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Google Chrome for iOS Updated with Fullscreen iPhone Browsing, AirPrint Support, and More | MacTrast

Google Chrome for iOS Updated with Fullscreen iPhone Browsing, AirPrint Support, and More | MacTrast | Moving to the Mobile Device | Scoop.it
Google has released a nice update for its Chrome browser for iOS today, adding a new full-screen browsing mode for iPhone and iPod touch, support for printing using Apple's AirPrint or Google Cloud Print, the ability to save an entire webpage as a...

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10 Ways To Use Offline iPads In Education - Edudemic

10 Ways To Use Offline iPads In Education - Edudemic | Moving to the Mobile Device | Scoop.it
So the power is out or you're on a field trip. Here are some handy tips for using offline iPads in education and in elsewhere.

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Day Dream Alarm iPhone App: Review - Wake up Being Inspired

Day Dream Alarm iPhone App: Review - Wake up Being Inspired | Moving to the Mobile Device | Scoop.it
DayDream alarm app for the iPhone just got released on the App Store. Here's our review of the new app on the dock: (App Review: DayDream Alarm - wake up to inspiring quotes and a pleasant music on your iPhone!

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Why iPads Aren't The Answer (But Still Important) - Edudemic

Why iPads Aren't The Answer (But Still Important) - Edudemic | Moving to the Mobile Device | Scoop.it
There is only so much an iPad can do. This video proves that. So iPads aren't the answer, but they are still an important part of education. Here's why.

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jonine's curator insight, April 10, 2013 8:46 AM

With all the hype around iPads lately, this is a good reminder.

Ralph Springett's curator insight, April 10, 2013 5:06 PM

An iPad is a tablet. A good one. But compromised at times by its exclusivity.

Andreas Kuswara's curator insight, April 17, 2013 9:12 PM

perspective about iPad and early childhood, IMHO need to find the balance, iPad should not be the only device, or even a dominant device our children have.

 

so many things to be discovered out there.