Scannable technology provides opportunities for students to quickly and easily interact with a variety of content. In a differentiated classroom, children should have access to resources and support materials that will push them toward success. This could be a tool to help them make meaning of the content being taught in a lesson, or it could be resources to help them gather background information before starting a new unit of study.
Bitstrips is a popular website and Facebook app that has teens and others making their own cartoons. Using templates they can modify, users can tell stories or jokes online and share them with friends.
Audrey Watters is a technology journalist specializing in education technology news. You can follow her on Twitter at @AudreyWatters.
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Patrizia Tirel's insight:
"with cellphones becoming increasingly ubiquitous, text- messaging tools are less likely than smartphone or even Web apps to exclude some students because they don't have access to the latest technology." Many of my students don't have Home-Pc and iPad ... but they all have a cellphone !
“There is a misconception that the user wants more, more, more. I love the infinite (intelligent) possibilities you have created with less, less, less. I finally have a place to manage my incomplete thoughts.”
'Web oder stirb!' heißt das neue Buch der Tönisvorster Kommunikationsberaterin Kerstin Hoffmann, das im Mai auf den Markt kam. Die Buchautorin will darin deutsche Unternehmen für den digitalen Wandel sensibilisieren.
Patrizia Tirel's insight:
Weltweite digitale Kommunikation nicht nur im Unternehmensbereich ... ein Muss fuer die Schule, sich und Schueler auf die globale Kommunikation vorzubereiten... Estote parati :-)
My students are working on an author study unit in school and I recently taught them how to make QR codes using Delivr. The students are adding the QR codes to their 3D timelines and having the QR codes link to different websites and videos about their author’s life. Here is a link to a …
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