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15 Apps for the One iPad Classroom - Hannah Hudson | We are Teachers Blog

15 Apps for the One iPad Classroom - Hannah Hudson | We are Teachers Blog | smartphone et apprentissage | Scoop.it

"Hooray! You have a brand new, shiny iPad to use in your classroom this year. 

Boo—there's only one iPad and 35 eager kids ready to use it. 

No need to worry—there are lots of amazing things you can do with a single iPad in your classroom, and it doesn't have to be a classroom management nightmare either.

Here are 15 of our favorite apps that work great with a one iPad setup AND help to keep kids on task and engaged with what you are learning."


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Viljenka Savli (http://www2.arnes.si/~sopvsavl/)'s curator insight, June 27, 2013 5:01 PM

Comforting ideas when there is a lack of devices :) in the classroom. Let's not give up :)

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How Much Freedom to Give Kids With School-Issued iPads?

How Much Freedom to Give Kids With School-Issued iPads? | smartphone et apprentissage | Scoop.it
As more school districts roll out tablet computers to students, they're debating how much to restrict access to certain websites and games. Some districts shut down wide parts of the Internet, but others are trying to take a more nuanced approach.

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10 reasons to use games in language teaching | Teach them English

10 reasons to use games in language teaching | Teach them English | smartphone et apprentissage | Scoop.it
While I would never suggest turning all of your classes into one long ‘gamesfest’, I will always argue that a good game can be not only justified, but should be regarded as an important part of your teaching repertoire.

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Maybeth De La Torre's curator insight, April 3, 7:40 AM
The importance of use the differences techniques when you are teaching a second language, the games is a good one so the student don’t get bored at the class a learn playing. Very easy way for students!
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AppEducation | Twitter is a Teacher Superpower!

AppEducation | Twitter is a Teacher Superpower! | smartphone et apprentissage | Scoop.it

"While I can come up with pretty new and innovative ideas while planning inside my classroom, I can gain so much more from sharing my ideas, collecting ideas on Twitter (known jokingly as #ideabandits), and connecting with other educators to collaborate about even more inspiring ideas. This movement of becoming a connected educator is known as creating a Professional (or Personal) Learning Network, known as a PLN. I wholeheartedly believe that joining fellow educators on Twitter will impact you and your classroom more than you think. Just try it. What do you have to lose?"


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How Digital Learning Is Becoming The Fourth Literacy - Edudemic

How Digital Learning Is Becoming The Fourth Literacy - Edudemic | smartphone et apprentissage | Scoop.it
Reading. Writing. Math. Those are the big ones, right? Up until recently, a lot of people would have probably said that was correct. But since it is 2013 and so much of our lives happen online, digital literacy is being added to the list.

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Code.org will teach you how to teach kids to code | VentureBeat

Code.org will teach you how to teach kids to code | VentureBeat | smartphone et apprentissage | Scoop.it
Today, we're delighted to announce that co-founders Hadi and Ali Partovi will be coming to DevBeat to talk about teaching kids about code. DevBeat (ahem, get your tickets now) is our first-ever developer conference.
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