n this age of information technology, there are those people that only want to work on a Mac computer and others that feel more comfortable on the Windows server, albeit information is not easily shared between these two servers.
Edutopia blogger Vicki Davis and her high school students are exploring what makes games effective for classroom use. As of this blog, they've come up with six essential elements, but their task is far from complete.
There are a lot of great writing tools on the web. The tools below are free, easy to use, and they do what they say they will do: aMap- Online argument mapping tool for debates and persuasive writing AutoCrit- The AutoCrit Editing Wizard is an instant book editor. With the click of a button it shows you the problems in your manuscript. BibMe- The fully automatic bibliography maker that auto-fills. It's the easiest way to build a works cited page. And it's free. Citation Machine- Citation machine
Teachers really like the ability to display their iPad or their students' iPads on a projector screen. Projecting on a large screen is great for demonstrations, simulations, explanations, and showing examples. There are several ways this can be done in the classroom. Read the post for more information and for a handy chart.
Plastc helps you pay any way and anywhere you want*. With a magnetic stripe and barcode display, your Plastc Card will work in all the places you already frequent. Plus, with NFC and Chip and PIN capabilities a software update away, you'll soon be ready for the future of payments.
Sway is an intelligent app that helps you easily create an interactive web-based canvas of your ideas. Pull your content from a variety of sources with minimal effort and use the built-in layout engine to craft a cohesive look and feel that looks great on any screen.
Teamwork is defined in Webster's New World Dictionary as "a joint action by a group of people, in which each person subordinates his or her individual interests and opinions to the unity and efficiency of the group." This does not mean that the individual is no longer important; however, it does mean that effective and efficient teamwork goes beyond individual accomplishments. The most effective teamwork is produced when all the individuals involved harmonize their contributions and work towards a common goal.